That's the message from Wimbledon's captain
’s dazzling AFC Wimbledon return is a sign of things to come - and the speedy winger will improve significantly during his loan spell.Kaid Mohamedbelieves that Alan Bennett
Mohamed reintroduced himself to the Dons faithful in style with a swashbuckling wing display that inspired Wimbledon’s entertaining 4-0 win against Portsmouth on Saturday.
. Captain’s ViewBennett spoke in glowing terms about Mohamed, who he played with at Cheltenham Town, and this interview can be viewed on our YouTube channel by clicking on
“I congratulated Kaid (picture above by Paul Willatts) outside the dressing room,” said the Dons skipper. “It was a decent return because he won the penalty and made one goal in a 4-0 win. I have seen him do it time and time again at Cheltenham and he absolutely rips defenders apart. If he focuses and listens to our manager, who was a wide-man in his day, then Kaid’s game will come on in leaps and bounds.
“In training, the manager sets out ways of unlocking defences and if Kaid focuses, which I’m sure he will, then he can take his game on another few levels at this club.”
says that no one within the camp will be resting on their laurels ahead of a trip to lowly Bury on Saturday.Simon BasseyThough the Dons have moved up to ninth in League 2 – just two points off the play-off places – first-team coach
“Momentum is a big thing, but we move on now,” said Simon. “We don’t get too high after a victory or too low after a defeat. Through long hours on the training ground we are heading in the right direction. The consistency will come because the squad is gelling together lovely. We are only looking towards next weekend’s game at Bury and if we can produce an away performance similar to what we produced at Rochdale then that will be perfect for us.”
to view our earlier announcement.coach details There are still places left on the supporters’ coach for Saturday’s trip to Bury. Click on