Wearing number 6 at Wimbledon had special significance for Robbo26 May 2020
Paul Robinson grew up idolising former Arsenal captain Tony Adams and Robbo certainly displayed similar leadership qualities during Wimbledon’s promotion charge in 2016.
A final decision that paved the way to a glorious swansong for Robbo’s playing career12 May 2020
Paul Robinson said it was Neal Ardley’s persistence that led him towards Wimbledon and a debut season with the Dons that will never be forgotten by our supporters.
Former Dons managers show support for vital cause at Easter11 April 2020
Neal Ardley and Wally Downes today posted messages of support for the fantastic work carried out in the local community by our Dons Local Action Group.
Stewart on a special cup reunion for the Blackpool game21 February 2020
Former Dons midfielder Stewart Castledine has spoken about the ‘special bond’ that existed between Wimbledon players coming through the ranks in the early 1990s, ahead of tomorrow’s reunion at the...
Former Dons managers join forces to support the move back home12 February 2020
Wally Downes may have left the club at the start of this season, but his heart remains very much with Wimbledon.
Neal's reign at Wimbledon13 November 2018
Neal Ardley leaves the club with our thanks for establishing AFC Wimbledon in the Football League and then taking us to new levels both on and off the pitch.
Club statement12 November 2018
First team manager Neal Ardley is leaving the club by mutual agreement, with immediate effect. His assistant manager, Neil Cox, is leaving the Club at the same time. First team coach Simon Bassey is...
Neal’s post-match interview3 November 2018
Neal Ardley summed up his frustration after the Dons conceded two second-half goals from set-pieces against Shrewsbury today.
Preview: Giving everything for the points2 November 2018
Neal Ardley has left no stone unturned in preparation for Saturday’s game, as he seeks to revive Wimbledon’s fortunes.
Neal’s important message ahead of Shrewsbury match1 November 2018
Neal Ardley today talked passionately about doing his best for AFC Wimbledon after the toughest spell in his managerial career so far.
Neal: Give everything, run hard and keep trying26 October 2018
Wimbledon go in search of points tomorrow against a Luton side that have adapted quickly to life in League One.