Match Day

WILL TO SUCCEED

TWO significant things happened in Wimbledon’s season at Kingsmeadow on Saturday. The Dons .. finally .. got one over Accrington Stanley, but more importantly, a debut was savoured that could have far-reaching ramifications for the future of the Club.

Match Day

NOBODY DOES IT BETTER

THERE’s always someone to knock you down a few pegs after the rarefied experience of hobnobbing with Liverpool in the FA Cup and none are better at it than Stevenage.

Match Day

LOSS OF IMMEASURABLE GOOD

RARELY has a loss been so well received, literally around the world, as Wimbledon tweaked the regal beak of Liverpool and needed right royal intervention to preserve the Premier League king-pins’ dignity.

Match Day

ARE YOU WATCHING LIVERPOOL?

‘ARE you watching Liverpool?” It’s all happy-clappy in the Wimbledon camp eight days and counting before the big FA Cup tie after the tonic of the best win of the season over profligate Exeter City at Kingsmeadow on Sunday.

Match Day

FRATTON-ISING WITH TUBBSY

MATT TUBBS may have given the Dons a parting gift as Wimbledon rewarded (teased) their faithful with a well-received 2-0 win at Portsmouth on Boxing Day.

Analysis

STAG PARTY

I have to declare my hand early. Despite the loss, I really enjoyed this game, or at least the second half, writes The Wizard of Oz.

WDSA

WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #209

JUST in time for Christmas… WDSA’s acclaimed Wombles Downunder newsletter #209 is now available, written by Wimbledon supporters for Wimbledon supporters and about to enter its 30th consecutive year.

Match Day

ALLOWED TO DREAM, AREN’T WE?

AFC Wimbledon will go into the hat and the last 64 for the first time after an unexpected accomplished victory over League 2 leaders Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park on Sunday to give the Dons’ season a shot in the arm of badly-needed adrenaline with a win that could yet have far-reaching repercussions….. we’re at least allowed to dream at least until Monday night’s Cup draw; we haven’t had that luxury before.

Match Day

POINTLESS EXERCISE, NO MORE

IT only took nine games to prise a point out of nemesis Oxford United as Wimbledon put an end to a deflating sequence of eight losses to the Us going back to the Conference days in a scoreless draw at Kassam Stadium.

Match Day

DOUBLE MATT FINISH

MATT TUBBS justified his gaffer’s faith with a drought-busting brace to sweep Wimbledon past York City and into the second round of the FA Cup at Kingsmeadow on Tuesday.

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