Hello Soccer AM/MWers!
It's been an incredibly busy month here and, in my humble opinion, it's been one of our best in terms of the quality of content. I know, here I go again with the conceit.
It's our aim to offer a wide range of football discussion and debate. That's why we're committed to doing things a little differently.
That means, although there's room for more considered reflections and composed rants, we also like to try other ways of conveying information.
I like to think that's reflected in some of our recent features including our topical take on the fortunes of Oxford and Cambridge, and a novel way of dealing with Leeds's recent slump.
It's what, along with being football's most self-referential blog, sets us apart from the rest.
In other news, I'm pleased to announce that Soccer AM/MW has now embraced a certain thing called 'Twitter.' Now, I've no idea how this particular thing works, but Lakes tells me it'll mean a lot more people reading these ramblings.
So, if you're into your micro-blogging then firstly, you have my sympathy, and secondly please 'follow us' on there.
There's plenty of reasons to, too. Including keeping tabs on the increasingly exciting climax to our Prediction League.
My recent form has taken me clear at the top with just a few weeks remaining. I dare say there are more twists to come though.
Coming up this month we'll be stepping up our focus of the important issues in the divisions - including a close look at the run-ins.
Also, with a General Election in the offing - we'll be having our own poll here at Soccer AM/MW. Look out for that, because we'll need someone to actually cast a vote other than the three of us.
As ever, don't hesitate to get in touch with us and have your say. The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org and is the point of contact if you'd like to be involved in our Fan Files.
It's also a way of expressing any thoughts you have on the blog. It's been really nice to receive some good feedback on what we've being lately - if only because it gives our own hands a rest from giving ourselves a pat on the back.