Hey! Turns out everybody loves us now. Big thanks to Arsenal, FA Cup, BT Sport and YouTube for your help with that. Much obliged.
Oh and thanks to everyone who made Friday's protest possible. As Tom Furnival-Adams explored yesterday - these moments are important.
It's back to London again tonight, although we're talking the gritty world of League One against the best team ever (if League One was the best league in the world, and Brentford and Wolves didn't exist).
I know the bigger picture requires most of us to be pretty fed up right now, but even so, you'd have to be the Bianca Butcher of football fans to have anticipated that week. Two home games, two opportunities to push on up the table.. and two rotten defeats.
How can we make this better? How can re-align the positivity to the trajectory of two weeks ago?
Three new players and taking 7000 fans to MK Dons you say?
Yip. That ought to do it.
Morning all. Welcome to my words, recently described as akin to a six-year old's. Enjoy them.
Following a week of Superstore openings, MK Dons ticketing panic, Lamptey Show returns, Blog award pestering and Conor Thomas adulation, I'm just about ready for some football again. I only caught 30 minutes of the AFC Wimbledon game last week, thanks in part to a questionable feed and relentless stream of pop-ups questioning my loin size. Fingers crossed this game will be different.
If we win we could be up to 8th, putting us well on course to enter the play-offs spots by Christmas (which I so boldy predicted to myself a few hours ago). You can't put anything past this bunch at the moment. We're riddled with goals, speed, confidence and charisma. A win today would make it 5 in the row (in all comps). This level of form is unheard of, especially the consecutive element.
Step one in this plan is to defeat Bradford City, a team who have undergone a tremendous resurgence over the last 12 months, following a torrid decade of decline.
Let's have a think about our chances...
So football fans - a game on a Saturday, away at Sixfields. What a novelty.
My first attempt at a ramble for this game morphed into an ill-advised period of thinking last night; you can read the fruits of my waffling here. We're back to thinking about football this morning though, and things are looking annoyingly healthy in that regard. I say annoyingly, because it'd be just my luck if we got promoted this season when no bleeder is there to enjoy it.
Oops, politics again. Let's just ramblify the game.
It's Notts County today. Poor old Notts County.
It's time for another guest blog, and next up I'd like to introduce you to Richard Montague, Sky Blues fan and Football Analyst at Football Radar. That means his job is to analyse football for a living, in an objective and statistical manner, not in an Andy Townsend kind of way.
I was keen to get Richard's opinion on our opening to the season, and any patterns of play he felt would remain crucial to our success over the course of the season. While we've continued our form in great fashion recently, including last night's fantastic victory, the loss of Cyrus Christie remains a blow. Here Richard explains the importance he places on Christie's presence in the team, as well identifying our most profitable methods so far.
Friends, family, supporters, people who think I'm a prat. Welcome back to the blog. I've not had too much to say lately. I can only apologise if you've expected better.
This'll be cool though. We're on TV, so loads of us get another chance to watch the boys again. It'll also be interesting to see semi-professional somersaulter Peter Beagrie's expert opinion on our current situation. You can't blame pundits for only having a broad overview of what's gone on, but it still rangles a bit as these are important opportunities for our predicament to reach a wider audience. You want it to be represented accurately.
Nevermind though. As long as we don't all start fighting with each other again, that'll be a victory in my book.
Oh, and actually winning against Sheffield United.