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? - Read More
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. - Read More
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. - Read More
WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #205
THE latest edition of the long-running Wombles Downunder quality newsletter covers the Club’s big talking points. - Read More
SAME POINTS SAME SPOT
YET again Wimbledon ‘lacked quality in the final third’ as they failed to score after conceding early against Mansfield Town in Nottinghamshire on Saturday. - Read More
ANOTHER LATE LATE SHOW
THE fighting Dons delved deep for the third straight match to snatch a point off Northampton Town in another late late show to near the finish line in League Two on Tuesday. - Read More
THREE WISHES IN THREE MINUTES
A forgettable first half; a second half I can’t quite remember! Wimbledon’s incredible comeback will take its place in folk-lore. The three goals in three minutes unlikely to be seen ever again, writes the Wizard of Oz. - Read More
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.
PRIDE IN THE SHIRT
PRIDE in the shirt returned at Kingsmeadow just days after one of the lowest ebbs of the season. The hard-earned point in the 1-1 draw with classy League Two leaders Chesterfield on Tuesday raised spirits and we even witnessed a goal at home! Hallelujah..
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 looks at why scoring goals is such a problem for the Dons and Colum McAndrew explains why today's AFC Wimbledon is very different to the AFC Wimbledon of 2002.
Mark Robinson's tells WDSA the Club's Academy is 'punching above its weight' and Wizard of Oz writes of the fans-owned Club: 'It Can't Happen To Us.'
There is a fascinating piece from Singapore Don on his real life dangers and Windlesham Don writes why more points are now needed to stay in the Football League. And there's much more....