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Our Kayakers! Kayaking across waters to make it to a chosen destination. Radar & Bootsie from Milton Keynes kayaked from MK Stadium all the way to Fulham FC in time for the MK Dons V Fulham match in April. Incredible!

MK Dons players celebrate their second goal during the English League Cup second round football match between Milton Keynes Dons and Manchester United at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, north of London, on August 26, 2014.

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Andreas Pereira of Manchester United in action during the Capital One Cup second round match between MK Dons and Manchester United at Stadium mk on August 26, 2014 in Milton Keynes, England

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Manchester United's Dutch manager Louis van Gaal (R) leaves the dug-out after the English League Cup second round football match between Milton Keynes Dons and Manchester United at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, north of London, on August 26, 2014. Manchester United sank to new depths on Tuesday when they crashed out of the League Cup in the second round following a 4-0 defeat at third-division Milton Keynes Dons.

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Manager Louis van Gaal of Manchester United looks dejected with assistant Ryan Giggs during the Capital One Cup Second Round match between MK Dons and Manchester United at Stadium mk on August 26, 2014 in Milton Keynes, England.

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from BBC Sport

Fulham 2-1 Milton Keynes Dons

Moussa Dembele and Ross McCormack were the goalscorers in Fulham's first win in seven games beating MK Dons 2-1 to ease the Cottagers relegation worries

from the Guardian

David Conn on the rise of AFC Wimbledon, now just one promotion away from the Football League

Kris Stewart – Socialist political activist who was the founding chairman of AFC Wimbledon after the original Wimbledon FC was sold and moved to Milton Keynes, pioneering the notion of fan owned and run clubs in reaction to corporate takeovers. The team were promoted 5 times in 9 years and were the first club founded in the 21st century to compete in the Football League.

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There are 12 professional football clubs located on or very close to the Overground network - and so is Wembley. Clapham Junction is also a gateway for travelling fans the south coast and as far afield as Exeter and Milton Keynes. For Selhurst Park, the home of Crystal Palace FC (pictured) make a beeline for Norwood Junction.