Wimbledon News Review – December 2005

Booze ban for town centre12:31pm Friday 9th December
Street drinking could be banned in Wimbledon town centre as the council has declared zero tolerance on drunkenness and antisocial behaviour in the rowdy heart of SW19.

Slasher caught at last12:35pm Friday 9th December
A thug who slashed a man across the face with a knife and then went on the run in south London has been caught.

Plaque to mark rotten schooldays 12:34pm Friday 9th December
Three miserable months at a boarding school in Wimbledon had a profound influence on one of the world’s great philosophers and now English Heritage has erected a blue plaque to commemorate Arthur Schopenhauer’s time in the town.

FOOTBALL: Hastings United 2 Met Police 1 1:18pm Friday 9th December
Having recently sacked former Everton and Wales goalkeeper Neville Southall as manager and without a win in their last six matches, Hastings were desperate for a win.

Fowler is sacrificed by ruthless Dons 5:30pm Thursday 8th December
AFC Wimbledon could have a new striker in place for Saturday’s trip to Hendon after boss Dave Anderson ruthlessly axed Matt Fowler.

FOOTBALL: Kingstonian 1 Ramsgate 1 4:56pm Thursday 8th December
Ian McDonald’s Kingstonian salvaged a point with a 1-1 draw against high-flying Ramsgate at Kingsmeadow on Saturday.