SIZE OF THE FIGHT IN THE DOG
SAMMY MOORE epitomised AFC Wimbledon. He loved to compete, right up to the final whistle. Dons fans and team-mates loved that about ‘Sideways Sammy’. That’s why his parting of the ways carries an emotional significance. - Read More
PROGRESS .. SORT OF
NEAL ARDLEY’s number might come up next week against dead-ducks Cheltenham Town and while we might not be fretting about relegation, four more points than last season is progress for Wimbledon …. so why doesn’t it feel that way? - Read More
WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #211
RADIO WDON’s Rob Cornell switches roles and is the subject of an extensive interview in the latest issue of the Wombles Downunder newsletter out now. - Read More
TIME FOR NASTY DONS?
WIMBLEDON’s players are just too nice and need to get a bit nasty. That’s not the unembroidered view from the punters on the terraces. That’s straight from the gaffer Neal Ardley. - Read More
ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
ON the day Matt Tubbs returned to Kingsmeadow his replacement is still without a goal after 11 appearances but instigated the winner over Portsmouth on Saturday as Wimbledon broke through beyond the safety of 50 points. - Read More
WHO’S GOING TO TELL BAYO?
A game of missed penalties. Bayo Akinfenwa misses his second spot kick in a month and James Shea keeps out Cambridge United’s effort to give Wimbledon a point for their 11th clean sheet of the season. - Read More
THIS GAME WAS A CRACKER
FROM champagne football in the first half to stale beer in the second and a wonderful piece of vintage Connolly in the dying seconds, this game was a cracker. Match analysis by The Wizard of Oz. - Read More
WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING
DAVID CONNOLLY’s first goal for Wimbledon in almost 13 years clinched an exhilarating 3-2 win over promotion hopefuls Luton Town at Kingsmeadow to continue a late-season revival and sustain hopes of a play-offs push with 15 games left.
SIX MONTHS ON
IF you want evidence as to how much Wimbledon’s season has evolved, go back six months to the opening game against Shrewsbury Town: six first-choice players from that match, around half the team, started in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Newport County at Kingsmeadow.
Wombles Downunder has been chronicling Wimbledon FC since 1985 and has forged a reputation as a quality original fanzine.
In the latest issue, the decision on the Greyhound Stadium looms, we have several angles covered, while Mark Robinson writes that the Club is close to producing its own young talent and analysis of the comings and goings in the transfer window.
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