New striker on Bradford challenge
Gary Alexander says that Wimbledon’s players owe their fans a big performance against Bradford City tomorrow after two successive defeats.
man. If we can all rally around together then come April we can celebrate having survived in League 2.th we had a better away support than I have seen at bigger clubs. They have been fantastic since I have joined and hopefully they can help us by being our 12 “Up at Chesterfield last Saturday Speaking to Rob Cornell on Dons Player, Alexander who scored on his debut earlier this month against Burton Albion (picture above by John Patrick Fletcher), said:
“It is the stage of the season now though when there can be no ifs or buts. We need to start winning games and the last two performances from us as players have not been good enough. “
The striker hopes his experience can be a big help for Wimbledon in the coming months after he joined on loan from Crawley just before the transfer window deadline.
“We have some experienced players now in the dressing room and the squad has to stick together,” he added. “There is no point slaughtering each other and we have to encourage each other. I have played in these leagues for many a year and if I can help anyone out, on or off the pitch, then I am prepared to do that.
“Bradford are a good side. You do not get to a cup final and beat three Premier League teams along the way by being average. Hopefully, they will have one eye on their cup final and they slip up. In this league if you drop your game by five or 10 per cent then you will get beat. If that happens on Saturday, then we can emerge victorious.”
Dons Player subscribers can watch the full video interview with Gary Alexander on our premium site, along with the thoughts of Neal Ardley on Saturday’s Bradford challenge.