If anyone was so minded in writing a book of the last decade, the history of a football club called Wimbledon would be an interesting one. If a tad on the unbelievable side. Owner problems, ground problems, ultimate betrayal and rebirth. And that’s just in a three year period. It all seems a bit biblical.
So, how are we enjoying the first few days of being Champions? Nice isn’t it? I guess the weather is helping, but there’s a rather serene feel to everything right now. Maybe even a nice smug glow of self-satisfaction as well. Sure, playoffs are nice and all that, but titles are the ones to win.
OK, now I can officially say it… AFC WIMBLEDON CONFERENCE SOUTH CHAMPIONS 2008/09 Suck on that, doubters. It’s quite a nice warm glow, isn’t it? OK, we all knew that Championes 3 Champignones 0 was going to be a foregone conclusion even if we’d lost, but it does have to be said that a win
You do realise we only got a point from the Beaverdome and we haven’t actually won the league yet. We could still lose 7-0 against St Albans, and H&R can easily win 7-0 against Maidenhead. And……… oh, fuck it: AFC WIMBLEDON (as good as) CONFERENCE SOUTH CHAMPIONS 2008/09 Dear Football Gods. You have given us
Staines playoff game, anyone? It’s hard to believe sometimes that not only are we two games away from the end of the season, but one point tomorrow will as good as ensure we’re promoted as champions. Sounds easy, yet will probably be the most difficult point of the entire season to get. I suppose if
Good job I wasn’t at Bromley yesterday after all…. Instead, I’ll put up what people have emailed me about the whole thing. Firstly, from somebody who wants to remain anon: Even thinking about writing a few words about CHEATING BARSTEWARDS 2 SERIAL VICTIMS 2 has made my blood pressure rise again. Rarely can a fairly decent game
OK, hands up – who here was expecting a classic 4-0er with everyone playing subliminal one-touch football with a heroic hatrick from Jamie Pullen? If so, put your hands down and sulk. The most important thing about Port Vale 1 Stoke 0 was that it was three points. Yes, it wasn’t a classic. Yes, it
It’s the last day before the Biggest Weekend Of The Season So Far. A period of three days that will go a long, long way to determine whether we’re at Oxford or Dorchester next season. Quite exciting isn’t it? First things first though – don’t expect too much of a report from the Basingstoke game