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Friday, December 31, 2010

Talking Points - December 2010

There's always plenty to talk about in the Football and Non Leagues, here's what the lads discussed in December:

Separate Ways
Using the fortunes of League One Charlton and Swindon, Nobes considers why some clubs have a play off hangover and others don't.

You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
After appointing their fifth different manager in just over a year, Turls suggests instability is at the root of struggling Notts County's problems.

Return Of The Mick
With Mick Wadsworth confirmed as Hartlepool's permanent boss, Nobes looks at other managers who returned to the game after a prolonged absence.

Cup Half Empty
In the League Cup semi finals, but struggling for form in the Championship, Nobes analyses the state of play at Ipswich.

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
Is playing at a higher level always the best case scenario for a club? Using the example of League One strugglers Leyton Orient, Nobes investigates.

The Fixed Period
With Paul Trollope's five-year reign as Bristol Rovers coming to a close, Nobes wonders whether managers can have a shelf life at clubs.

It Ain't What You Do...
Riding high in the Championship, Nobes turns the spotlight on the methods of Coventry boss Aidy Boothroyd.

Predicted Tables: Half Way Review
How are the predicted league tables which the lads made back in August looking at the half way mark of the season?

Darren Fergus-off
After Darren Ferguson's sacking as Preston North End boss, Lakes reflects on his disastrous year in charge at Deepdale.

Future of Football
Over Christmas, the lads look at ways in which they believe the game should be changed for the better - both on and off the pitch.

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