Manager salutes Terry's achievements
Neal Ardley says that his predecessor Terry Brown deserves to be remembered as an AFC Wimbledon legend ahead of tomorrow’s friendly at Margate Town.
A sign of Neal Ardley’s overhaul is that the current Dons squad contains just one player – Sammy Moore – from the class of 2011 who gained promotion to the Football League, but Terry’s achievements will never be forgotten according to Neal.
Speaking during an interview for Dons Player, Neal said: “Terry should be remembered as a legend at this club for what he did. The hardest thing this club had to do was to try and get out of the Conference and into the league. Terry and ‘Cashy’ thoroughly deserve to be applauded and celebrated on Saturday. It will great to see them again because they are great guys.
“They have another new project on their hands now. There is a little bit of money being put in there and they have to try and make that work, which is not always easy. They have signed one or two players that you would like to think are above that level in the hope that it carries them up the leagues. I therefore don’t expect an easy game on Saturday.”
spot in his only full League season in charge.thOf course, Terry (pictured with the Conference Play-Off trophy and Stuart Cash) led AFC Wimbledon to three promotions in four seasons and into the Football League before guiding the Dons to 16
The full Dons Player interview with Neal Ardley will appear later on today, along with team news for tomorrow’s Margate match.