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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Talking Points - February

Here's what the lads have had to say for themselves during the month of February 2010:

Quick off the Mark
With Peterborough sacking boss Mark Cooper after less than three months in the job, Nobes explains why the future can still be bright for Posh.

Championship Focus
As the business end of the season approaches, the lads take their first look at the state of play across the divisions- starting with the Championship.

Bantams' wait a shining example
Nobes on why Stuart McCall's reign and resignation as Bradford boss is an example to all other clubs and managers.

Wilder the Don for Oxford
Oxford are top of the Conference Premier and on course for a return to the Football League. Nobes reflects upon the Oxen's revival.

League One Focus
Turning the spotlight on the events happening in League One. Who's gunning for promotion? Which sides are fighting for a play-off spot, and who are battling against the drop?

League Two Focus
Who's leading the way for promotion from the basement division and whose Football League status is on the line? All the drama from League Two.

Conference Focus
Checking in with the Blue Square Premier to see what's happening in the race for the Football League and who's in trouble towards the bottom?

Conference North/South Focus
Who's in the race for a place in the Conference Premier, and who's struggling to avoid the drop? All the latest from both the Conference North and South.

Notts dream never rang Trew
Sven's gone, the money's gone, the dream's gone - Turls on the possible beginning of the nightmare for Notts County.

Parachute Payments
With the top two in the Championship relegated from the top flight last season, the lads discuss the controversial topic of parachute payements.

Against All Odds
Nobes on how League Two's overachievers are giving hope to smaller teams at all levels of the game.

The Stagnation Game
Lakes on supporting a side who stay in the same division for an extended period - and the effects it can have.

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