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Charlie on his dream debut

5 January 2014

You Tube interview with Wimbledon's new hero

Charlie Wyke ended an eventful 48 hours with a dream debut against Wycombe Wanderers yesterday and he saluted Wimbledon’s “fantastic” supporters after the win.

The 21-year-old striker certainly made his six-hour drive down from Middlesbrough on Thursday worthwhile with a goal and an assist yesterday.

to hear what the Midddlesbrough youth product had to say to WDON commentator Rob Cornell. Highlights of the 3-0 win at Wycombe are also on our You Tube channel.Dons You Tube  Charlie (picture above by Paul Willatts) unsurprisingly built up an instant rapport with Wimbledon’s travelling army at Adams Park with over 700 Dons supporters singing his name. Click on 

“It has been eventful for me, but worth every minute, especially scoring a goal and creating one,” said Charlie. “The supporters were fantastic today and they’ve obviously taken a liking to me because I scored. Hopefully, they will be singing my name again. I came here to score goals and help Wimbledon win games and that is what we’ve done today.”

   Charlie enjoyed a fruitful partnership at Wycombe yesterday with Jack Midson, who scored his first goal since September for Wimbledon. Dons Player subscribers can watch a full interview with Jack tomorrow and featuring on our premium site today are interviews with Charlie, Will Antwi and Neal Ardley.

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