Media interest in build-up to game
Tomorrow sees our first ever League game at Milton Keynes.
Not surprisingly, there has been a substantial amount of media interest in the game.
Early this week, and as part of our response to media interest, we issued a press release to a number of newspapers; we reproduce it below for fans’ information. As a club we have taken the stance that this is an important game because it might enable us to move back into a play-off place, but we have been unwilling to enter into dialogue about other aspects of the match.
"It is, of course, the case that many fans still feel very strongly about what happened to Wimbledon FC. But, as a senior management team, we must give a lead and act with responsibility, and encourage anyone who cares about AFC Wimbledon to do the same.
matches and unbeaten in our last nine away games. "So, we regard Saturday's game as yet another milestone in our quest to become established as a League One club. There are another three valuable points at stake, plus the preservation of our fantastic recent run of form - unbeaten in the last seven League and FA Cup
"That's what we are focused on. Anything else is a distraction."