This Is Our Time

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At 5.44pm on 21 May 2011, Danny Kedwell turned to his team mates on the halfway line at the City of Manchester Stadium. The scores were tied at 3-3 on penalties, this kick would send AFC Wimbledon into the Football League. The Dons' captain said fou…

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    Om This Is Our Time

    At 5.44pm on 21 May 2011, Danny Kedwell turned to his team mates on the halfway line at the City of Manchester Stadium. The scores were tied at 3-3 on penalties, this kick would send AFC Wimbledon into the Football League. The Dons' captain said four words: 'This is our time.' The rest is history. 'This Is Our Time' documents the club's incredible rise from the ashes of Wimbledon FC to their first season in the Football League, and recounts all of the key stories, as told by those directly involved. Read about Terry Eames' dismissal, the MacAnthony takeover bid, the FA Commission, WISA going face-to-face with Peter Winkelman, the Jermaine Darlington affair and Terry Burton's plot to oust Charles Koppel. Relive Matt Everard's last-minute winner at Herne Bay, the 2-1 win over Crawley, the Staines play-off final, and the two cup finals at Woking. Hear the opinions of Dons' legends past and present from Shane Smeltz to Jon Main, and from Dario Gradi and Dave Bassett to Lawrie Sanchez and Marcus Gayle. And just about everything in between. An unprecedented and inspirational tale of grass roots football and heartfelt supporter power relevant to every fan of the game as it totters on the precipice of financial oblivion.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2012
    Forlag
    Cherry Red Books
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781909454095
    Sider
    441

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