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AFC Wimbledon

Much to shout about: AFC Wimbledon were pleased as punch to have a special face among the crowd last night

AFC Wimbledon: Face in the crowd was a "true gent"

Feeling the pain: AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley has a dull pain in the proverbials after Daggers defeat

Laura, Craig, Caroline and Ian Threadgold in happier times

Family pay tribute to runner Ian Threadgold who died on Wimbledon Common

Four of a kind: Relive the goal celebrations against Dagenham & Redbridge from the past four seasons

Four years in the making: How AFC Wimbledon celebrate a goal against Dagenham & Redbridge

Last time out: AFC Wimbledon and Wycombe Wanderers played a 1-1 draw on Saturday

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley stresses the importance of blunting the Daggers

On target: Adebayo Azeez came off the bench to grab the Dons last-gasp leveler against Wycombe Wanderers

AFC Wimbledon: Azeez feels the hunger for more goals

Down: Jason McCarthy bundles the ball home to give Wycombe Wanderers the lead at AFC Wimbledon

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss disappointed by weak officials

Glad to be involved: Karleigh Osborne is loving life at AFC Wimbledon right now			               SP94023

AFC Wimbledon: Osborne delighted to be part of something special

Dual meaning: Hamilton the musical

A Don from across the pond: The AFC Wimbledon season, let's call it a musical of revolutionary glory

Come of age: AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa

AFC Wimbledon: The Beast comes of age against the boo boys

Double whammy: AFC Wimbledon and Neal Ardley face back to back games at the Cherry Red Records stadium

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley wants performances that will mean results take care of themselves

Committed: AFC Wimbledon's Karleigh Osborne is forming a solid defensive partnership with Paul Robinson          Picture: David Hollins

Football: Osborne thriving on solid defensive partnership at AFC Wimbledon

The search is on for Kingstonian to find a new ground as AFC Wimbledon voted overwhelmingly in favour of plans to sell Kingsmeadow to Premier-League champions Chelsea.

AFC Wimbledon vote to sell Kingsmeadow to Chelsea as return to Plough Lane becomes a step closer

Pleased as punch: Neal Ardley was delighted to pick up a point at Portsmouth, but the Dons had gone to pick up three...

Football: No buses parked at Portsmouth as AFC Wimbledon pick up hard-earned point

AFC Wimbledon will announce today the result of their Back in Two Ticks campaign

AFC Wimbledon set to announce plans to sell Kingsmeadow

Bayo Akinfenwa with Pudsey Bear before the bench press

World's strongest footballer AFC Wimbledon’s Bayo Akinfenwa bench-presses Pudsey Bear for Children in Need

Up against old friends: Paul Robinson returns to Portsmouth with AFC Wimbledon this afternoon

Football: AFC Wimbledon defender ready to thrive on Pompey Chimes

Hard to stomach: FA Cup defeat must open the door to promotion

A Don from across the pond: So the FA Cup's over, now it's promotion or bust

Making a point: Adebayo Akinfenwa reckons AFC Wimbledon's strength in depth is key to their League Two successes

Football: AFC Wimbledon have the strength in depth, says Adebayo Akinfenwa

Hard to take: Defeat against Forest Green Rovers by a last-minute goal was difficult to stomach

Football: AFC Wimbledon will be up for Portsmouth trip, otherwise what's the point, says midfielder

Sport Editor Tim Ashton has first hand experience of Adebayo Akinfenwa's strength

Bench pressing footballers and pyjama dance-a-thons: Children in Need comes to Merton

Forward thinking: AFC Wimbledon's Callum Kennedy

Football: AFC Wimbledon defender happy to play anywhere

Tough to take: AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley

Football: Ardley slams unprofessional stars for AFC Wimbledon's FA Cup exit

Confident: Adebayo Akinfenwa is not taking the visit of Forest Green Rovers lightly

FA Cup: AFC Wimbledon can tame the beast of Forest Green, says Akinfenwa

Up for the cup: Lyle Taylor battles with Matthew Bates in the Dons 2-0 win over Hartlepool on Saturday

FA Cup: AFC Wimbledon striker wants to create his own Liverpool chat

Try again: Playing Liverpool in last season's third round is among my FA Cup favourite memories, but it's not number one......

