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English Football League - League Two

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Johnnie has strength in depth to call upon

Team news ahead of Saturday’s visit from Stockport

8 September 2023

Johnnie Jackson has Jack Currie back in contention and options to choose from for the visit of Stockport tomorrow afternoon, despite several absentees.

“Jack is fine,” said Johnnie after Friday’s final training session in the heat of New Malden. He came through the sixty minutes that we gave him against Stevenage, which was always the plan for Tuesday night, knowing that we had Lee Brown to bring on.

"Regardless of the result, that’s what we wanted to do with his rehab from the quad injury. He was out here training today and he feels fresh and good. He comes into our thoughts, and I’ve now got two good left backs to choose from.”

You can watch the full interview with Johnnie and a summary of the main points below.

Wins for both sides in the two fixtures last season, positions have kind of switched in the league table so far for this campaign. How do you view this meeting?

It's early days in the league and they haven’t had the greatest of starts, but I think they’ve got a really good squad. There’s some real quality in there amongst their ranks and I expect them to be right in the mix this season.

I’m not looking at the league, we’re in for a tough game. They’re a good side, well organised and they've got quality that can hurt you. If we’re not on it and come away from the levels and the standards that we’ve set ourselves, then we can come unstuck.

We feel like we’re in a good place and have attributes that can cause them problems. That’s what we’ll look to do at our place. We want to get after them and set the tone.


Great to see Jake Reeves and Armani Little working outdoors. Have we got a timescale for them yet?

They’re out on the grass and doing their running, so they’ve started their rehab. They are getting closer, and we want them back as soon as possible.

We lost our two first choice centre-mids – these boys were the heartbeat of our team in the early part of the season. The quicker we can get them back, then we’ve got five good midfielders competing for two spots. Then we’ve got real competition on our hands.

James Ball and Morgan Williams have come in and done great. We’ve also got Charlie Lakin in now, so we’ve got options.


We’re also missing Connor Evans and Joe Lewis, because of the terms of their loans from Stockport. Joe, in particular, has done well for us, so how will we cope without the pair?

We’re delighted with Joe. He’s very much a part of what we want to do and I think he’s a bit gutted he can’t play. It’s the same with Connor. He’s just joined us and only had the little cameo at Newport so far.

He couldn’t play on Tuesday because he’d already played in the EFL Trophy this season. It’s been a stuttering start for him and he’s desperate to get going. Joe will be a loss to us, but we’ve got able deputies that will come in and hopefully with not too much disruption.

Coverage of the game with our Radio WDON team will be available on iFollow Dons.

Photos: Pro Sports Images.  

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Match Reports

Unbeaten league run comes to an end

Defeat at the Cherry Red Records Stadium

9 September 2023

AFC Wimbledon saw our unbeaten league run come to an end on Saturday afternoon as Stockport County came away as 2-1 winners.

Josh Davison had initially put us ahead inside the first 15 minutes, as he bagged his first goal of the season, however it was an advantage that we failed to build on as the visitors bit back in the second-half.

Clinical finishes from Louie Barry and Will Collar turned the game on its head as we pushed hard to come away with a point late on.

Despite our efforts it wasn’t to be, as we tasted defeat for the first time in League Two this season.

Johnnie Jackson made seven changes to the side that drew 1-1 against Stevenage in midweek as Alex Bass, Lee Brown, Ryan Johnson, James Tilley, Josh Neufville, James Ball and Isaac Ogundere were all restored to the starting eleven.

This saw Nik Tzanev, Ryan McLean, Ethan Sutcliffe, Jack Currie, Morgan Williams and Aron Sasu join the returning Omar Bugiel on the bench.

The first 15 minutes passed without incident as the two sides exchanged corners. Alex Pearce then had to be on high alert to dive full length and head a dangerous cross clear.

Things didn’t stay quiet for long as the Dons took the lead from a corner. Tilley whipped the delivery into the area, with Josh Davison having the simple task of prodding home for his first goal of the season.

Our number nine was on the hunt for a second soon after as he moved inside before seeing his effort well held by Ben Hinchcliffe. This set us up well for the second-half as we looked to push home our advantage.

However we were struck with a blow just five minutes into the half as Stockport found an equaliser. The ball was given away cheaply, allowing the visitors to counter attack and find Barry who finished well into the far corner.

Tilley was at his creative best again as he drilled a pinpoint pass out to Neufville, with our number 11 cutting inside and shooting just wide of the far post. It would be the away side that took the lead, a low cross making its way into the area for Collar to finish high into the net.

Nine minutes of stoppage time were shown as we pushed hard to take something from the game. The golden chance fell to Tilley in the final seconds of added on time, however the winger couldn’t quite guide his effort inside the post after dancing past two challenges. 

AFC Wimbledon: Alex Bass, Lee Brown (Jack Currie), Ryan Johnson, James Tilley, Harry Pell (Omar Bugiel), Josh Davison, Josh Neufville (Aron Sasu), Alex Pearce (Ethan Sutcliffe), James Ball, Charlie Lakin (Morgan Williams), Isaac Ogundere

Attendance: 7,607 (645 away)

PICS: Carlton Myrie (Pro Sports Images)

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Don't miss out! High demand for Saturday Showdown

Book in advance via our online ticket shop

6 September 2023

It's only three days until Johnnie Jackson's men are next back in action on home turf - and there's been high demand to watch the Dons!

We've sold over 7,000 tickets already for the visit of Stockport County - and a victory could mean that we move into the top-three in League Two.

Though we're at an early stage of the season, Wimbledon's performances so far have certainly created a real feel-good factor - and your support can help lift the Dons to greater heights.

But we recommend acting quickly to guarantee your seat as tickets are selling fast. 

The visitors will be bringing a sizeable away following to our stadium, so make sure you join us to create that fantastic atmosphere which we've become accustomed to since moving back home.

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Make your matchday extra special on Saturday.

Following a pre-match meal in one of our fantastic lounges, watch all the match action from a padded seat with a breathtaking view at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

We'll also have a special guest for Saturday with former Dons player and coach Alan Reeves popping along to meet supporters in our hospitality lounges.

Book for Saturday - and for all our other matches this season - by accessing our Seat Unique Hospitality website.

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