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  1. Seven days of Latics; win 3-0, lose 1-3 and draw 0-0. One thing is consistant - we're really inconsistant. This week, Matt is reunited with two old school friends from the Kaskenmoor Class of 1994, to find out how their relationship with Latics has changed over the last 27 years, where they are on the current situation and what to do next. Plus, we round up the week and talk with Nick Lowe of Digitex UK about the new website they have buit for OASF. Please help us do the work we do by visiting https://www.oafcpodcast.co.uk/, subscribing and looking in our online shop. We'll be adding more products in the coming weeks and months and would be grateful if you purchased the odd one or two to show your support! Follow the show on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @oafcpodcast. Download and listen to the podcast via the FanHub app, where content creators and fans alike are rewarded for getting involved #ctg. Read more about FanHub here: https://fan-hub.com/ You can find out more about Push The Boundary by visiting them at https://pushtheboundary.co.uk/ and following on Twitter @PTB_OAFC. Find out more about OASF at http://www.trustoldham.org/ Title music is by Manchester DJ and producer Starion find out more at https://redlaserrecords.bandcamp.com/
  2. Here's a really interesting article on the late Brian Lomax, referred to in Part Two of today's episode. https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2015/nov/02/brian-lomax-death-supporters-direct-northampton-town
  3. Here is this week's episode of Football Focus. Wind forward to about 45 mins; https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0010rwk/football-focus-16102021
  4. This episode comes in two parts, part one sees Andy, Adam Keeley from PTB, Alf Bridge this week's fan guest and Huw Davies a journalist working for FourFourTwo magazine discuss all things Latics. Part two is an interview we conducted with Andy Roberts, Chairman of Northampton Town Supporters Trust, earlier in the season where we learn of their plight and the origins of the modern day supporters trust. Please help us do the work we do by visiting https://www.oafcpodcast.co.uk/, subscribing and looking in our online shop. We'll be adding more products in the coming weeks and months and would be grateful if you purchased the odd one or two to show your support! Follow the show on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @oafcpodcast. Download and listen to the podcast via the FanHub app, where content creators and fans alike are rewarded for getting involved #ctg. Read more about FanHub here: https://fan-hub.com/ You can find out more about Push The Boundary by visiting them at https://pushtheboundary.co.uk/ and following on Twitter @PTB_OAFC. Find out more about OASF at http://www.trustoldham.org/ Title music is by Manchester DJ and producer Starion find out more at https://redlaserrecords.bandcamp.com/
  5. We covered this story on the pod this week, if you want to listen to an interview with Dale's Trust, and potential connections to Latics......
  6. We pushed it on the podcast this week..... and I believe they're nearly sold out...... ....and/or OASF conduct a skills audit of the fanbase. Exeter told us you often have to find/seek them out, as opposed to sit there waiting for them to put their hand up. The latter is something our Trust has done for a very long time with little/no success....
  7. All very fair Robert. However, they can’t focus on prospective buyers AND arrange protests for you all at the same time. You’re a very capable man!
  8. Hi Rob. Without wishing to speak on behalf of Ste, I know he feels (and said) it would be difficult to arrange an organised protest every game, therefore the onus is on those attending to make some noise/their feelings known (assuming they share the same feelings - appreciating some don't) at games without organisation. There were 3 planned protests at Orient, home to Hartlepool and at Dale, which were all well supported. Moreover (as said) PTB are planning further stunts/events at future games, but won't reveal those yet for obvious reasons. It's also worth remembering that you articulately questioned the timing of some of PTB's actions following Covid prior to now, proposed that PTB might want to turn their attention to seeking/having dialogue with potential interested parties - which they have been doing - and remarked with good reason that you feared the Hartlepool protest would see the peak of national media coverage when you were our fan guest a few weeks ago. This hasn't proved to be the case (yet) as OASF/PTB and the podcast have continued to have dialogue with the media, with more articles being written/filmed that are yet to be published/aired. I'm sure PTB will update us with news of their plans for further events/protests soon enough. Cheers, Andy
  9. After another abject performance against a Mansfield team missing 10 first team professionals, conversation turns to whether Keith Curle needs to shoulder more of the blame. Plus, we discuss news of the exiting CEO, who might replace him and what we ought to be vigilant in looking out for. Finally, in a heart-warming interview, Matt speaks to the Power family whom he met at Rochdale a couple of weeks ago. Please help us do the work we do by visiting https://www.oafcpodcast.co.uk/, subscribing and looking in our online shop. We'll be adding more products in the coming weeks and months and would be grateful if you purchased the odd one or two to show your support! Follow the show on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @oafcpodcast. Download and listen to the podcast via the FanHub app, where content creators and fans alike are rewarded for getting involved #ctg. Read more about FanHub here: https://fan-hub.com/ You can find out more about Push The Boundary by visiting them at https://pushtheboundary.co.uk/ and following on Twitter @PTB_OAFC. Find out more about OASF at http://www.trustoldham.org/ Title music is by Manchester DJ and producer Starion find out more at https://redlaserrecords.bandcamp.com/
  10. Good question, I don't know the answer Dave. Have you messaged OASF directly and/or contacted them via Twitter......? With them being short on numbers currently, they may not look on here very often.....
  11. Firstly, there is the OASF Event later this month https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/oasf-website-launch-auction-fundraising-night-tickets-182998061127 afterwhich our Trust will be looking to further grow it's membership and seek to expand the skills available to it.
  12. OK, well the point of the episode is to share with you the story of Swindon in an hour, so you are up to date, quotation marks or not.
  13. Top class pedantry that Paddy. All we've done is quote James who makes that very statement in the episode, as that's how they feel about Mr. Morfuni owning their club, instead of Mr. Power.
  14. On the eve of the 2021/22 season, Andy spoke to James Spencer from Swindon Town's Trust to understand more about their struggle to new ownership and a brighter future. Please help us do the work we do by visiting https://www.oafcpodcast.co.uk/, subscribing and looking in our online shop. We'll be adding more products in the coming weeks and months and would be grateful if you purchased the odd one or two to show your support! Follow the show on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @oafcpodcast. Download and listen to the podcast via the FanHub app, where content creators and fans alike are rewarded for getting involved #ctg. Read more about FanHub here: https://fan-hub.com/ You can find out more about Push The Boundary by visiting them at https://pushtheboundary.co.uk/ and following on Twitter @PTB_OAFC. Find out more about OASF at http://www.trustoldham.org/ Title music is by Manchester DJ and producer Starion find out more at https://redlaserrecords.bandcamp.com/
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