We’re back with a bumper episode this week as there is simply far too much to look forward to this week.
Joining Charles Commins this week are Danny Brothers and Neil Egerton.
Together they discuss the win over Morecambe, safe standing and the upcoming games against Leyton Orient (Tuesday) and Derby County (Friday).
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Charles is the founder and main presenter of the award-winning It’s All Cobblers To Me podcast.
He began the podcast after going self-employed in 2018 as a podcast producer and voiceover artist. The original thought being that It’s All Cobblers To Me would be a place to try out new things – like a test podcast of sorts.
As well as being Cobblers mad, Charles is also a ultramarathon runner and has a blog about that that he tries to keep up to date as often as he can.