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Talking Points

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 2010/11 season.

You can also read what they had to say during the 2009/10 campaign. 

Nobes looks at where all the player-managers have gone, Turls on a surprising managerial move in the Championship, and the lads discuss pre-season friendlies and the beauty of match day programmes.

Pre-season predictions courtesy of Enron Turlman, the importance of motivation, Torquay's unbreachable defence, and Nobes on delusions of grandeur.

Nobes on some of the worst managerial sackings, Turls analyses Sheffield Wednesday's bouncebackability, looking at Fleetwood's dreams, and why managers fail to win around fans.

Leicester's high managerial turnover is criticised by Nobes, a look at defending in the Football League from Turls, old-fashioned tactics, and the teams who flopped.

Nobes looks at why stability is reviving fortunes in Wales, Lakes on Brighton's renaissance, the importance of your home stadium, and do purist managers still have a place in the game?

Lakes on Preston's struggles, Nobes looks at the idea of the play off hangover, Turls considers the latest mess at Notts County, plus long-awaited good times at Coventry.

Nobes observes why managers just can't turn down their home town club, looking back at Preston and Forest's FA Cup history, and saluting Watford's surprise success.

The race for the Conference title is analysed by Nobes, whether it's wise to win back-to-back promotions, Turls rants on Gary Megson, and the perils of inactivity.

The continued failings of Bradford, Nobes looks at new managers struggling to turn the tide in the Championship, playing legends turned managers, and Stevenage's solid debut.

Nobes looks at Barnet's last gasp act to save their Football League status, how clubs perform in new grounds, and destiny's part in the beautiful game.

Looking ahead to the final day of fixtures with Nobes, and looking back on the Prediction League.

Nobes analyses the return of English football of Steve McClaren, controversial choices of managers at West Ham and Sheffield United, and Barnsley's prospects.