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WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #230

Academy Head of Football Mark Robinson opens up in a frank and forthright interview on the AFC Wimbledon youth set-up in the season final issue of Wombles Downunder, out now.

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WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #230

Academy Head of Football Mark Robinson opens up in a frank and forthright interview on the AFC Wimbledon youth set-up in the season final issue of Wombles Downunder, out now.

THE BOBBY GOULD INTERVIEW

Bobby Gould moulded some headstrong and undervalued players into a team that defied the odds and upset the mighty Liverpool FC at Wembley in 1988 in his very first season at Plough Lane. He's featured in this Wombles Downunder interview.
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WOMBLES DOWNUNDER #230

Academy Head of Football Mark Robinson opens up in a frank and forthright interview on the AFC Wimbledon youth set-up in the season final issue of Wombles Downunder, out now.

WDSA SEASON PUNDITS POLL

ELLIOTT WINS WDSA POTS

WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING

DAVID CONNOLLY's first goal for Wimbledon in almost 13 years clinched an exhilarating 3-2 win over promotion hopefuls Luton Town at Kingsmeadow to continue a late-season revival and sustain hopes of a play-offs push with 15 games left.

DONS TAKE FIZZ OUT OF BREWERS

IT's some turnaround when Wimbledon can return to the scene of a hideous flogging and come away with a stoic point and in the process defy in-form leaders Burton Albion playing with 10 men for a great chunk of the game.

SIX MONTHS ON

IF you want evidence as to how much Wimbledon's season has evolved, go back six months to the opening game against Shrewsbury Town: six first-choice players from that match, around half the team, started in Saturday's 2-0 win over Newport County at Kingsmeadow.

WILL TO SUCCEED

TWO significant things happened in Wimbledon's season at Kingsmeadow on Saturday. The Dons .. finally .. got one over Accrington Stanley, but more importantly, a debut was savoured that could have far-reaching ramifications for the future of the Club.

STAG PARTY

I have to declare my hand early. Despite the loss, I really enjoyed this game, or at least the second half, writes The Wizard of Oz.

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.

IT’S MO-VEMBER TIME