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Hackney Wick FC – 2028/29 Season Review

This season we’re widely predicted to fail again and be relegated by the media despite making it to the playoff final last season. To be honest I’m targeting to be there-or-thereabouts regarding the playoffs this time around,  whether we get there will be determined by how much we can strengthen the team, and how much more our promising young squad can develop during the season.

ExpectationsexpectationsThe expectations are realistic for the cups but as I’ve already said I’m really aiming higher for the league. We started with an £11m budget but this is what remains after our initial transfers.
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AFC Wimbledon – Season Review 2015/16


2015/16 – League One – End of Season Review

Last season we won promotion to League One as champions. This season… Consolidation!?

Sky Bet League One (stats)

Consolidation was the board’s minimum target, and to be honest I was looking for the same. Relegation wasn’t an option for me, and I knew we had a decent squad. We spent the first half of the season in the bottom half of the table with mediocre form, but a 1-0 win versus arch-rivals Franchise FC (MK Dons) was the catalyst to propel us into a decent mid-table position. What I didn’t expect is, with a handful of games to go, we had got into a position to have a shot at the playoffs! We started out well, closing the gap down to three points with three straight wins, but then we drew three and lost one of the last four games, the gap opened back up and the chance was gone. But considering we wasn’t even looking to reach mid-table, to get that close was a huge achievement!

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AFC Wimbledon – Season Review 2014/15


2014/15 – League Two – End of Season Review

Another season in League Two, but one we can be optimistic about. Last season we only just missed out on the playoffs, but this time we can do it!

Sky Bet League Two (stats)

This time around we told the board to expect a top half finish, but I was personally hoping to clinch a playoff place. We got some good players in, and spent most of the season in the top three. Even with our good form for most of the season, I was still pleasantly surprised that we won the league. Something we need to work on is scoring goals though, as we scored quite a few goals less than the opposition, though we also conceded much less too.

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