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FA Cup First Round Week: Coventry City & Wimbledon – A Tale Of Two Cup Winners

FA Cup First Round Week: Coventry City & Wimbledon – A Tale Of Two Cup Winners

By on Nov 5, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 0 comments

In the second of our series ahead of this weekend’s FA Cup First Round matches, we take a look at two of the bigger names in the draw, who are playing each other on Friday night. Please, if you wish to reproduce this article elsewhere, link to it rather than copying and pasting it. Thanks.  In the FA Cup First Round on Friday night, two clubs with something of...

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AFC Wimbledon Survive The Cut At The Foot Of League Two

By on Apr 29, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 6 comments

At least, for the supporters of AFC Wimbledon, the task ahead was clear. The way that the fixture calendar fell elsewhere meant that, even though they went into Saturday’s final round of matches in League Two in one of the division’s relegation places, a win at home against mid-table Fleetwood Town would ensure their survival at the end of a season which...

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Wimbledon & York City Shred The Nerves At The Foot Of League Two

By on Mar 10, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 2 comments

It is getting to the point of the season at which time starts to run out. The luxury of believing that our teams can afford to drop points starts to fade from view as we reach the home straight, and there are few other places in the whole of English football in which nerves are already in the air than at the bottom of League Two. Just four points separate the bottom...

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After The Circus: AFC Wimbledon Return To The Task At Hand

By on Dec 3, 2012 in English League Football, Latest | 4 comments

With a couple of minutes left to play in Milton Keynes yesterday afternoon, a gaping hole suddenly and unexpected in the middle of the home defence, leaving Steven Gregory to bear down on the home goal. His shot dragged inches wide of the post, and a couple of minutes later a shot into the ground from Zeli Ismail was flicked in from six yards out by Jon Otsemobor....

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Confirmed: AFC Wimbledon & The FA Cup Match They Emphathically Didn’t Want

By on Nov 14, 2012 in Latest, Politics | 45 comments

In the end, it came about in the most perfunctory way possible. Cambridge City, part-time players from the Premier Division of the Southern Football League, couldn’t live with their full-time opposition and the resounding 6-1 win for the home side was proof, as if it were needed, that for all that we like to talk about the romance of football, the pitch is no...

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