Discussion in 'football' started by hash tag, Jan 20, 2015.
I see the first meeting is away at the franchise on 10th December. Could be interesting.
Not really, they have already played their twice. The game at Kingmeadow, now that will be interesting! Surely a lot of AFC fans have boycotted going to MK (like myself) but will be at there for the home game!
First time in league?
Breaking the boycott. But that's fine, you will be going as away/opposing supporters. Apposing the team, the franchise and all that it stands for.
I wasn't .....
But most sorted Oxford fans have a lot of time for AFC generally .... as do I. Except for that result
Apols for this belated reaction
Yeah... with the benefit of hindsight I'm also now a little twitchy as they're only 2 points behind us
The league table is looking particularly good this morning
This coming Saturday, 13:00, the big one
On the eve of the game, a very nice featurette by Sky Sports on Wimbledon. Nearly brought a tear to my eye!
The story of AFC Wimbledon
They didn't read the script
AFC Wimbledon stadium: Final challenge for Plough Lane dreams as Wimbledon Stadium assessed for historic listing
Probably not the right place but if anyone can help me with an AFC v Charlton ticket it would be appreciated. An allocation of 650 means those who have boycotted their season tickets have no chance.
My mate is a coach at afc. When is the game and i will ask for you.
Ta. will get back to you if i can sort one.
It is not over yet. Simply fill in the blanks and send Stadium Last Writes - Bring the Dons Home
It's a big match tonight; AFC Wimbledon (THE Dons), V Milton Keynes. I see Wimbledon have made no reference to MK Dons and not invited mk directors to directors box or facilities. Even better, Wimbledon start the day on top.
why would you boycott your season ticket in protest and still want to go to games? isn't that self defeating or hypocrisy?
Season ticket is home games but people boycotting are probably still happy to go to away games but getting tickets without the ST is harder as ST holders usually get priority
But was it in the wider interests of football?
This made me chuckle
I also see that lack of space sadly prevented us from displaying the visiting club's name in full on the scoreboard...
Perhaps slighlty churlish
When MK are in a division below Wimbledon and they are back home, perhaps then it will be time to move on.
When MK folds it will be time to move on.
As much as I resent what's happened, that's a tad harsh...they now have their own name, ground, new generation of supporters...
Dons isn't their name.
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