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Terry relishing renewing rivalry again

Assistant knows what it’ll take to overcome Weymouth in a replay

15 November 2022

Our Assistant Manager Terry Skiverton can draw upon his experiences with former club Yeovil, as we aim to see off non-league Weymouth at the second attempt tonight.

The vast majority of Terry’s playing career and in the dugout was spent with the Somerset club - and he’s sampled derby encounters with our visitors from Dorset this evening. A win for the Dons would book another tie at home to Chesterfield in the second round of the FA Cup.


“I’ve got inside information on Weymouth, because of the close rivalry with Yeovil Town.” said Terry. “It took a replay when I was at Yeovil last season to beat Weymouth and it went to penalties. It was a real tight, tense affair.

“Me being at Yeovil before, they were the greatest giant killers. They took the most scalps of league teams, so I know what it’s like on the other side of the coin. They’ll be coming here looking to cause an upset and we need to make sure that we stand up and fight and take the game to them.  

“When you go to those little grounds, ones that are really tight and the supporters are all packed in, these were factors that we maybe didn’t take into account in that first game, because it was difficult to defend. In the first half we were very comfortable, but in the second half we were very uncomfortable. The lads knew we got away with one.”


While we’ll be without defender Chris Gunter, who is now away with Wales on World Cup duty, we will welcome back joint top scorer Ayoub Assal from a one-game suspension.  

“With the confidence and the run that we’ve been on, the boys are all really buoyant,” said Terry. “Ayoub comes straight back into the squad. We’ve got Alex Pearce and George Marsh back and there’s one or two that maybe back in the next month or so. Things are looking good.  

“We really want to put on a good performance at home for the fans, under the lights. As we know, it’s special there when you get a good atmosphere at Plough Lane. There’s no better feeling than winning there, anywhere else up and down the country doesn’t come close to that!  

“We’ve had to adjust and think as to what the supporters want, and they want to see us get towards the box a lot quicker. I feel that the way we’re doing that, we’re giving them something to get behind early. We want to get the supporters going.”

SF_AFC_WIMBLEDON_DONCASTER_ROVERS_13_AUG_2022_077.JPGIn an extensive interview, Terry also spoke about the imminent return of Brentford loanee Nathan Young-Coombes. We’re also monitoring closely the development of striker Zach Robinson, on a season-long loan to Dundee.

“I’ve been having dialogue with Steven Pressley, Brentford’s Head of Individual Development, on a regular basis about the players we’ve got on loan from there. Nathan is champing at the bit; he’s been here at the last few games. He’s very, very close to returning and we can’t wait for him to be back in the building. He’ll be a welcome return.”

Pics: Pro Sports Images.

You can see the full, in-depth interview with Assistant Manager Terry Skiverton below, via the link to our official YouTube channel.

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Match Reports

Ethan’s double helps Dons through

A 3-1 victory in the replay

15 November 2022

Wimbledon eventually saw off a brave Weymouth side as three second-half goals sent us on our way to place in the FA Cup second round.

A lacklustre first-half was followed up by three goals after half-time as Ayoub Assal’s opener was added to by an impressive double from Ethan Chislett after the latter stepped off the bench.

The Terras did get a deserved consolation though Brad Ash for their efforts as part of a spirited display that will no doubt serve them well for the rest of the season.

As for the Dons, our unbeaten run has been extended to eight games across all competitions as we continue to build momentum heading towards the back end of the month.

Johnnie Jackson made numerous changes to the team which drew 0-0 against Salford City with the likes of Nathan Broome, Isaac Ogundere, Alex Pearce, David Fisher, George Marsh and Assal all coming into the side. Meanwhile Huseyin Biler and Luke Jenkins were added to the list of substitutes.  

The Terras were backed by a vocal travelling support and applied some early pressure, leading to a shot from Ash that Broome saved comfortably. Up the other end Assal came close to catching our former keeper Zaki Oualah out at his near post.

