The club’s Marketing Controller, Klaudia Wieczorek, talks to us about her role at AFC Wimbledon, and the insanity of the past few months. She’s also got some controversial views on tea. Not quite as bad as James Shea, mind. Alongside that, we discuss the somewhat incredible 4-4 draw with Plymouth, and look ahead to the trip to Fleetwood. We also chat Michael Hughes, Darragh MacAnthony, Match of the Day, and Ryan Sweeney.

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The league season is underway and we have a creditable 2-2 draw at Northampton to discuss first up. However, we are mindful that we have football to enjoy, as fans of other clubs have a myriad of other concerns to focus on at present. We chat Macclesfield, and a number of other clubs facing troubled times as the reality of the COVID lockdown starts to bite – test crowds or not.

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No entry for fans as the season kicks off, but we can look ahead to the season anyway. We’re polishing off our crystal balls to run through how we think League One is shaping up this year, with a few surprises in amongst our picks for promotion and relegation. Either side of that, we review the League Cup defeat at Oxford, and have another round of Whose Nine Is It Anyway – yet to feature the number nine, naturally.

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Glyn returns to the podcast to discuss preparations for the new season, including how the squad is shaping up, how he wants to make Loftus Road a home away from home, and how he views the remaining days of the transfer window. He also talks about the buzz around the club at the moment as we head back to Plough Lane in a resplendent new kit. We have all the usual gumpf either side, and discuss some legendary names in our new game. See below for a timeline of the show.

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The podcast is back for a new season, and we start by speaking to Geoff Norcott: comedian, podcaster, and, most importantly, Wimbledon fan, about his memories of Plough Lane, returning home, and the joys of being a football supporter. There’s a little bit of politics in there too, although we promise not to make a habit of it. We also have a brand new game, and we run a quick eye over our summer signings. See below for a timeline of the show.

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We conclude our recap of Kingsmeadow seasons this week. Nick, Stu, and George revisit 2012-13, during which Neal Ardley replaced Terry Brown and managed us to League Two safety, before Scott Wagstaff and Joe Pigott join the show to look back on our 2018-19 great escape, evaluate the 2019-20 campaign, and consider options as to how the season should conclude.

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