In Deo Fidemus we know our history,yet we embrace change-Hello from the real Brighton
Posh? i'd say a non clock watcher,an early riser,creator of ones own fortune,a grafter,a clever dick,an inheritor,a late home type,one that makes sacrifice,gifted maybe.
Wimbledon were fairly shoddily treated by Merton borough council, but Winkleman's motivation was not to throw a lifeline to Wimbledon, he was out to steal a football club from it's community for the benefit of his own development plans. His consortium had approached a number of other clubs before he picked off Wimbledon: He tried Luton and QPR. He even wanted Palace. A fate I can't bring myself to wish on even their fans.
People won't let it drop because it was wrong. It doesn't get less wrong the longer ago it was. This seems evidenced by the FA making sure that it has never happened again. I seem to remember that they subsequently changed their rules. When we were looking for a permanent home FA rules required that our site was within a set distance from Brighton & Hove.
As for all this willy waving about crowd sizes, Wimbledon never got big crowds so of course that isn't a fair comparison between them and us. I'll say it again, I believe any grudge people have should be directed at the FA (even though the rules have now been changed so it's a bit pointless).
As for Winkelman, don't really know the guy but maybe had Merton facilitated the return of the club then maybe a shitty area of Wimbledon might have seen the development that now surrounds stadium MK. I'm not going to lose any sleep over him or MK Dons.
Part of the joy of supporting football (IMO) is winding up opposition fans so MK Dong fans have succeeded. People should have just ignored them.