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An example to the others: Adebayo Azeez

A Womble's View: Azeez is a shining light at AFC Wimbledon

It's mine: Rob Tolfrey is back as the Kingstonian shot-stopper, and he does not intend to go anywhere

Kingstonian: Tolfrey has his shirt back and he’s not giving it up

Band of brothers: Andy Barcham celebrates his goal with a group of chums                         All pictures: David Hollins

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss knows what is needed to keep pace with the changing face of League Two

Oddity: I've never been to the Cherry Red Records stadium, but I will miss it

A Don from across the pond: Sometimes a long-distance relationship can be tough

Welcome back: Dylan Casey in action during Kingstonian's 3-0 win over VCD Athletic on Monday night                 SP93012

Kingstonian: Casey's time in full-time football is not over yet

Half a chance: Dannie Bulman could miss the Exeter game with injury

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley expects a tough test from Exeter City

Thinking expansively: Sutton United boss Paul Doswell

Football: Consecutive draws is cause for a glass half-full at Sutton United

Pick the bones out of that: Brendan Murphy-McVey, on loan at Tooting & Mitcham United from Kingstonian, scored against his old club Carshalton Athletic on Tuesday night           Picture: Ian Gerrard

Football: Mixed emotions for Kingstonian loanee scoring against his old club for his new club...

Learn quick or miss out: Neal Ardley’s message

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss lays it on the line to work-shy newbies

Plough Lane, where the new stadium would be if plans are approved

AFC Wimbledon launch campaign to get go-ahead on sale of Cherry Red Records Stadium

Team spirit: Pelayo Pico-Gomez (10) celebrates his first of two goals in the 3-0 win over VCD Athletic on Monday night             All pictures: SP93012

Kingstonian: Boss demands consistency after stop-start opening

Desperate measure: Neal Ardley made a triple substitution to save the match against Cambridge United - all to no avail

AFC Wimbledon: There will be no excuses come 3pm on Saturday - Ardley

Do the dinosaur: Tom Elliott brings a smile to the game after his goal against Cambridge United

A Don from across the pond: Don't forget the game is fundamentally about joy

Settling in well: New Kingstonian wing wizard  Dan Bennett, above centre, is congratulated by Daniel Sweeney, right, and fellow goalscorers Pelayo Pico Gomez and Ty Smith after netting his side’s third goal on Saturday

Football: Kingstonian remain grounded

So close: Andy Barcham cannot believe the keeper has denied him an equaliser against Cambridge United         Picture: Ben Mole

AFC Wimbledon: Barcham on that header that could have changed everything

All at sea: Cambridge United’s Barry Corr, far right, rises unmarked to volley the visitors into a 2-1 lead at the Cherry Red Records stadium, over-turning a 1-0 deficit                All pictures: Ben Mole

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley keeps the belief after night of disbelief

You the man: Kingstonian winger Dan Bennett, centre, is congratulated by Daniel Sweeney, right, and fellow goalscorers Pelayo Pico Gomez and Ty Smith during Saturday's 7-0 win over Met Police

Football: Bennett was the difference in Kingstonian's Blues rampage

Not happy: Sutton United skipper Glen Southam          Picture: Paul Loughlin

Football: Referee performance an "embarrassment", says Sutton United skipper

Mentally speaking: Neal Ardley may have to put 3-4-3 on the back burner after last weekend's metamorphosis

A Womble's View: What a difference a half-time can make

Lucky seven: Tyrone Smith, right, congratulates Peter Dean on the third goal on Saturday with Richard Jolly, left, keen to get involved

PICTURE GALLERY: Ks in seventh heaven after Blues rampage

No goals: Two blanks in two games is not a good start, but there is more to the Dons that constitutes success

A Don from across the pond: Success at AFC Wimbledon is not always confined to just the pitch

Can't explain: Ks Aaron Goode was at a loss as to how his side performed so badly against Leatherhead on Monday

Football: Kingstonian cannot dwell on Leatherhead Tann-ing

Opener: Dan Fitchett celebrates Sutton United’s first goal of the season with Craig Dundas in tow                             Pictures: Paul Loughlin

Sutton United: Injuries are growing, but Doswell is relaxed

Close: Lyle Taylor almost pegged Cardiff City back, but the AFC Wimbledon striker hit the woodwork in the Capital One Cup defeat

