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Dons fans on tour

1 July 2013

More of your holiday snaps

The latest part of our Dons on Tour series shows that Wimbledon supporters have certainly been spreading the word about their beloved club around the world.

 

 , who is responsible for drumming up support for the Dons in Africa! Danny, who is pictured above at the summit of Uhuru Peak, gave his shirt to a local Tanzanian who he made friends with during his trip to Kilimanjaro. Danny WoodNone more so than

 

also scaled the heights during his holiday and he is pictured with a Dons flag at Everest base camp on the Nepalese side of the world’s highest mountain.Toby PasantWimbledon supporter

 

recently when he cheered on the British & Irish Lions to first test victory in the Suncorp Stadium against the Aussies. Though the hosts have since squared the series, it will not take away the memories of a great night for Alex. Alex, who is pictured wearing his Dons cap, said: “An awesome night, a great atmosphere, and only a matter of time until the Dons are playing in front of 52,000!”Alex DavisIt was a holiday of a different kind for

 

sent in this photograph of a Dons scarf that he cheekily placed on the plush seats where Sir Alex Ferguson would previously have been checking his watch for “Fergie time” on matchdays at Man United.Mike BakerThough we have mostly featured more up to date photographs during our Dons On Tour series, we don’t mind making an exception for a picture of an AFC Wimbledon scarf at Old Trafford.

 

Mike said: “This picture was taken prior to our play-off final win against Luton so it’s a couple of years old, but it’s a fantastic screen saver! We were on a tour of Old Trafford and I think Sir Alex Ferguson left the scarf behind on the seats, good old Fergie was a secret AFC Wimbledon fan!”

 

Tony Dolce (Indonesia) and John Spink (Bulgaria) also feature in our latest selection of photographs.

 

 to send in your pictures.Holiday SnapsWith the holiday season still in full swing, we will gratefully publish more of your photographs taken at home or abroad. Click on 


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