Weymouth then came even closer as Broome palmed an initial effort from Keelan O’Connell before Tom Blair somehow cleared the crossbar with the rebound from barely five yards out.

Biler replaced the injured Jack Currie after half an hour and quickly made an impact as his cross was headed over by Harry Pell.

Xander McBurnie then struck the top of the crossbar from distance as the Dons got away with some slack play again. Josh Davison then had a shot blocked as we looked to make a breakthrough just shy of half-time.

Nevertheless we did take the lead soon after the break as Assal found his scoring touch once again. A free-kick was taken quickly with our number 10 being played through into the area, allowing him to fire into the far corner.

Broome was then called into action again as he tipped Akheem Rose’s powerful effort over the bar with Weymouth looking to hit back straight away.

Assal was then involved again as his cross found Pell who in turn headed the ball into the path of substitute Chislett who tapped home with his first touch of the game.

Our South African midfielder then doubled his tally barely a minute later as he fired in an effort that kissed the right-hand post on its way in.

Davison then had another shot blocked as we pushed for a fourth in the final 20 minutes of the tie. However it was the visitors who would find the net next as Ash headed home at the far post.

In the end our second-half treble proved to be enough as we progress to the next round for a tie at home to National League Chesterfield.

AFC Wimbledon: Nathan Broome, George Marsh (Alfie Bendle), Harry Pell, Josh Davison, Ayoub Assal (Courtney Senior), Ryley Towler, Alex Pearce (Paul Kalambayi), Paris Maghoma, Jack Currie (Huseyin Biler), David Fisher (Ethan Chislett), Isaac Ogundere

PICS: Ian Stephen (Pro Sports Images)


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Priority window open for FA Cup replay tickets

Details confirmed for Weymouth match

9 November 2022

After toppling the league leaders in swashbuckling fashion, Dons fans don't have to wait long for another exciting midweek home match!

Our Emirates FA Cup replay versus Weymouth is scheduled for Tuesday 15 November (7.45 pm kick-off), offering an opportunity for us to add another memorable chapter to our remarkable story in this competition.

The priority window is now open until 12 noon on Thursday for Season Ticket and Debenture holders to book their usual seats.

These seats will be reserved, but you will have to log-in to your online account first to be able to purchase your usual place. Once you are logged in, please go to the ‘Ticket Reservations’ tab on the right hand side of the page to reserve your seat, or on the “my account” tab if using your mobile/tablet.

Following the end of the first priority window, Stadium + members and Dons Trust + members can purchase seats from 12 noon until 4.00 pm on Thursday.

In this window, ST holders who wish to purchase additional seats, close to your friends or family, can do so by selecting ‘Personal Offer’ after you log-in to your account.

If you can’t see your reservation after going through this process, or have any other issues, please e-mail .

Debenture holders without a season ticket should also e-mail us if they want us to add on their reservation to purchase their ticket.

We fully appreciate that the deadlines are tight for reserving your seat, but we had to reach agreement on the fixture date and ticket prices before announcing full details.

FA Cup tickets will go on general sale from 4 pm on Thursday.

Tickets for all supporters will be at the following prices:

  • Adults £15
  • Concessions £10
  • Under-18s £5

Season Ticket holders are reminded that they will need to download/print tickets from their accounts, in contrast to when they attend league matches.


If you fancy treating yourself on the night, we’ve got the perfect way for you to enjoy the game – by snapping up a hospitality ticket!

The two options are as follows:

  • £45 for Platinum Lounge and two course meal
  • £30 for flexi ticket (seat only) in the Silver Lounge.

Book your place now on our Seat Unique website . For any queries, e-mail .

Wheelchair/ambulant disabled fans

Please e-mail  if you are a Season Ticket holder or in one of the priority groups and you can’t book your seat online. You should also let us know if you need us to allocate a companion seat for you.

Away supporters

Weymouth fans will also be able to buy from 4pm on Thursday. Tickets will be available from our online ticket shop . Away fans will be accomodated in the the Cherry Red Records (North) Stand, so please make sure you select your seat in this section.  

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