Striker plays for over an hour at Cambridge
stepped up his fitness by playing 65 minutes for Wimbledon Under-21s in a defeat at Cambridge United this afternoon.Charlie Sheringham
also playing a part in the 2-0 loss. It was Sheringham’s first game since he suffered an ankle injury in the win against Scunthorpe United on Saturday, 24 August.Seb Brown and Kevin Sainte-LuceThe striker was one of three first-teamers involved with
also came close to reducing the arrears.Chace JacquartWimbledon were 2-0 down at half-time, but they almost got back into it when Sheringham (pictured above) shot just wide and
It was a useful warm-up for Wimbledon’s young squad with QPR as their next opponents in the Premier League Cup a week today (7.00 pm kick-off at Woking FC).
said: “Cambridge were a bit stronger than us and we struggled to cope with them today. We have a lot of work to do because it is a young squad consisting of first-year professionals and youth teamers. We want to play games. You can train as much as you want, but you make decisions on players based on what they produce during matches.”Shaun NorthUnder-21 Development Coach
AFC Wimbledon: Seb Brown, Kieron Tarbie, Rob Switon, Oluseyi Daley, Charlie Fayers, Harry Cooksley (George Oakley), Tom Beere, Chace Jacquart, Dan Pearse, Charlie Sheringham (Harlan Basker), Kevin Sainte-Luce (Chris Vleitinck).