Ahead of Wimbledon’s first ever home fixture against MK Dons, we spoke to fans about the ethics and mores of watching a club that many refuse to acknowledge as a legitimate entity.
Big Steve Bruce has hauled Hull back to the Premier League, it’s all kicked off between Barnsley and Millwall, while AFC Wimbledon's meteoric rise goes on.
The play-offs are inherently unfair and hardly in keeping with British sporting values, but bloody hell are they fun.
With a play-off semi final looming, AFC Wimbledon could be headed for League One. This comes after five promotions in their 14 years of existence – success facilitated entirely by the fans.
A town that lost its soccer team decided to fight back by starting over from scratch with the fans in control of the club.
After scoring an unexpected goal against Liverpool, we caught up with Adebayo Akinfenwa; the big man who has captured the world's attention.
In September 2003, a cabal of businessmen moved Wimbledon FC from their London home to Milton Keynes, a so-called "new town" 50 miles away. This led to the formation of MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon, the two clubs that now make up British soccer's newest...