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Roker Rapport Podcast: Previewing MK Dons v Sunderland w/ Liam Connolly from The MK1 Podcast!

Chris was joined by Liam Connolly - of Milton Keynes Dons’ MK1 Podcast - to preview our upcoming visit to Stadium MK this Saturday, and see what happens when he gazes into Christopher’s EFL League One Crystal Ball(s)™

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What’s the crack?

  • The Russel Martin to Swansea Fiasco; So what’s happened with MK’s former manager?
  • Dean Lewington has stepped up as caretaker for the time being; Could this become a permanent thing? Who is in the running for the job?
  • Mo Eisa and friends; How do the MK fans feel about their transfer business this summer?
  • It was Bolton Wanderers 3-3 MK Dons Saturday gone; So what exactly happened in their goal-packed League opener at the University of Bolton Stadium?
  • Will Grigg; Following a successful stint back at the club on loan last season - Is/Was there any real interest in taking the MK Dons fan favourite back permanently?
  • Managerial nightmares aside...How good was it to see everyone again?
  • Christopher’s Crystal Ball(s)™ come out again as he tries to get a prediction for not just the upcoming game, but the rest of this League One season...

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