Wimbledon Under-21s earn win against Aldershot
maintained his prolific form for Wimbledon Under-21s on Tuesday by helping the Dons to victory against Aldershot.Tom Beere
minute and that opener provided the platform for a 2-1 home victory.thBeere, who was an unused substitute for the first-team at Morecambe on Saturday, put the finishing touch to a well-worked short corner routine in the 35
to deny Aldershot from snatching a draw.Oluseyi Daley came close to notching a third for Wimbledon, but the hosts needed impressive defending from Harry Cooksley getting on the end of his free-kick for Wimbledon’s second. Ryan SweeneyThen Beere turned provider in the second-half with
has been pleased with the progress of his young squad so far this season and he hopes they can maintain their form with bigger challenges to come. Wimbledon’s youngsters face QPR in the Under-21 Premier League Cup on Tuesday, 5 November (7.00 pm start at Woking FC).Shaun NorthUnder-21 Development Coach
were on the bench for the first-team on Saturday, but the manager has been fantastic in letting them play for us.”Charlie Fayers“We have played consistently now for eight or nine weeks with games on a regular basis,” said Shaun. “I have been very pleased. Tom and
AFC Wimbledon Under-21s: Jordan Knight, Kieron Tarbie, Charlie Fayers, Oluseyi Daley, Ryan Sweeney, Tom Beere (Daniel Agyei), Harry Cooksley, Dan Pearse, Chace Jacquart, George Oakley (Harlan Basker), Nas Majeed (Rob Switon).