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The Tilehurst End Podcast Decade In Review: Part One

Featuring a magical FA Cup run, an agonising play-off final defeat and a glorious promotion.

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The 2010s are nearly over, so The Tilehurst End Podcast is running a mini-series looking back at all the highs, lows and talking points from the last decade.

In part one, Olly Allen is joined by Jonny Williams to review the first three years of the decade, or what we’re calling ‘The McDermott Years’. Starting when the Slough-born manager was appointed, the pair discuss that season’s FA Cup run, getting to the play-off final in 2011, winning promotion 12 months later and struggling in the top-fight the following season. Of course plenty more is covered in between, including the importance of key players and memorable moments such as away games in Cardiff, East London and Southampton.

Download the show here.

Keep an eye out in your podcast feeds tomorrow when part two will be released.

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