AFC Wimbledon finished the season with nothing to play for but will look back on the 2014-15 as a campaign of much-needed stability.

There’s no play-offs to look forward to in the coming days but Dons supporters were glad to avoid a repeat of their previous relegation scraps.

It did appear that Neal Ardley’s men were capable of making the end-of-season shootout at one stage but a lack of results on the road, not to mention goals, ultimately cost them.

Matt Tubbs was a fantastic summer loan signing for the Dons but he was never properly replaced when he swapped Wimbledon for Portsmouth in January.

Tubbs’ exit, much like with the loss of Michael Smith a year earlier, was perhaps the key moment and Ardley’s boys failed to win an away game again after the striker left.

There were of course major highlights along the way as Liverpool came to town and Milton Keynes were defeated, however the Dons boss was left wondering what might’ve been.

“This season has been disappointing in some ways,” Ardley reflected. “That is my personal view and I know everyone will have their different opinions.

“I don’t feel that we got what we deserved with the performance levels we produced.

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“It has been hard because since the transfer window closed we knew we couldn’t get any more loans in.

“We tried to work hard to be a productive, attacking team.

“We have been the better team in our games recently, but it comes down to both boxes.

“That is why we haven’t picked up an extra 10 points.”

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