Here's what the lads had to say for themselves at the beginning of 2011:
Made Some Mistakes, Had My Share Of The Breaks
After Micky Adams leaves Port Vale for home town team Sheffield United, Nobes looks at the pull of your roots.
FA Cup: Preston/Forest Histories
Ahead of Preston and Nottingham Forest meeting in the FA Cup Third Round, Nobes reflects on the record of both sides in the competition.
Young, Gifted, Attack
Surprise challengers in the top six of the Championship, Nobes salutes the work of manager Malky Mackay at Watford.
The PNE Factor
The lads take a satirical look at the candidates for the vacant Preston job in the style of a TV talent competition.
Please Stand Up
After Paul Jewell is unveiled as Ipswich's new boss, Nobes considers his chequered managerial career.
Gimme A Break
With Gary Johnson departing as Peterborough United manager, Nobes suggests that sometimes a break from the game is what bosses actually require.
Moving On Up
Dean Holdsworth's elevation from Non League Newport to manage League Two Aldershot has Nobes reflecting on previous managers who've made the same step-up.
Howe To Lose Friends And Alienate People
With Eddie Howe walking out on Bournemoth for Burnley, Nobes suggests that ideals of loyalty in the game are invariably misplaced.
Tigers Tigers Turning Bright
Nobes on the turnaround in fortunes both on and off the pitch at Hull City, and why Tigers fans have cause to be optimistic about 2011.
The Boyos Are Back In Town
Swansea and Cardiff in the Championship, Newport and Wrexham in the Conference, Turls looks at the revival in Welsh club football.
I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down
With Wycombe looking good for bouncing straight back into League One, Nobes considers the ups and downs of being a yo-yo team.