From the publisher:
Wimbledon Football Club was founded in 1889, and from then until now it has had a history like no other in football. From being the only team to have won both the FA Cup and FA Amateur Cup, to having the club controversially snatched away from its fans, only for them to reform the club, and for AFC Wimbledon to rise again through the leagues and re-establish itself as a Football League side. Vinny Jones, John Fashanu and Dennis Wise ...
the Crazy Gang of the 1980s was an intimidating team that used its physicality to overcome opponents, but it could play as well, under the leadership of Dave 'Harry' Bassett. When you dig deeper you realise there was more to this side than the sensationalist headlines. In AFC Wimbledon On This Day, you'll find facts and figures, famous games, managers and players who have made an indelible mark on the club's legacy.
Even under the current guise of AFC Wimbledon, the team continues to write new chapters in its illustrious history.
Gary Jordan is a sportswriter for The American magazine and author of Out of the Shadows: The Story of the 1982 England World Cup Team and Show Me the Way to Plough Lane: The Remarkable Story of Wimbledon FC's Return Home. He is an AFC Wimbledon season-ticket holder. Stephen Crabtree was first taken to Plough Lane by his grandfather as a six-year-old in 1968. The author of a number of books about the club, he edits the fanzine The Historical Don.