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Porter "terrifies" them

12 November 2013

Full-backs running scared says vice-captain

is on his side because he says the flying winger’s recent form has been a nightmare for opposition full-backs.George Porter is glad that Barry FullerDons vice-captain

Fuller, an ever-present in Wimbledon’s League 2 games this season, has helped create a formidable right-side for the Dons this season by providing a solid base for Porter to work his magic.

On-loan Burnley winger Porter had arguably his best match in a Wimbledon shirt in the 3-1 FA Cup defeat against Coventry and Fuller says his display was one of several positives on the night.

for the first goal.Michael Smith“George wants to get on that score-sheet, but full-backs must be terrified of him with the way that he has been playing in the last few weeks,” said Fuller. “George also showed that end product against Coventry by setting up

“We need to roll our sleeves up now for the next game, but we can take a lot of positives from our performance. We dominated about 80 per cent of the first-half and even in the second-half we kept going. To concede three goals in 13 minutes was a bitter pill to swallow, but we showed character to keep going until the end.”

, Fuller added that the visit of Portsmouth on Saturday is now a really big game for Wimbledon after that FA Cup defeat.Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on

“With the standards that I set for myself I should have done better with the cross for their second goal,” Fuller added. “But we have to get back to training and work on the things that we need to improve upon. It is a bigger game for us now against Portsmouth and that is our priority.

“We wanted to have a cup run, but now that has gone we need to put that behind us. We want to go on another good run now and get into the top-half of the table.”


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