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Saturday, August 01, 2009

Talking Points - 2009/10

The lads always like to vent their spleen, even if sometimes, nobody wants to hear what they have to say. See what they've got off their chest during the 2009/10 season.


Turls talks incompetent officiating, Lakes reviews Norwich's disastrous start to the season, and Nobes reflects on Barnsley's managerial change. Also, is it ever about how your team performs?


Nobes reports on financial strife at Accrington Stanley, discussing the managerial sack race in the Football League, and Turls and Lakes talk Billy Davies.


Crewe's problem of finding a long-term manager is examined by Nobes, the latest goings-on at Notts County are reviewed by Turls, and the lads' quest to compose the Ideal Championship division.


Russell Slade's departure as Brighton boss as discussed by Nobes, opinions on football's sugar daddies, and as the FA Cup kicks off the lads talk about their memories of the competition.


Lakes and Turls preview Forest versus Preston, Nobes rants as four Championship managers get the axe, and a veritable smorgasbord of Christmas delights.


Turls on the threat to Kettering's future, Lakes on why a change of manager at Preston might herald the start of a bright future, Nobes on QPR's managerial revolving door, and hard and soft spots.


Nobes on the contrasting managerial policies at Peterborough and Bradford, Turls discusses the end of the Notts County dream, Lakes talks clubs who stagnate, and debating parachute payments.


Lakes looks at the demise of football in King's Lynn, Turls on the footballing renaissance taking place in the East Midlands, Nobes plays a game of Neil or No Neil, and JPT Week.


Nobes looks at teams whose form has collapsed, Lakes and Turls stage their own version of the Boat Race, plus silent stars, late managerial changes, and mid-table mediocrity.


The Championship's relegation decider, Nobes looks at clubs with high managerial turnover, Turls on money in the Football League, and the great Soccer AM/MW vote.


The Football League at the World Cup, the lads hand out their end of season awards, and Nobes looks at some of the new managerial appointments.

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