Football: AFC Wimbledon boss hails the return of belief despite Capital One Cup exit

One to forget: Dan Bennett sums up the feelings in the Kingstonian camp after their first half mauling by Leatherhead

Kingstonian: Defeat to Leatherhead was "embarrassing" says boss

Stars Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne with author John Green

AFC Wimbledon team and fans to get preview of Cara Delevingne’s new Hollywood film

Settling in: AFC Wimbledon's latest signing Paul Robinson

AFC Wimbledon: Robinson settles in to new life under old buddy

Beaten: James Shea cannot keep out Gregg Wylde's volley which gave Plymouth Argyle the lead at AFC Wimbledon                All pictures: SP92740

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley suffers a "reality check" after opening day defeat

Settling in: New man Lyle Taylor gives chase to Gregg Wylde

A Womble's View: Reason to be optimistic at AFC Wimbledon

Happy: Neal Ardley

Football: Hand it to the AFC Wimbledon boss, he is ready

Time to make music: The indie band that is AFC Wimbledon will be banging out a tune or two this season

A Don from across the pond: It's time for AFC Wimbledon to make some sweet, sweet music

Impressed: Tom Bolarinwa has impressed Paul Doswell since his summer move

Football: Doswell sets out early season targets for his new-look Sutton United

Great start: New signing Paul Robinson opened the scoring against Cheltenham on Saturday and then celebrated with his new team-mates

Football: AFC Wimbledon skipper is settling down for the action

Tough ask: Ks boss Tommy Williams believes this season's Ryman Premier League will be as tough a competition as they come

Football: Open Ryman Premier League makes Kingstonian promotion a harder prospect

Still interested: Meyrick James-Lewis may yet be an option for Ks boss Tommy Williams

Football: Departed Meyrick remains on Kingstonian radar

Missing: Ks striker Ricky Sappleton will sit out the first three games of the season

Football: Ks face up to early season suspension crisis

All change: Liam Collins quit management to resume his playing career 	SP80497

Football: Defensive overhaul key to Stags

Watch out: Ks keeper Rob Tolfrey looks on as Alan Inns holds off the charge of the AFC Wimbledon light brigade

Football: Kingstonian Tolfrey overwhelmed by testimonial support

Kingstonian: Dressing room life is easy when you graft

Football: Dressing room life is easy when you graft

Meet your heroes: Fans can get up close and personal with the likes of Adebayo Akinfenwa

AFC Wimbledon: Fans’ chance to get up close and personal with the Dons heroes

Q&A: The Dons players are grilled by the youngsters at Southfields Academy

Football: AFC Wimbledon new boys pay a surprise visit to academy stars of the future

Any chance ref? AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley was unimpressed by the official in La Manga

AFC Wimbledon: Ardley’s ref rant

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Sloping shoulders: Ks keeper Rob Tolfrey is convinced Sam Page may leave marking Adebayo Akinfenwa to others tonight

FOOTBALL: Ks keen to tame the Dons' Beast

Happy returns: Former Ks midfielder Matt Somner, centre, is back in the game with Walton Casuals

Football: Ex-Ks midfielder pitches up at Stags

Equaliser: Ashley Robinson fires Carshalton Athletic level against Sutton United

Picture gallery: Sutton United have things to work on after Carshalton Athletic stalemate

Skip to it: Dan Wishart burst between two Welling United players         ALL PICTURES: PAUL LOUGHLIN

Football: Sutton United still adapting to life in 3G

Coming on nicely: Twickenham's Charlie Grice is enjoying how his season is progressing

Athletics: Grice pleased with progress for Beijing

And they're off: More than 500 athletes took on Sunday's Elmbridge 10K

Athletics: Maud makes huge strides to win Elmbridge 10K in record time

Prepared: Anthony Anderson in Kingston Wheelers colours at the London Youth Games

Cycling: Kingston Wheeler Anderson ready for Ride London Youth Grand Prix

Heavy load (from left): Teddington’s swimmers Nicole Brenner, Brandon Sayers, Daniel Edmiston, Joe Knill-Jones, Anna Hunt and Emma Green with their metal work

Swimming: Teddington swim stars dominate at London regionals

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