Cambridge United have been praised by supporters for their risky questions about Milton Keynes Dons in the matchday programme.
Fans posted photos on social media, with one of them writing “The Cambridge United programme quiz v MK Dons today isn’t dicking around” along with his picture he had taken.
Questions asked about “The MK Dons” were, “In which year were MK Dons formed?”, “Which club are the original Dons” and lastly, “What did MK Dons have to give back to Wimbledon in 2007?”
The Cambridge United programme quiz v MK Dons today isn’t dicking around pic.twitter.com/dFd9yaYA7F
— Matt Ramsay (@ramsaymatt) October 13, 2018
The tweet went on to be liked over 5,000 times and received nearly 1,500 retweets.
Last year, AFC Wimbledon were charged by the English Football League for not using Milton Keynes Dons’ full name on their scoreboard…
— Football League Zone (@TheFLZone) March 14, 2017
AFC Wimbledon's website refusing to put the MK Dons badge anywhere on their website. pic.twitter.com/8gsh6pTMed
— Ball Street (@BallStreet) September 21, 2017
And lastly, their matchday programme…
Never seen a football Programme cover like this. No team names on front. AFC Wimbledon refuse to acknowledge MK Dons. pic.twitter.com/NxwLXgCyPF
— Chris Slegg (@ChrisSlegg) March 14, 2017
After seeing the photo, some other supporters felt the need to give their own answers and questions, and they didn’t hold back. However there were a select few, who felt that it was time to move on – check out that reaction on the next page.
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