Mark Lewis discusses the Yellow & Blue 10-point plan on how to reaffirm the vision of the Dons Trust, and the role an ongoing series of online webinar debates has played in opening a dialogue about the key issues surrounding the club’s governance and objectives.
With the club returning to Plough Lane this season, two new, bespoke kits were designed to mark a monumental moment in football history. Marc Jones explains the thinking behind our new first and change shirts, how he came to be involved in the process, and how the launch videos were produced.
The 2019-20 League One season has been curtailed, with final league places determined by unweighted points-per-game. The decision confirms our place in the third tier for next season, but the delay in confirming arrangements has made forward planning very difficult. Glyn Hodges joins us to discuss the issues at hand.
It was announced last week that The Dons Trust had accepted an investment of £2.5m from businessman Nick Robertson in exchange for a 10 per cent share of AFCW plc. Here, Trust board member Ed Leek explains the nature of the investment, discusses what Nick brings to the club, and delivers an update on stadium financing.
The loss of four home match days, due to the outbreak of COVID-19, has restricted the club’s merchandise sales. On the podcast, retail manager Mat Haylock talks to Nick Draper and Stuart Deacons about the impact this has had on revenue, and how operations have changed to accommodate both the lockdown and the stadium move.