AFC Wimbledon fought to a win over MK Dons after giving their rivals a not so warm welcome. AFC Wimbledon continue to use the " Dons " nickname, despite its synchronous use in Milton Keynes. Sa., Sep. BBC Sport meets the boycotters, the fan who followed and the supporters who stayed put ahead of MK Dons v AFC Wimbledon on Saturday. As early asthen-First Division Luton's attendances had been deemed far too low for the top flight by Charles Buchan's Football Monthlywhich also considered their ground at Kenilworth Roadin the middle of town, to be hard to get to. MK Dons won 2—1 with an injury time winner scored by Mahlzeit linz Otsemobor with his heel;  MK fans dubbed the goal the "Heel of God" a spoof on the Argentina—England " Hand of God ". Lyle Taylor AFC Wimbledon right footed shot from the right side of the box to the bottom left corner. Cox, Richard; Russell, Dave; Vamplew, Wray, eds. Ten years on, MK Dons chairman Winkelman looks back at the controversial Wimbledon move". Plan for Buckinghamshire approved". History Seasons Relocation to Milton Keynes. Dominic Poleon AFC Wimbledon right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the right. Stuart O'Keefe MK Dons is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Second Half ends, AFC Wimbledon 2, MK Dons 0. BBC Sport Home Football Formula 1 Cricket Rugby Union Rugby League Tennis Golf Athletics My Sport. Relocation of professional sports teams in the United Kingdom. Current season London Bees All articles. This was history, and particularly bitter and rancorous history at that. AFC Wimbledon received planning permission for a new ground on Plough Lane in , however these plans have major negative repercussions for the future of Kingsmeadow and Kingstonian F. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Parker, Raj; Stride, Steve ; Turvey, Alan Winkelman had not intended to own Wimbledon F. Wimbledon's Crazy Gang continue to defy the odds and are second in the table". With all the conjecture surrounding the match, it is almost easy to forget there is 90 minutes of football to be played. It must be incredibly embarrassing. Their longer term potential, as a new club in a new city, was underlined by a record away following of 3, fans, who happily chirruped 'you're getting beat by a franchise'. But what is true is that the club set up by Wimbledon supporters 14 years ago in protest to the move now finds itself in the same division as Winkelman's MK Dons. Since their creation they have risen from the ninth tier of English football to League One, having reached the Football League in Milton Keynes relocation proposals. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. View the discussion thread.