AFC Wimbledon, currently top of the Blue Square Premiership, would like to play Charlton in the FA Cup: Dons
This is not because they see us as a pushover, but because we are perceived as a big club at lower division level, which we are in terms of attendances - although I would question how many fans would want to pay to see us play a non-league side when it could all end in tears.
One fan remarked half jokingly to me on Saturday that we now ought to concentrate on the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. But the away fixture to Southend will not be easy.
I'm not going to write about the 'Parkinson out' campaign at the moment. All I would say is that I expect Parkinson to stay.
I had a bad sporting weekend (leaving aside the Brakes winning away in the FA Trophy) as Coventry Blaze lost 2-5 at home to Cardiff Devils and one Coventry player had to go to hospital after a particularly nasty fight on the rink.
It was interesting, however, to see the reaction to the defeat. No one called for the coach's head. But the coach did give the players a public blasting and made it very clear that they had to sharpen up. One concern about Parky is whether he has a tough enough streak.