Counting down to the new season
AFC Wimbledon are encouraging fans to get behind the Dons by showing their colours on Saturday, 9 August, as part of a Football League campaign.
The “Wall of Colour” is a nationwide initiative to promote the start of 2014/15 and we’re counting down to the new season by featuring all of Wimbledon’s opponents.
We are also planning to run an event with a blue and yellow theme on the day of the Shrewsbury game.
.New Season For more information on the “Wall of Colour” and how you can get involved, click on
Sido Jombati, Sam Deering, Ed Williams, Ashley Vincent, Scott Brown, Jermaine McGlashan, Jamie Cureton, Connor Roberts. Players out:
Lee Vaughan, Matt Taylor, Omari Sterling-James, Koby Arthur, Jack Deaman, Trevor Carson, Paul Black, Andy Howarth, Asa Hall. Players in:
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in the end. Such struggles in League 2 were also not what the Cheltenham fans had become accustomed to either. In a bid to reverse that downward spiral, it’s been all change this summer at Cheltenham on the playing and managerial front. Following assistant manager Neil Howarth’s departure, Cheltenham recruited Shaun North as first-team coach after his spell coaching AFC Wimbledon’s Under-21s and he’s joined Steve Eliot, Ian Weston and Steve Book as part of a new-look management team. Long-serving goalkeeper Scott Brown left for Aberdeen with Trevor Carson (pictured) arriving from Portsmouth to fill the vacancy.th Having twice guided Cheltenham Town to the play-offs during his four-and-a-half years in charge, Mark Yates certainly knows what it takes to build a competitive team at this level. Last season was a different story though as Cheltenham struggled near the bottom in early season, before Yates guided them to a respectable 17