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#165: Rope a Dope!

Season 6, Ep. 37

Yes yes, we know everyone's excited for the potential trio of Eastleigh (a), Wrexham (H) and possibly Man Utd (H) - but before that, we've got an important trip to Doncaster which needs our attention.

Who else would we send to this one but Ian Street? On his travels, he chats with Ollie, Stu, Fraser and even the Usually-Unlucky Amber Arnie - but perhaps today might be the day he breaks his duck!

We gave a plug to our ko-fi - if you're able to throw in a few quid then thank you; if you're not then that's fine, but do leave us a nice review or recommend us to a friend instead.

Contact us via Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn with your thoughts. Thanks as always to Tinty & The Bucket Hats for letting us use Discoland as our theme, and to all of you for listening.

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