Will Nightingale, Jack Rudoni and Ryan Longman were on target as AFC Wimbledon beat 10-man Town 3-0 at Plough Lane to record their first ever victory over the Blues. Nightingale headed in the opener on 21, Rudoni nodded home the second four minutes later, then in the 28th minute Josh Harrop was shown a straight red card for a late challenge. Sub Longman added the third in the 86th minute to complete a thoroughly miserable evening for Town.
Published yesterday at 08:36 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Goals from Will Nightingale and Jack Rudoni on 21 and 25 minutes have given AFC Wimbledon a 2-0 half-time lead over the Blues, who are down to 10 men after Josh Harrop was shown a straight red card.
Published yesterday at 07:36 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Boss Paul Cook believes Tuesday evening's game at AFC Wimbledon will define the Blues’ season.
Published last Monday at 01:41 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Manager Paul Cook says the Blues players to “step up to the plate a lot more than they have been doing” if they want to stay at the club ahead of what he believes will be exciting times under the Blues new ownership.
Published last Monday at 12:21 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Boss Paul Cook admits that the Blues’ takeover came as a surprise to him last week but believes there are “very, very exciting times” ahead for Town under “fantastic new owners”.
Published last Monday at 10:31 am on TWTD.co.uk
Midfielder Tristan Nydam was delighted to make his return to senior action as a sub in yesterday’s 0-0 home draw with the MK Dons, two years to the day since his last competitive first-team game.
Published last Sunday at 11:21 am on TWTD.co.uk
Highlights of yesterday's 0-0 home draw with the MK Dons via the club's YouTube channel.
Published last Sunday at 09:11 am on TWTD.co.uk
First-team coach Matt Gill admits that new of Town’s takeover came as a surprise to him when it was announced on Wednesday but says it’s exciting and a massive thing for the club. Gill was asked to cover the post-match press conference by manager Paul Cook, who also skipped Friday’s pre-match meeting with the media.
Published last Saturday at 06:36 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Town recorded their third 0-0 draw in four matches as the first game under their new ownership ended in a stalemate with the MK Dons at Portman Road. Sub Freddie Sears went closest for the Blues in the second half when he looped an effort wide with visiting keeper Andrew Fisher out of his goal.
Published last Saturday at 05:06 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Town’s home game against the MK Dons remains 0-0 at half-time with both sides having come close to breaking the deadlock just before half-time.
Published last Saturday at 04:01 pm on TWTD.co.uk