As it’s Bank Holiday Monday, and I’ve been neglectful about this site as of late (which may continue for a while), a post in the last comments section from Warton Womble about Saturday: I have to say, that was the worst performance I’ve ever seen. We were clueless going forward (1 attempt on target) and
You know, until I found out I couldn’t go to Macclesfield on Friday, I was looking forward to a trip up to just south of Manchester… Perhaps unsurprisingly, nobody has taken enough crack to write a report for me on yesterday, although Tudor has given SW19 a nice, short and sweek haiku: Today’s numbers are
Another Saturday home game, another inability to win. I suppose Cocks 1 Bulls 1 is the kind of League Two fixture we’re going to have to get used to in the upcoming months and years. Us being perhaps a little bit too confident after a good couple of wins, an opposition whose play and league
It was either that title or “To Be A Pilgrim”. Which right now, after Mayflower 0 Woolwich Ferry 2 might not be a good thing to be. The fact that this particular fixture was one of the massive ones that you dreamt about throughout the summer is one thing. To go away from there with
My god, a win? And a clean sheet to boot? Looks like it, although typically your editor was elsewhere (Watford, not Crawley thankfully). Still, I got to press gang persuade a couple of SW19 readers to fill in the gaps. First up, Bubble: So after a close game last week, the Dons bounced back in
No doubt the average SW19 reader has been lying low after going on the thieve this week, but for those trying out their brand new monitors for the first time, just remember you can’t take them back if they don’t work… After a few question marks, tomorrow’s game at Daggers is going ahead. Guess the
AFC Wimbledon in the 2011/12 season. The Football League. The emotion. The memories. The symbolism. The righteousness. The commemorative shirts and the nostalgic harping back to times past. Me, my major abiding memory of the day is how pissed off I feel about Merchant Shipping 2 Pirates 3. So, welcome back to proper football, AFC Wimbledon.