Season preview as part of FL campaign
The Football League’s “Wall of Colour” campaign aims to celebrate the new season in style and we’re building up to Saturday, 9 August, by featuring all of Wimbledon’s opponents.
AFC Wimbledon will be encouraging fans to wear their scarves, shirts, rosettes, hats, and anything else in blue and yellow to help the Dons to victory against Shrewsbury. We are planning to run an event on the day of the Shrewsbury game to fit in with celebrations all over the country.
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Trevor Carson, Richard Hinds, Tommy Miller, Lewis Young, Brian Jensen, Robbie McIntyre, Temitope Obadeyi, Reice Charles-Cook, Ashley Grimes, Phil Picken. Players out:
Kelvin Etuhu, Keil O’Brien, Shwan O’Brien, Chris Hussey, Ryan Lowe, Danny Mayor, Nicky Adams. Players in:
Chris Hussey (pictured)Former Don:
227 miles Distance between two clubs:
W DLast two results versus the Dons:
Saturday, 11 October (h), Saturday, 25 April (a) When we meet:
12th Finishing position last season:
Manager David Flitcroft engineered an impressive run during the second half of 2013/14 that offers a solid platform to build on for next season. Having been very active in the transfer market this summer, Bury are one of the promotion favourites in League 2 as they look to return to League 1 after relegation in 2013. Former AFC Wimbledon full-back Chris Hussey signed a permanent deal after impressing during a loan spell. Flitcroft also moved quickly to make a signing that will bring back the feel-good factor to Gigg Lane with Ryan Lowe making an emotional return. Lowe struck 53 goals in 100 games in his previous spell with Bury. With winger Joe Thompson returning to the first-team after beating cancer, there is plenty to be happy about for the Bury faithful and promotion will undoubtedly be the aim.