Fans of AFC Wimbledon had hoped never to meet the Milton Keynes club and there was talk of a boycott before supporters' group Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association decided against it.
What does WISA stand for?
WISA stands for Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association
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- World Interact System (company, Budapest Hungary)
- Worldwide Industrial Seaming
- Writers in Schools (various locations)
- Wroclaw International School (Poland)
- WWMCCS Information System
- Waite Institute Students' Association (University of Adelaide, Australia)
- Water Institute of Southern Africa
- Web Information Systems and Applications
- West Indies States Association
- What If Scenario Analysis
- Wireless Internet Service Architecture
- Wireless Sensor and Actuator
- Women in Science Award
- Worldwide Institute of Software Architects
- Wisconsin Independent School Athletic Association (now defunct)
- Wisconsin Association for Behavior Analysis (established 2004)
- WWMCCS Information System Analysis Information Management System
- Waste Isolation Safety System Analysis Program
- Wisconsin Search and Rescue
- Weather Identification System-Azimuth and Ranging Detection
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association (WISA) claim MK Dons "stole" their club's place in the Football League but have decided against boycotting the fixture.
The Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association claim MK Dons "stole" their club's place in the Football League but have decided against a boycott.
Mr Hammam has already told one trust member he would not be giving any money back - but Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association (WISA) still plans to make a formal request.
But the Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association, who are outraged at the proposed move, insisted they were not to blame for this latest setback.
In response, the Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association (WISA) is demanding Koppel's resignation, and is also seeking legal advice.
Marc Jones, of Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association, said: "All the club is bothered about at the moment is the move to Milton Keynes.