Hosted by Nick Draper and Stuart Deacons, the 9yrspodcast drops every Friday during the football season, with some variable audio quality and occasional insightful comment.
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38:57As we continue to lose leads, Nick and Stu ask whether injuries and a lack of sub options are the reasons behind our loss of form in 2023. We also look at the online debate about the manager's position and ask whether calls for him to go are fair. Modern football, hamburgers, and Crawley Town dismissals make up the rest of our Stone Cold Steve Austin Day edition. A fun listen so check it out!
EP315: And it's LIVE!
55:00Nick and Stu record the podcast LIVE on Twitter Spaces, inviting contributions from the live audience. We're talking the defeat to Mansfield, Hall of Fame options, Craig Cope's role, and the upcoming trips to Doncaster and Newport - two trips with equally-weighted, but differently shaped, health warnings.
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EP314: One in Ten
37:37Nick and Stu look at where our season sits following one win in ten, and a deluge of injuries. We speak of defending set-pieces, substitutions, and entertainment value, before looking at the visit of Personsfield on Saturday, and playing a Jackson Five that takes us back to a different world (1995, to be precise).
EP313: When I lose my way
44:08Lots of topics to squeeze in this week - and not just our hero and leader, Jay Bothroyd. We have the draw with Hartlepool to discuss, Meet the Manager, Nick's stadium tour, John Motson, and Ivor Heller. We also have a tough Jackson Five to test the grey matter ...
EP312: I was unconscious, half asleep
43:27Nick and Stu return to discuss a varied range of topics this week, in lieu of any goals. We do look at a couple of tactical points from the goalless draws with Carlisle and Northampton, but we also venture to such topics as power surges, PA decibels, referee abuse, Nathan Jones, Woolworths, HMV, and the statistically-interesting 1997-98 season. There's even a mention of Chris's favourite ever Wimbledon player. Can you guess who it is yet? Also, a quick preview of Saturday's game with Hartlepool.
EP311: He said he missed Bliss
38:57A few topics to discuss this week, but chiefly, the defeat at Leyton Orient. An unlucky defeat, but some talking points, including the options we now have within the squad. However, off the pitch, there were a couple of concerns, including tickets, and FA fines. They pale in comparison, mind, to the revelations in this week's edition of On This Side Of It, and a startling reveal in Jackson Five ...
EP309: Echoes of my Mind
38:30No games to talk about, but Nick and Stu spend their time shooting the breeze over new signings, departures, tactics, postponements, Forest Green Rovers, Brentford, the women's game, and the visit of Stockport this weekend. We also have another round of Jackson Five. A fun show as always, with real food for thought in the closing moments. Real food too - not whatever muck they eat at the aforementioned Forest Green ...
EP308: Dirty Cash
44:24A broad range of topics on this week's show. Chris Draper sits in for Stu to discuss the departures of Nathan Young-Coombes and Ayoub Assal (with a look at the comms regarding the latter's recent absence); the ethics of accepting Qatari cash; the 0-0 draw with Bradford; whether some football songs should be retired; the sale of tickets to Leyton Orient away; our new signings; The Apprentice; and the forthcoming trip to Newport. A fun show, so check it out!