Opinion

BEAST SIGNING RAISES THE BAR

ADEBAYO AKINFENWA’S decision to hook up with Matt Tubbs in an exciting double act has substantially raised the bar for Neal Ardley and Wimbledon this season.

Opinion

RUB A DUB DUB, DONS SIGN TUBBS

THE player Dons fans once believed was unattainable is the Club’s latest signing and feeling the love Matt Tubbs is talking about promotion and Wimbledon in the same breath as Neal Ardley declares there’s more wheeling-dealing to come.

Opinion

OH DANNIE JOY

NEAL ARDLEY has tried to sign Dannie Bulman three times since he’s been AFC Wimbledon manager. This time he got his man and it could trigger a domino effect with his other off-season targets.

WDSA

WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #206

THE season final edition of the Wombles Downunder newsletter is out now with 14 contributors over 27 pages. It’s written by Dons’ supporters for Dons supporters with a wash-up of last season, comment on the major talking points and a look ahead at the new season.

Opinion

HIT THE ROAD JACK

IN the end the decision to cut Jack Midson came down to money. He was the Dons’ biggest earner yet under Neal Ardley’s management he was not a regular starter and could not justify his wages.

Match Day

TIME TO WALK THE TALK

THAT didn’t end well, did it? A schizophrenic season is mercifully over with frazzled Neal Ardley declaring his players were ‘dishonest’ as slip-shod Wimbledon bumbled their way to a 3-2 last day loss at Accrington Stanley on Saturday to heighten the need of a squad rebuild over the summer.

Match Day

FANS GET THE RAW PRAWN

LASTING impressions do count and Wimbledon’s shrivelled performance to gift-wrap another season in League Two for Morecambe soured what should have been a day of celebrations at Kingsmeadow.

Match Day

COULDN’T BE APPIAH

STAND EASY Dons, the job is done, League Two safety is assured after the 2-1 Easter Monday win at Plymouth and in this constantly evolving world of football thoughts turn to next season and how can we keep Kwesi Appiah at Kingsmeadow?

Match Day

ARE WE THERE YET?

THE survival odds and precedence are firmly in Wimbledon’s favour after Jack Midson’s penalty winner at Southend United on Saturday hoisted the Dons above the 50-point threshold with a long-awaited finality possible over Easter.

Match Day

BARN DOORS AND BANJOS

WHAT did Harry Bassett say about barn doors and banjos? It was a turkey shoot, missing the one vital ingredient. Wimbledon carpet-bombed the worst-performed away team in the league and had nothing to show for it, except one precious point in the excruciating limp towards League 2 safety.

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    Wombles Downunder issue #206 now available

    Wombles Downunder has been chronicling Wimbledon FC since 1985 and has forged a reputation as a quality original fanzine.
    In the latest issue, Bush Womble says the Club should favour quality over quantity in buying a centre forward and Iain Sandford tells Neal Ardley to get a chill pill.

    The Wizard of Oz argues the loan system keeps Wimbledon alive but it is like a drowning man grabbing a lifebuoy and Trevor Pearce comments of the League 3 proposal.

    There are the Wiz's irreverent Corkies awards and Windlesham Don has a light-hearted look back at the Pundits Poll. And there's much more....

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