March 12 2014 Latest news:
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
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League Two: Fleetwood 0 AFC Wimbledon 0
League Two: Newport County 1 AFC Wimbledon 2
Darren Jones admitted that it was the whole squad’s responsibility to end the current goal drought and reverse the worrying slide that has left AFC Wimbledon looking nervously over their shoulder at the League Two drop zone.
League Two: AFC Wimbledon 0 Bury 1
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AFC Wimbledon have signed Scunthorpe United captain Michael Collins on loan until the end of the season.
AFC Wimbledon have signed former Tottenham midfielder Jake Nicholson.
AFC Wimbledon new boy Aaron Morris has said he’s happy to play anywhere for his new team - as long as he can help the Dons avoid a second successive relegation battle.
League Two: Portsmouth 1 AFC Wimbledon 0
AFC Wimbledon trip to Newport County tonight has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
A bitterly disappointed Neal Ardley accepted his side were out-fought and out-muscled by a stirring second half display from Rochdale - but warned there was little money available to sort an emergency loan for a central midfielder.