In a special podcast Andrew is joined by David Bevan from The 72 football and John Verral Peterborough fan and writer for In Bed With Maradona.

As the title suggests the topic up for discussion  is the Football League playoffs in the Championship, League One and League Two.

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Huddersfield Town fan Charlie Johnson looks forward to the League One promotion run in…

Lee Clark mentioned the play offs in his post match interview following the hard fought victory over league strugglers Dagenham and Redbridge, this is significant because for the first time it would appear that Huddersfield are planning for the worst as the season reaches its ever nearing conclusion.

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A huge welcome to gibfootballshow for Charlie Johnson. As a long suffering fan of Huddersfield Town he gives us the low down on their chances of promotion this season, and why it’s important they get out of League One ASAP

Until this season Rochdale had spent 36 years in the same division, and my biggest fear as a Huddersfield fan is that we’ll replicate that feat of stagnation and be in League One for an awfully long time.

As a team we rarely flirt with relegation, and usually come within a whisker of promotion, but ultimately we stay in the same division, with every season promising so much, but delivering only increasingly yet expected bitter disappointment.

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I’ve been a busy boy of late.

12 Days of Christmas

As Christmas is nearly upon us it is also time to celebrate the year that has been and past, the wonderful people over at World Football Columns (which includes myself) have been posting articles to celebrate the alternative “12 Days of Christmas”.

http://worldfootballcolumns.com/2010/12/17/wfcs-sixth-day-of-christmas-six-meals-a-making/

A few great posts so far, worth keeping an eye on in the lead up to Christmas.

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Disappointed that it’s took me a week to write this, but hey better late than never, as Alex Ferguson once said. Last Saturday saw my first visit to the Galpharm Stadium to watch the mighty Huddersfield Town. I had already booked plans to attend the match against MK Dons on the Tuesday but the lovely Grant at STV managed to arrange a ticket. So I was off to see Town versus Exeter City. Two games in four days bliss.

In my six year stay in Leeds I have yet to hoist the colours of my chosen team, spent some time with Sheffield United, the fiancés team, then everyone says “Leeds United” yes the ground is walking distance away, but I just can’t support them, not sure why just something inside me screams NO!

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