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    Plough Lane

    AFC Wimbledon have been given permission to return to Plough Lane and build a new stadium in Merton.
    The Dons are hoping to move into their new 11,000 capacity stadium for the start of the 2019-20 season.

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    Good news the Wombles are going HOME.

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    Congratulations to them. Shows what can be achieved with a fan based ownership model ran for the good of the club and not individuals

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    All true football fans will rejoice in this news. Well done all you Dons fans who never gave up.

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    Brilliant news. Went to Plough Lane in Vale's 1983 promotion season (tight game, which we lost 1-0) and it was a pity they ever had to leave. Going back will make MK Dons look even more like the frauds they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CambridgeDon View Post
    Brilliant news. Went to Plough Lane in Vale's 1983 promotion season (tight game, which we lost 1-0) and it was a pity they ever had to leave. Going back will make MK Dons look even more like the frauds they are.
    I was their too there were no turnstiles I seen to remember.
    Was a long trip we had a big following.
    Great news for Wimbledon every true fan wishes them well

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    I think English football going all-seater was the beginning of the end for home-and-away supporters of Vale due to the cost of tickets.

    We used to take very respectable numbers to all corners of the country but now we don't travel south of Birmingham.

    Anyway, it's great that the Dons are going home.

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    On a different tact, but still on the Wimbledon theme, who actually is credited with the 80’s FA Cup win ? I presume MK as Wimbledon did play there under their own name following relocation, but I don’t honestly know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bald Eagle View Post
    Congratulations to them. Shows what can be achieved with a fan based ownership model ran for the good of the club and not individuals
    Iíd second those views, a genuine attempt at the model unlike ours thatís proven hugely successful and massive credit should go to everyone involved.

    Letís hope the facilities are slightly better than the old ground however!
    Last edited by Robbie Earle's Perm; 15-12-17 at 03:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithie View Post
    I think English football going all-seater was the beginning of the end for home-and-away supporters of Vale due to the cost of tickets.

    We used to take very respectable numbers to all corners of the country but now we don't travel south of Birmingham.

    Anyway, it's great that the Dons are going home.
    So because people canít stand up they donít travel more than 50 miles?

    Nowt to do with our lower league status for all of the 2000ís to date?

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    The cost of watching football week in, week out is beyond many young people and that's one of the reasons why football crowds are increasingly middle aged and relatively wealthy or at least financially comfortable.

    It's a subject that has been covered by the media very recently.

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