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.

Analysis

NOT PRETTY, UGLY, BUT REQUIRED

“THAT was awful”, said the guy at the station,”but at least we got the three points”. Which was true, but a tad unfair, as the playing surface had a big influence on this game, writes The Wizard of Oz.

Match Day

FULLER MULLERS DAGGERS

BIGFOOT, the Loch Ness Monster, the Abominable Snowman … now throw in an extremely rare goal by Barry Fuller as Wimbledon performed another rare sighting, a win at home against a lower-placed team !

Match Day

ONLY A LICK OF PAINT

Cup defeats are never celebrated but Neal Ardley has taken some succour from Wimbledon getting brushed from the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy to the top-ranked team left in the draw.

Match Day

SHEA KEEPS MINSTERMEN AT BAY

JAMES SHEA kept Wimbledon in the FA Cup with what was described as a “world class double save” to deny York City a late winner and take the Minstermen back to Kingsmeadow for a replay after a 1-1 draw at Bootham Crescent.

Match Day

COBBLERS NOBBLE WOMBLES (AGAIN)

IT SEEMS we’ve reached the crossroads already. Sixteen games in, just over a third of the season gone and Neal Ardley is emptying out on his players after a none too clever 0-2 loss at an all too familiar nemesis Northampton Town. What a load of old cobblers.

Match Day

ROVERS RETURN FOR POINT

AS if by premonition Wimbledon played their part in ending Tranmere Rovers’ 535-minute goal drought as the Merseysiders climbed off the bottom of League Two with a fighting 2-2 draw at Kingsmeadow on Saturday.

Match Day

MISSING BULMAN SHOWS HIS VALUE

WHAT did we learn from this weekend? Just that Wimbledon are not Real Madrid, midfield grafter Dannie Bulman is an indispensable member of the team and the Dons can’t be expected to keep smashing the league leaders.

WDSA

WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #208

CLUB media man Chris Slavin is featured in an extensive WDSA interview, offering his unique insights into Neal Ardley, Bayo Akinfenwa and the hardest Dons player to interview and why. All that and much more in the latest edition of the Wombles Downunder newsletter out now.

Match Day

WIN ONE FOR THE SKIPPER

THERE’s something in the air. Wimbledon capped a momentous week with victory over league leaders Bury, just four days after stuffing *THEM*. You sense it may finally be coming together. A fallen Dons warrior would be so proud.

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    Wombles Downunder has been chronicling Wimbledon FC since 1985 and has forged a reputation as a quality original fanzine.
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