The comments are also really interesting and informative, and I inadvertently upset Dagenham fans, which, reading back, is fairly obvious why.
Posts Tagged 'AFC Wimbledon'
Tags: AFC Wimbledon, franchise and football, Franchise FC, MK Dons, MLS
Tags: AFC Wimbledon, football podcasts, pies, pies at football, podcasts, twofootedtackle
The podcasts are coming thick and fast and despite me breaking the pod record for saying the word interesting, the twofootedtackle pod number five with Ollie Irish from Big Soccer and Who Ate All The Pies is sounding good.
Speaking of pies, the big debate on the pod this week was which football ground serves the best pie. Ollie says Plymouth (surely they just serve pasties there), Chris says Villa and I say Kidderminster (which Thom agrees with). I’ve never been to Wigan though.
You can join in the pie debate by becoming a fan of the podcast on Facebook.
And, while I’m at it, this week’s Soccerlens piece is on the rise of AFC Wimbledon. Sadly not accompanied by the fall of Franchise FC.
Tags: AFC Wimbledon, Carlos Tevez, Charlton Athletic, football, football podcast, Manchester United, MLS, podcasting, podcasts, Premier League, Scarborough Athletic, twofootedtackle
The first twofootedtackle podcast went live today, and a lot of the week has been spent preparing for it. Now that we’ve got the first one out of the way, it should get easier (I’m already working, mentally, two weeks in advance on them).
On this week’s pod, my partner in crime Chris Nee and I, along with my old friend, colleague and sports journalist John Stanton, discuss… *deep breath*
The Carlos Tevez saga, Champions League, MLS, the Premier League title race, England internationals, AFC Wimbledon, Tooting and Mitcham, the fall of Charlton Athletic, and our favourite football blog posts.
That’s quite a bunch.
In all honesty, we could have probably gone on for another hour, but I think we’ve got it just about right. John was an excellent first guest and hopefully he’ll be back on the pod at some point. I cannot wait for next week’s recording.
And I’ve still found time to squeeze out a Soccerlens piece on Scarborough Athletic. They were formed from the ashes of Scarborough FC and they’ve just won their first promotion. Go Scarborough.
I also have stuff I want to write on here. This has been somewhat disrupted by only getting a bit over three hours sleep last night due to an accident with my contact lens and my eyeball that required a trip to A&E. Fun times.
Tags: AFC Wimbledon, Blue Square South, Chelmsford City, Corinthian-Casuals, Jeff King, Soccerlens, Wembley
A couple of pieces over at Soccerlens. Firstly, a trip to Wembley to see the 125-year-old Corinthian-Casuals (or strictly Corinthians before they merged with the Casuals) take on young upstarts AFC Wimbledon at Wembley in a match featuring surprisingly little hoofball and plenty of impressive goals.
Second up, why Chelmsford City (who’ve just been promoted to the Blue Square South) should be careful what they wish for.