An AFC Wimbledon fan explains why he will shun tie against his club's nemesis
The favourites are getting heavy in League Two, presenting us with a weekend when the preferred course of action is to dabble on a couple of speculative long shots in the absence of a single solid wager. Naturally, the caveat is that the league table offers little encouragement.
Before Arsenal home games the video screens broadcast Arsène Wenger reading out the team he has chosen. It is a neat bit of supporter-manager interaction, but inevitably somewhat impersonal.
AFC Wimbledon have appointed Neal Ardley as their new manager.
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Wimbledon manager offers a contrasting approach from club's forerunners as he prepares for League bow.
Talks are likely to start this week between the Premier League and Supporters Direct (SD), with a view to restoring some of the funding for the latter organisation. This was withdrawn last week following a series of offensive tweets sent by SD chief executive officer Dave Boyle.
AFC Wimbledon won promotion to the Football League on Saturday after beating Luton Town in the Conference play-off final. Wimbledon won 4-3 on penalties after 120 goalless minutes at Eastlands, sending them into League Two.
Celtic claimed their 35th Scottish Cup with a comfortable win in the final against Motherwell at a rain-soaked Hampden.
Today's Conference play-off final at Eastlands brings together two clubs with proud traditions who are bitter about their controversial loss of status. Glenn Moore reports
David Haye could be heading for a massive showdown fight with one of the Klitschko brothers at Wembley Stadium.
AFC Wimbledon 1 Wycombe 4
Rafael Benitez declared Peter Crouch for sale at a price of £15m yesterday in a move which appears to illustrate how badly he needs sale proceeds to fund new purchases at Anfield.
Twenty years after Wimbledon stunned the football world, the two teams they spawned are on the way to Wembley