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Monday, May 31, 2010

Talking Points: May

Here's what the lads have been talking about in the final month of the season.

Survival Sunday
Turls and Nobes look ahead to the crucial Sheffield Wednesday and Crystal Palace relegation decider - and Lakes covers it live.

Championship: Final Day
Looking ahead to the climax to the Championship season as relegation and play-off issues wait to be decided.

The Soccer AM/MW Vote
The lads campaign for their adopted division to be named the best in the Football League.

Wise to leave Owls
Nobes on why it might be best for Alan Irvine to leave relegated Sheffield Wednesday.

League Two: Final Day
Previewing the crucial top seven and relegation battles taking place on the final weekend of the League Two campaign.

Ever Changing Moods
With Coventry sacking boss Chris Coleman - their eighth boss in nine years - Nobes looks at other clubs who are also always in the mood for a change of boss.

League One: Final Day
Issues at both ends of the table still have to be resolved - Turls looks ahead to the final day in League One.

Play Offs
The previews, analysis, discussion, and reviews of everything regarding the Football League and Conference Premier play offs.

Can't Buy The Foootball League's Love
As the Premier and Football Leagues debate over a new financial deal, Turls reports on the dangers to the lower leagues from the new plans.

A Penney For Their Thoughts
Oldham's sacking of boss Dave Penney leads Nobes to question the difficulty of football management.

Shrimps hope for fond farewell
As Morecambe gear up for their final match at Christie Park, Nobes looks at how other clubs have said goodbye to their grounds.

Long Ball Managers: A Short Story
Nobes explains why long-ball managers, like new Coventry boss Aidy Boothroyd, face a tricky task winning over fans.

Brief Encounter
Nobes on the breakdown of trust between League Two winners Notts County and their departing manager Steve Cotterill.

Quote unquote
We take a comical back at some of the things the lads have said during the season. The times they've called it right - and badly wrong.

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