Interview with man of the match
Curtis Haynes-Brown thanked the Wimbledon medical team for helping him through a tough time after he finally made his home debut yesterday.
The on-loan Yeovil left-back’s debut three weeks ago ended with him stretchered off and kept in overnight at Bradford Royal Infirmary after he suffered concussion in the match at Valley Parade. Our club physio Mike Rayner played a key role in helping through that and after being nursed back to full fitness, Curtis returned against Rochdale and was awarded the man of the match.
Speaking to Dons Player, Curtis said: “Immediately after what happened I was getting headaches, but since the headaches have gone I have completed my recovery by being back training with Yeovil and with Wimbledon on Thursday and Friday. The Wimbledon physio really helped looked after me and I must thank him and the people at Yeovil for getting me back.
“I got man of the match, but there were other contenders who could have got it as we showed a good team spirit in the second-half. Certain things did not go for us during the game, but we could have got something at the end. Torquay will be a tough game, but if we show the spirit that we did in the second-half today then we can achieve something.”
The full interview with Curtis can be viewed on Dons Player.