Boss aims to utilise loan signing as a winger
will add “something different” to Wimbledon’s attacking options by adding more power on the flanks.Kaid Mohamedbelieves that Neal Ardley
Kaid, who played a pivotal role in Wimbledon’s Football League promotion with crucial goals during the 2010/11 run-in, has become accustomed to playing as a wide-man in recent years and that’s where he will be deployed after joining on loan from Port Vale.
has been playing on the left, but it’s not his natural position.George Francomb has been doing a great job out there and Luke Moore is on fire at the moment on the right-wing, but I wanted more pace on the left side. George Porter could be out until January, we started looking because we are a little bit thin in that area. Chris ArthurNeal said: “Once we realised
“We wanted a bit more pace and power on that side and players such as Kaid do not become available too often. Kaid comes with a lot of experience and pedigree. We are not weak in the centre-forward area. If we have George down one wing and Kaid on the other side we are certainly adding something different.”