I would add to this, I imagine your fans are more put out on being knocked out of the play-offs than ours due to the size of the clubs and expectations. You have a long and rich history, and get massive crowds. We’ve been around 20 years and get crowds half the size of
yours. You probably feel Wednesday are in decline, having been relegated, whereas we feel we are on an upward trajectory. Hone crowds are increasing, we are taking more to away games, our atmosphere is getting better (I know haha soulless bowl who did you support before 2004) and the passion for MK Dons is definitely on the rise.
we are a club that is currently very connected, we are all moving as one and there is a really good feel around the place, which makes not getting promotion easier. I don’t think you lot are on the same boat, you finished just below us in the league but I think our fans enjoyed it a lot more this season than yours did. Wednesday fans seem a little against eachother and there is a clear split between people who like the manager and want him out. We don’t have that, we all love all the players and the manager, something we haven’t done for about 5 years.
after the start to the season we had, with the snake Martin leaving, nobody would have thought we would have finished one point off automatics, especially with a completely unknown manager we had plucked from the Belgian second division. We’ve done exceptionally well this season, as you lot have too, even if you don’t see it that way. Promotion is hard, but we both got to the play-offs and that’s a hell of an achievement, even if we couldn’t meet at Wembley.
we’ll both go again next season, maybe with new managers, maybe with completely different squads. Expectations will be high, but that’s what it’s all about