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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Editorial 2

It's been another hectic month here at Soccer AM/MW.

Yet again, we've produced our usual smorgasbord (that's my new favourite word) of lower league football related content. Particular highlights for me were putting the current Forest and former Preston manager Billy Davies in the spotlight.

Also, our experiment in seeing how far a transfer rumour could go was a piece of genius from Lakes. It's good to see three years of work and thousands of pounds worth of debt on a journalism degree have finally come to good use.

In slightly less good news, things have begun to stall on the prediction league, with all of the lads' fortunes taking a turn for the worse.

Judging by discussion in the Soccer AM/MW office (not a real one) it's almost become the competition that everybody wants to, but nobody thinks they will, win. Somehow I'm still leading, but I don't expect that to continue. See what I mean?

We'll all be fighting fit for the coming month's fixtures though, especially after, I regret to report, Dr Lakes, ironically, came down with a bout of the old swine flu this month.

Thankfully, he made a full recovery and will be back monitoring the fortunes of clubs in the near future. We'll also have the latest from dodgy agent Harry Small, who has a new client to ruin the career of.

Also coming up in October we have the Soccer AM/MW quest for the ideal Championship. Usually people like to discuss who the biggest 20 teams are in the country, well we're going to construct the division below, including the next biggest 24.

Something else we're looking at is creating an email service that you can subscribe to, allowing us to let you know about all the great and not-so-great content that we've been sticking up on here. We'll keep you posted on that.

As ever, if you want to get in touch with us, whether it's to say how great the site is (send those in especially), how I shouldn't be giving Lincoln such a hard time (not going to happen), or how accurate my Big Match predictions have suddenly become (had to slip that fact in) then drop us an email.

The address to send anything to, including if you wish to take part in our Fan Files is: soccerammw@gmail.com. And despite the first two, you don't have to be called John to take part!

Thanks for reading and have a good October.


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