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EP95: Memories of Sandhurst
August 16, 2017 07:40 AM PDT
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We mark the 15th anniversary of our first-ever competitive game as AFC Wimbledon by describing some of our memories of our landmark 2-1 win at Sandhurst Town.

EP94: Andy Sullivan
August 09, 2017 06:03 PM PDT
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We review the opening games of the season before speaking to AFC Wimbledon 'original' -
and true gentleman - Andy Sullivan about his CCL memories.

EP93: The 2017-18 Season Preview show
August 02, 2017 07:19 PM PDT
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We comment on every League One team ahead of the new campaign, and make our forecasts for the season ahead.

EP92: Jake Reeves
July 26, 2017 05:19 PM PDT
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Jake Reeves discusses Wimbledon's summer transfer dealings, winning at Wembley, and club Christmas parties.

EP91: James Shea
July 19, 2017 04:18 PM PDT
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After leaving the club at the end of last season, James Shea discusses his Wimbledon career, including his battles to regain his confidence, and his first-team place.

9YRS - EP90 - The 2016-17 Season Review show
May 10, 2017 08:03 PM PDT

It's a bumper edition of the podcast this week, because it's the final edition of the podcast ... for this season, at least. Yes, after months of highs, lows, drama, tension, and joy, the curtain has been drawn on the 2016-17 campaign, and it's time to sit back and reflect on everything that we've had the pleasure, albeit sometimes dubious, to witness.

Nick and Stu are looking back at the main talking points of the season, picking out our best and worst moments, from kits to keepers and signings to, erm, Sutton. We also have a glance around League One, looking at the best managers and travelling fans, as well as looking at which teams have over and under-achieved. With the help of Mark Hendrikx, we remember the best goals we have seen this campaign, be it for or against us, whilst George Jones helps pick the bones out of our away days. We also look back at the podcast team's pre-season predictions, to determine how wrong a group of football fans can possibly be. Herbie Knott also joins us to talk more about his charity bike ride.

But of course, alongside all our treasured memories, life goes on, and Top 7 lists and Poleon Go continue - for one more show, at least - to feature. There's also a Two Word Tango to bring the season to a fitting close. So, as we ride off into the sunset, we hope you enjoy our final offering of the season - although we totally understand if you want to, you know, break this into a few listens ... because you want to savour listening to Nick and Stu, of course, and not because an hour-and-a-half of us might be considered a worse fate than having a season ticket at Vicarage Road. Viva Alexa Bliss!

9YRS - EP89 - Thank you, and Goodbye
May 03, 2017 04:27 PM PDT

Don't worry listeners! The title of this week's show is not Nick and Stu riding off into the sunset - we've still got another week yet - but is in fact a reference to the members of the AFC Wimbledon squad that are departing Kingsmeadow. We have seven definites, two probables, and five possibles, so we've decided to look at each and every one of them, discussing whether the time is right for them to move on, and how well they've done for us in their time at the club.

We also look back at the Oldham game, and look forward to the final throes of the season. Who will win the League One play-offs, and who is coming down from the Championship? There's also our somewhat-less serious topics of conversation, including Game Boys, meat-based football teams, Poleon Go, Two Word Tango, and a lot of the goddess of professional wrestling, Alexa Bliss. Who is awesome. There's also bonus microphone issues for you this week, because we love you so much.

We also take time to speak to Herbie Knott, a Wimbledon fan of over 30 years, who is undertaking a London to Amsterdam cycle ride this summer, in aid of Prostate Cancer. Herbie is taking six other Dons fans with him, so we implore you to listen to his story, and perhaps throw a few quid his way.

9YRS - EP88 - Player of the Year?
April 26, 2017 11:25 PM PDT

We're rapidly winding down the season, and is to prove the point, Stu couldn't be bothered to turn up this week. Well, that's not strictly true … he was injured and failed a late fitness test. In his absence, Chris Draper and Paul Raymond pick up the baton - and there's a few different things to talk about, most notably our choices for Player and Young Player of the Year. Who are the candidates, and who is most likely to win? We discuss our thoughts.

Chris also joins Nick to have a quick chat about Kingstonian, and the future of the club as it heads to a ground-share at Leatherhead. We discuss the history of the stadium, and where things have gone wrong for our neighbours. We also think about what's happening at Leyton Orient, and how that situation has been allowed to reach such a sad low.

There's the defeat at Bradford to talk about, a look at what's left to be decided in League One on Sunday, Top 7 lists, Two Word Tango, and the BEST EVER EDITION OF POLEON GO. It's a must listen. This week's show was also a first, as Nick recorded a good chunk of the show underwater … or at least it sounds that way. Enjoy!

9YRS - EP87 - Volunteers Day
April 19, 2017 10:42 PM PDT

The away game at Swindon on Good Friday was this season's designated 'Volunteers Away Day', in which those that selflessly give up their time to carry out vital jobs at the club are given a proper thank you, with free tickets, travel, and food provided. Chris Draper spoke to some of those volunteers about what they do and why, and we broadcast their thoughts this week, from Rob Cornell of WDON fame, to Traci 'Turnstile' Sleet, and the man behind the whole event, Iain McNay.

Either side of that, Nick and Stu discuss all the usual. With our current goalless run, we investigate where our goals have come from, why they have dried up, why we haven't scored enough from midfield, and what we might have to do next season to fix it. We also discuss why we continue to demonstrate reticence in giving some players significant match time - but on the flip side, we do highlight the performances of youngsters Joe McDonnell and Toby Sibbick.

There's also a few issues to be decided in League One, and we look ahead to what might happen at the top and bottom of the division. We also glance at next season, thinking about who's coming down from the Championship, and the strength of the teams coming up from League Two. We also have - as always - top 7 lists, Two Word Tango, and Poleon Go ... including which part of Manchester Stu believes Sheffield United come from.

9YRS - EP86 - Top 50 EFL Players
April 12, 2017 03:09 PM PDT

FourFourTwo magazine this month listed its Top 50 Football League players. There were some, shall we say, interesting choices, so Nick and Stu thought it was worth having a look through, and highlighting the key names, with a League One and ex-Wimbledon focus. It may come as no surprise that the top 10 all ply their trade in the Championship - and number 11 will be too, next season - but the names of three ex-Dons might be a bone of contention for some.

The defeat to Bristol Rovers also raised a lot of questions this week. Are we on the beach already, or should some players be showing more desire as they look to earn themselves a deal for next season? Are our younger players getting enough of a chance to impress? And are Neal Ardley's tactics and formations getting the best out of our squad? We also look ahead to the forthcoming Easter weekend, and wonder what we can realistically expect from the final few games of the campaign.

There's a couple of top 7 lists, a tricky Poleon Go, and a yellow-themed Two Word Tango as well ... plus Stu once again discusses the merits of downloads over printed copies. It gives a quite fascinating insight into his mind, although Nick's innuendo-meter must have exploded this week, so he can not really say too much. There is a good deal of wrestling in this week's show though, so don't worry, grapple-fans.

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