April 16 2014 Latest news:
League Two: Southend 0 AFC Wimbledon 1
League Two: Southend v AFC Wimbledon (Roots Hall, 3.07pm)
Participants in the top eight tiers of English football could be subject to a worldwide betting ban from next season.
Neal Ardley praised his Wimbledon side’s performance against Bristol Rovers on Saturday, calling his Dons side the most likely to win the game, but bemoaned the south Londoners cutting edge up front.
League Two: AFC Wimbledon 0 Bristol Rovers 0
League Two: Mansfield 1 AFC Wimbledon 0
League Two: Northampton 2 AFC Wimbledon 2
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley was full of praise for the never-say-die attitude showed by his team after they came from behind to secure three points in a remarkable game on Saturday.
League Two: AFC Wimbledon 4 Cheltenham Town 3
Sometimes the beautiful game is a funny old, er, game! But ocassionally football is just plain infuriating. Here are five things to make your blood boil.
League Two: Burton 1 AFC Wimbledon 1
The managerial merry-go-round spins quickly these days so do you think you’ve got the knowledge to recognise the faces of all these football bosses?
League Two: AFC Wimbledon 1 Chesterfield 1
AFC Wimbledon fell to below a goal-a-game average after an insipid display against York on Saturday - and manager Neal Ardley cursed his side’s attacking intent after his side failed to notch up a single shot on target.
Chelsea’s Samuel Eto’o mocked a recent comment about his age from manager Jose Mourinho by pretending to be an old man after scoring against Tottenham on Saturday and London24 Sport takes a look at some other occasions when players have hit back via goal celebrations.
League Two: AFC Wimbledon 0 York City 1