As a football team, Wimbledon FC represented the last mob in town. Having hurtled through the amateur divisions into English football's top flight during a ten year run from 1976 to 1986, 'The Crazy Gang' assaulted the game's elite and cracked heads with a spirit that too often resembled a kamikaze attack. Anybody brave enough to stand in their way was quickly elbowed aside in a long-ball stampede towards First Division security and, later, the most shocking FA Cup Final upset in memory when Wimbledon steamrollered Liverpool in 1987. But by the turn of the 21st century, financial turmoil had long consigned 'The Crazy Gang' to painful memory. The Bulldog Club reveals, for the first time, what really happened during their bloody rise to notoriety and messy tumble from superstar status.