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The boss on Seb's loan deal

20 February 2013

Neal Ardley believes Seb can come back a better keeper

Neal Ardley says that Seb Brown deserves a chance to show that he can recapture his best after the goalkeeper was loaned out to Woking.

Speaking to Dons Player, the Wimbledon manager said: “Players need to play games. We know that Seb had a dip in confidence earlier this season, but he has worked extremely hard on his game in training. Seb deserves a chance to go and out and put that into practice now. Hopefully, this will give him a stage to show what a good goalkeeper that he is.”

 The 23-year-old (pictured) has joined Woking on an initial one-month loan deal and he joined in time to make his debut in last night’s 2-0 defeat at Barrow. Seb, who played such a crucial role in helping Wimbledon to promotion back to the Football League, links up once again with another of the club’s play-off heroes Brett Johnson. 

Dons Player subscribers can watch a video interview with Neal Ardley on our premium site and we will feature an in-depth interview with last night's goalscorer Alan Bennett  later on today.

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