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Focus on the big kick-off

18 July 2014

Opponents for next season as part of FL campaign

It promises to be another very competitive League 2 season and we’re building up to the big kick-off by featuring all of Wimbledon’s opponents in 2014/15.

The Football League is running a “Wall of Colour” campaign to promote the opening day of next season on Saturday, 9 August.

As part of the campaign, we aim to run an event on the opening day of the season. As part of this, 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.

The second club to feature in our countdown is Portsmouth as we work through Wimbledon’s fixture list in reverse order.

PORTSMOUTH

George Branford, Ashley Harris, Jake Jervis, Yassin Moutaoukil, Marcos Painter, Thery Racon, Phil Smith, Liam Triggs, Josh Warren, Bondz N’Gala.Players out:

Miles Storey, Paul Jones, Alex Wynter, Craig Westcarr, James Dunne, Michael Poke, Nigel Atangana.Players in:

th13Finishing position last season:

(h)(a), Saturday, 21 MarchFriday, 26 DecemberWhen we meet:

WLLast two results versus the Dons:

63 milesDistance between two clubs:

James Dunne (pictured), David ConnollyFormer Dons:

, a scenario that looked unlikely under Richie Barker. Since taking over the reins, Awford has made a clutch of promising signings, including former Wimbledon academy player James Dunne, who will be a big asset if he repeats the midfield form he showed at Exeter City and Stevenage.thManager Andy Awford certainly deserves a crack at being the man to revitalise Pompey. Having been chief scout, reserve team boss and academy manager, the former Portsmouth player was appointed as first-team manager on a permanent basis in May. That came after Awford engineered an impressive run as caretaker manager that lifted Portsmouth up to a finishing position of 13


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