10 September ~ "It's bad enough having the FA accommodate and nurture the pariahs at Milton Keynes, but recently it seems the BBC's Football League Show has joined in. On September 4, with no games in the Championship, the show could have taken the opportunity to cover, for example, the inaugural East End derby between Dagenham & Redbridge and Leyton Orient, or showcase a League Two game such as the through-your-fingers derby between Macclesfield Town and Stockport County. Instead, we were 'treated' to MK Dons v Hartlepool Utd.
Already this season, the programme has given the club coverage in their Potted History section (note to the BBC – there are 71 other clubs in the Football League with longer and more deserving histories to choose from) and, to cap it all, some bright spark has placed the club's chevron-on-a-stick logo in a prime studio location adjacent to Manish Bhasin's head, when it should be much closer to Steve Claridge's behind." Sent in by Eddie Hutchinson. Taken from this week's WSC Weekly Howl