We beat the Addicks with help from Danns then Burton away put paid to any League Cup plans.
Pope got only a consolation at the Gills whilst the Coventry scoreline suggested a distinct lack of thrills.
Oldham was drab but the comeback at Walsall fab - a star born in Vaughan.
There was more to come versus Morecambe in the EFL and safe to say September went very well.
Vale and the puddle, El-Abd in a muddle, Danny Mayor with the highlights for Shakers Player.
At Swindon it was Hope, against Chesterfield it was Pope.
Vaughan at the double at Stadium MK with Zeli sealing it in a memorable way.
Scunny proved no disgrace whilst at Bradford in the EFL we suffered a similar fate.
The season was punctured at London Road and at Dale a disaster as the red cards flowed.
We lost to the Dons and it became a trend, Zach Clough fell over and in the ref found a friend.
At Northampton a comeback but just not enough, after a bad October things were getting tough.
Hope in the Cup but still not a win, Crouch playing for Stoke youth made one or two grin.
Southend, where to start !? Dons away we shipped five, it soon became clear Flickers wouldn't survive.
BrassKidd came in but we let in five more, a late defeat at Bramall Lane left many a head sore.
Maher had a hand in it against Millwall, Danns raised his to the Rovers, the youth came in and did well but the more senior players owed us.
Oxford at home and Leigh put in his own net, a point at Fleetwood and a little Burgess chip the best we could get.
Decent shifts put in at Scunny and when Sheffield United came to town, corner flags falling all over the place versus Posh, maybe we weren't going down.
At Vale Vaughan continued on a Friday night, those flags and their owners getting fright after fright.
Soares left his mark against Walsall at the end, defeat to the Shrews but a new formation and two clean sheets and our defence on the mend.
To much surprise in came another Clark, now Tutte and little Miller's turns to make their mark.
A moment for Lowe at the Valley followed by Coventry and Vaughan and Pope getting pally.
Defeat to the Gills, a draw against Oldham, Leigh on form against the Pirates and at Millwall we were able to hold em.
Another clean sheet against Fleetwood, Murphy the man, a bad night against Oxford only made me a bigger big Burgess fan.
Bradford and Dale were better on the day, the revival had stalled but with the fans at the Macron the players took their chance to repay.
So then it came, the Cobblers a must win, our Vaughan back on form and NatCam back although not looking thin.
Eagles finally had an influence, sending it down to the final day but win, lose or draw at Southend I wouldn't have had it any other way.