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Dons v Charlton

“May you live in interesting times” (Chinese proverb) It’s been an interesting ride so far hasn’t it?  Life as a supporter of the Milton Keynes Dons very rarely offers much in the way of mid-table obscurity, or anything that could be described as being even remotely run of the mill. This might go on a … Read more

All I Want Is A Team Of Lewingtons

If you include the caretakers, we’ve had ten managers since the Dons moved to Milton Keynes in 2003.  With the possible exception of Winkie’s fashion sense, there has been just one consistent feature throughout all of those managers tenure, and that is Dean Lewington.  In an age where the idea of a one-club player is … Read more

The Trip to Kingston

Just a couple of points from me in the run up to the trip to Kingston. First of all, while I completely understand the many reasons why a lot of our usual away travellers will be giving this one a miss, I’d urge you to think again.  Not going to a match is a difficult … Read more

It’s Armitage Shanks Memorial Clock Time Once Again

Armitage Shanks Memorial Clock

Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun?  It’s been a while since we had a visit from the Kingston lot, as you can see from the clock above.  It should be pointed out that the clock wasn’t reset after their last visit, as apparently the handful they bought with them for the JPT match were … Read more

Underachievers

Back in the mid-80’s, Primal Scream weren’t the tripped-out ecstacy heads than made Screamadelica. No. What they were was a poor man’s MC5, churning out sub-stones nonsense to a Britain that couldn’t care less.They slogged around the toilet sized gig circuit, playing their Detroit infused boogie to basically themselves and their mates. And even their … Read more

Thanks For Everything Robbo!

Robbo - one of us

Though I was hoping that he’d be given more time to turn the current run of results around, it wasn’t to be, and as of this afternoon, Robbo has left the club.  There’ll be lots of opportunities to look forward, and talk about what happens next, but for now I just want to take a few minutes to … Read more

Gers On Sunday, The Second Coming

Gers on Sunday

All of the following statements are true… Brexit is good for the exchange rate. Trump will make an excellent leader of the free world. Under Corbyn, Labour are an effective opposition. Pete Winkleman has nothing but what’s good for Milton Keynes at his heart, despite what others may tell you. Karl Robinson can see the … Read more

Making Your Mind Up – What Do You Really Want?

Make Your Mind Up - What Do You Want?

What do you want from your football club?  Serious question, and one that we all need to be asking ourselves right now, because a selection of our fanbase are currently in danger of forcing Winkie into a decision that we would come to regret in years to come. There’s been a minority of fans calling for Robbo’s head … Read more

So Long and Thanks For All The Fish – For Now at Least

The MooCamp Radio Show Says Farewell

After three seasons of shows, guests aplenty and more fun than we have any right to have shared, it’s with a mix of sadness and relief that I have to announce that The MooCamp Radio Show has come to an end. There are a number of reasons for it, but the main factors are a mix of … Read more

Gers on Sunday – Now’s the time to say goodbye?

Scary Clowns Earlier Today

It’s Goodnight From Me, And It’s Goodnight From Him In the week that plucky underdogs Leicester romped to their first ever Premiere League championship, we basically imploded in spectacular fashion, and I’m not just talking about on the pitch. There’s little point in pouring over the faults once again. To be quite frank I’m sick … Read more