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Another defeat – a seventh in nine!! – means it’s another depressing week in the world of AFC Wimbledon. We saw it coming to be fair, but the Plymouth loss certainly seems to have been the straw that broke the camel’s back for many fans. With lots of angst on display at Home Park, and on social media, we thought the best thing was to hand the show over to your questions and comments. See, a fans’ club means a fans’ podcast means listening to the fans.

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It’s getting harder and harder to do this bit. Poor performances mixed in with defeats, no excitement or entertainment, and no atmosphere at Kingsmeadow. Aside from that, we are all very happy. But yeah, it does drag having to talk so negatively about our club seemingly every single week. And it does feel it is every single week – rare highlight of three points aside.

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Another defeat – a fifth in the last six games – has the natives restless, and it hasn’t taken long for the so-called “Ardley Out Brigade” to find its voice. Is that fair? We examine what we, as a fanbase, want or expect from the side. Should we not adjust expectations according to the quality of our squad, and just be happy with a more entertaining approach to games? Or is everything down to results at the end of the day?

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“The same players making the same mistakes.” That was Neal Ardley’s verdict after our 3-2 home defeat to Scunthorpe, which left the perennially defeated Kingsmeadow faithful dazed and confused; lost and bewildered. Who was Neal talking about, and is it just their fault that we crumbled after conceding first AGAIN, failed to win at home AGAIN, and failed to score a first-half goal AGAIN?

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He’s most definitely the man of the moment for AFC Wimbledon, so it only seems fair that we take some time to praise the virtues of Joe Pigott – goalscorer extraordinaire. The boy is scoring goals with ease, and we are very, very thankful, as without him, our season could be looking dire. The winner against Gillingham was cooly taken and earned us a merited three points for the first time since opening day, so it’s time to be happy on the show.

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