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Remembering Joe Kinnear

“We should celebrate a football man, one of life’s characters… He was a very capable man-manager: vital in the modern game. He had to be to work, with that eclectic, strong-willed Crazy Gang. He brought the best out of the Dons.” WDSA’s tribute to Joe Kinnear.

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Remembering Joe Kinnear

“We should celebrate a football man, one of life’s characters… He was a very capable man-manager: vital in the modern game. He had to be to work, with that eclectic, strong-willed Crazy Gang. He brought the best out of the Dons.” WDSA’s tribute to Joe Kinnear.

Wombles Downunder #263

SO ends a season of promise. Wimbledon finished 10th — a 17-point improvement on the previous season — and the Womens team carried off...
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Remembering Joe Kinnear

“We should celebrate a football man, one of life’s characters… He was a very capable man-manager: vital in the modern game. He had to be to work, with that eclectic, strong-willed Crazy Gang. He brought the best out of the Dons.” WDSA’s tribute to Joe Kinnear.

The Alan Cork Interview

The Alf Galustian Interview

It’s The Comms, Stupid

Robbo’s transformation of Wimbledon

MARK ROBINSON inherited a squad that had picked up two points from 11 games and was shot of confidence. In the remaining 21 games...

Dons to share Plough Lane with London Broncos

Wimbledon will share Plough Lane with the London Broncos rugby league club after a majority vote of Dons Trust members at a virtually-staged SGM. The...