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Dons to make Tilley decision close to kick-off

Top scorer has trained this week

29 September 2023

Johnnie Jackson will make a late call to decide if our top scorer James Tilley is fit enough to face Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.

The attacking midfielder has scored eight goals in his 11 appearances so far this season since his summer arrival from Crawley Town. However, he missed last week’s 3-1 victory at Walsall with a dead leg.

“Hopefully he’ll be involved,” said Johnnie. "We’ll look at how he’s come through training this week. Do we get him back involved? Is he one for the bench? That’s a decision closer to kick-off we’ll have to make.

“We were disappointed he had to miss out last week. Connor Evans proved to be an able deputy, but ‘Tills’ has been a really important player for us.”


Johnnie yet again has the luxury of a near fully fit squad to pick from, but with that comes an increasing selection headache.

“I keep saying it’s not only a really difficult 11 to pick, but a difficult 18 to name too,” said Johnnie. “We’re having to leave good players out and that’s the difficult part of the job for me.

“Those conversations have been really tough because the intensity in training has been really good. Everyone wants to play and is making a case to be included. Those that are in the team know they’ve got to put a shift in, because there’s someone ready to take your place - that’s what breeds competition. Some people have got to miss out, but that’s football.”


“The clear weeks – the ones where you don’t have a midweek fixture - are really good, because you can really focus on the work you are doing on the grass. You can have a real intensity about the sessions and go in-depth, whereas Friday is a lighter session.

“It’s also important for recovery and the time on the grass is minimal. We’ve utilised the week well, we’ve got a lot of work in and worked on things that Tranmere will do. The boys are ready.”

Johnnie will know his opposite number in the technical area very well. Nigel Adkins took over the role as manager of Tranmere on an interim basis recently and although second from bottom, they beat Accrington Stanley 2-0 in their last outing.

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“Nigel is someone I know very well, having worked with him at my last club,” said Johnnie. “He’ll have his team right at it, set up well and difficult to beat.

“It wasn’t the longest of stints we had together at Charlton, but I learnt a lot off him in a short space of time.

“He stepped away from management for a while, but came back into it. He has so much experience in the game, but hopefully we still have some secrets and something up our sleeve for him!

“I’ve seen the game against Accrington and they played really well that day, there’s no 'gimmes' in this league. They made a poor start, but with a change of manager it’s had an immediate effect. We’re at home and we want to take the game to them.

“I think we’ve been playing well at home, but the wins haven’t come yet. I think it’s really important, off the back of last week, that we go for back-to-back victories. It doesn’t matter where we pick the points up though, we just want to get on a run now and build momentum. The way you get up the table is by consolidating.”

You can listen to full coverage of the game with our Radio WDON team on iFollow Dons.

Photos: Pro Sports Images.

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Round off September with the Dons – buy now for Tranmere match

Snap-up a ticket for final Wimbledon game this month

20 September 2023

The Dons complete this month with a home match versus Tranmere on Saturday 30 September – and your support can help Johnnie Jackson’s men to an important victory.

After coming tantalisingly close to a first home league win of the 2023/24 campaign, our boys in yellow and blue will be aiming to secure that elusive three-point haul in SW17.

We’ve had fantastic support so far this season, so make sure you join us to help create an electric atmosphere at the Cherry Red Records Stadium once again! 

Don’t miss out on guaranteeing your seat for the Dons versus Tranmere – snap-up your ticket today by clicking on the link below.

Tranmere Tickets

Tickets are also on sale for our two October home games – Bradford on Saturday 14 October and Accrington on Tuesday 24 October. Book your seat now via the links below.




It’s THE ultimate way to enjoy the Wimbledon matchday experience!

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.

If you’ve not sampled our fantastic hospitality service, it’s an ideal way to mark a celebration, or simply to treat family and friends. Alternatively, you can entertain business clients by showing them the way to Plough Lane!

Book for the Tranmere match, or for other matches this season, by accessing our Seat Unique Hospitality website.



We’re counting down the days until an event that will raise valuable funds for our AFC Wimbledon Foundation.

Taking place before the Tranmere game, there’s still time to sign-up for the challenge – a yellow and blue parade through Wimbledon that ends at our stadium in time for the big game.

Click on the link below for more information.

Wombles Walk

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