A Don from across the pond: I love the FA Cup, I make no excuses

Midfield momentum: Jake Reeves has played every league minute for the Dons so far this season

AFC Wimbledon: Midfielder wants games to come thick and fast

Together: AFC Wimbledon celebrate Callum Kennedy's opener against Hartlepool last weekend

Football: Hartlepool win tells boss everything he needs to know about new-look AFC Wimbledon

One half: Jake Reeves, pictured, and his midfield partner Dannie Bulman have been grabbing the headlines from boss Neal Ardley

Football: Ardley hails his AFC Wimbledon midfield maestros

Top of the charts: Lyle Taylor bagged his fifth league goal in the 2-0 win over Hartlepool on Saturday

AFC Wimbledon: Striker is not resting on his laurels

Back in the action: Callum Kennedy bagged his first goal of the season in Saturday's win over Hartlepool, and dedicated to his late father            All pictures: SP94023

Football: AFC Wimbledon defender dedicates goal to late Dad

Battle: Jake Reeves and George Francomb tussle for possession with Anthony Straker during Saturday’s 3-1 – their second successive victory on the road

AFC Wimbledon: Francomb and co are looking up the table

Back of the net: Adebayo Azeez enjoys opening the scoring for the Dons at York City

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley’s target to forward thinkers

Happy man: Back-to-back wins for AFC Wimbledon have left Neal Ardley a happy man

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss hails all-round performance

Double time: Adebayo Azeez, left, and Lyle Taylor were both on the scoresheet for the Dons at York City

Football: Dons make light of fixture schedule with second win on the road

Ardley: Any chance of some common sense in the fixtures list?

AFC Wimbledon: Another long trip up north has Ardley asking questions of fixtures panel

Harsh: AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley reckons he can focus on the negatives too often            Picture: Tony Greenwood

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley: Am I too harsh on my players?

Funny thing football: Billy Kee and Adebayo Akinfenwa do battle during AFC Wimbledon's amazing win at Accrington Stanley on Tuesday night                   Picture: Tony Greenwood

A Don from across the pond: Gather ye Accrington rosebuds while ye may

Unheralded: Dave Bassett turned a ragbag bunch of players into one of the most feared teams in the league

House of Payne: Hey, BT Sports, there is more to the Wimbledon FC story than just Jones and Fashunu

Out of action: Andy Barcham will be sidelined for at least six weeks after "leg-breaker" challenge              SP92886

AFC Wimbledon: "Leg-breaker" tackle should have seen red, says Ardley

Dramatic debut: On-loan keeper Ben Wilson went straight into the AFC Wimbledon side that beat Accrington Stanley on Tuesday night

Football: Wilson's dramatic debut ends on a winning note for AFC Wimbledon

Getting to grips with each other: Adebayo Akinfenwa and Andy Parrish tussle for possession                                SP93848

Football: Ardley admits problems after AFC Wimbledon are put to the sword

Nervous wait: Andy Barcham was stretchered off on Saturday and was due to undergo a scan on a knee injury this week          SP92886

Football: AFC Wimbledon sweating on injuries ahead of Accrington trip

Down day: Jon Meades cannot get past Barry Roche in the 5-2 defeat to Morecambe on Saturday              SP93848

Tall Mark talks Dons: It's time for a resurgence in the AFC Wimbledon team spirit

Congratulations: AFC Wimbledon safety officer Phil Clark, right, with Kingston Borough Commander Glen Tunstall

AFC Wimbledon: Clark finds safety in numbers

Goal man: Adebayo Akinfenwa scores in the winner in the 2-1 fightback against Notts County last month

A Don from across the pond: Loving the Beast's commitment to AFC Wimbledon

Disappointed: AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley

Football: Nothing much to shout about for AFC Wimbledon boss

AFC Wimbledon: The only consistent is the inconsistency

Tall Mark talks Dons: Consistency - the case for the defence

Making an impact: Semi Ajayi has impressed since his loan switch, and he wants to hang around                 SP93618

AFC Wimbledon: Loanee Ajayi making the most of game time

Target man: Adebayo Azeez

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley has a message for opposition - target Azeez, please

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