Focus on Tuesday's Premier League cup tie
is determined to show what he can do on the pitch tomorrow night against Gillingham after being an unused substitute for the first-team this season.Charlie Fayers
what he can do.Neal ArdleyThe 18-year-old left-sided player has been on the bench three times so far during 2013/14, but the Premier League Cup tie against the Gills on Tuesday offers a bigger opportunity to show
, Charlie (pictured above) said: “I have experienced the highs and lows already with the first-team. Though I did not get onto the pitch on Saturday, it was obviously hugely disappointing for the team to get beat so late on. It has been a bit easier for me making the step-up with Jim Fenlon in the squad as I know him from the days when I was doing my scholarship. I just want to be involved more and more if possible.Dons PlayerSpeaking to Rob Cornell on
“I am looking forward to the challenge of tomorrow night; I aim to show the manager that I have taken things on board from training. The manager wants me to have a few less touches and try and move the ball on quicker. I just need to take that into tomorrow night’s game and show that I have listened.”
Charlie apparently did impress in his first-team initiation when he performed his own unique rendition of Craig David’s R & B classic 7 Days, but it’s back to the serious business tomorrow when he will be aiming to help the Dons make progress in the inaugural competition for Premier League and Football League clubs with licensed academies.
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Dons Player subscribers can now watch a video interview with Charlie Fayers and Harry Cooksley, along with the thoughts of Shaun North on tomorrow night.