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Football is played between August and May, however, with TV hours and newspaper column inches to fill, it’s that time of when everyone pretends the calendar year holds any sort of significance in this wonderful sport of ours. The podcast is no different, so this week, we present our kind-of year-end show, looking back at our record in 2017, the best of the summer transfer window, and our January transfer targets.

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It’s the time of year when we all forget what day of the week it is and there’s football being played by someone, somewhere for us to enjoy with a mince pie and some mulled wine – which is what you can do whilst listening to this week’s show, of course, as Thursday is the day to remember amongst the madness! But has the festive period been memorable for us over the past few years, and does it look promising this time around? Stu channels his inner Neal Ardley and looks at the stats.

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Joy to the world, the S106 has come, so this week on the show, we receive the good news with open arms. We also invite you the listeners to hold your arms open wide for the return of Stu, who is in fine form this week as we also discuss the Tottenham ticket situation, the Bury frozen pitch fiasco, the pick of the week’s action in League One, and, erm, yeah, I guess Alexa Bliss is in there somewhere. It’s a safe bet.

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Having been unable to resist the allure of yet another viewing of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, Stu was unable to join the show this week. Not to worry: Mark Hendrikx is, obviously, a more than interesting replacement, to be fair. We’re just having a general chat about all things Wimbledon this week, from our fine FA Cup win over Charlton to our lucrative Third Round draw and the ongoing new stadium situation. There’s so much to discuss that we barely get a chance to talk about Alexa Bliss this week – a real shame.

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There’s nothing we can add to the title of the show this week. Ex-Dons manager Dave Anderson spoke to us about some of his time at the club, and he has a number of great stories to tell. From Joe Sheerin to James Shea, Simon Bassey to Steve Butler, we could’ve talked for hours to be honest. In the end, we’ve somehow managed to squeeze this week into just under an hour and a half. We know it’s long, but indulge us for one week.

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