The main feature of our eighth issue is the first instalment of BTPL’s “The Marksmen” – a four-part series of interviews with some of the club's greatest goal scorers of all time.
In the first part of the series, BTPL Editor Chris Thorpe recently sat down with Wimbledon legend Ian Cooke to discuss our emotional return to Plough Lane, his FA Cup exploits of yesteryear, and more, in a great kick-off to the four-part feature.
Alongside our headline feature section, fans can also look forward to an informative guest article from Notts County fan and football journalist George Harbey, who updates us on how Neal Ardley’s tenure has gone so far with the Magpies.
We are also delighted to announce that Wimbledon In Sporting History (WiSH) will be using this programme to breakdown their story so far, as they move towards realising their dream of opening the club’s very own museum at our new stadium in Plough Lane. This issue also includes another instalment of our popular Historical Don section, in which Stephen Crabtree continues his countdown to the ultimate Don in our Hall of Fame feature, which is partnered up with another look at the history of Plough Lane through the years.
Plus, Chris also continues his Kingsmeadow Vault series, as he looks back at a stunning strike from Wimbledon’s former midfield dynamo Jake Reeves. Furthermore, we also have updates from the AFC Wimbledon Foundation, Dons Local Action Group, the Dons Trust, the Academy, and the usual detailed rundown of our opponents on Saturday, Crewe Alexandra.
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