Class of '91 'Centenary' Celebrations

WE'RE BACK! Neil has returned from his travels of excess and can't string a sentence together, so nothing new there then...

This week, we talk about the loss to Bristol City and the rumours and speculation around that - including bizarre goings on with the teamsheet and too many loanees.

Neil tells us a rock and roll story from on tour and his phone just won't shut up. and then there's a parcel delivery that interrupts the whole thing. Professional.

James expertly fills the gap by listening to The Wednesday Week.. which is a bit... odd. They spend their time talking about Feminax. Maybe they've listened to the Owlstalk Podcast too much?

We discuss the anniversary (NOT CENTENARY) of the 1991 League Cup final win, with Neil's memory of the day out.

Are ticket prices too high? An Owlstalker has come up with a comparison this this season's Pay on the Day prices versus last season.

Games this week include 'Players in History and their Lunchtime Mystery,' 'John Harkes' Favourite Parks' and we take a visit to 'Carlton Palmer's Celebrity Embalmers.'

Steve is threatening to not post in his thread for three weeks, so there is a lack of updates... But we look back at some previous questions he has (not) answered.

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