George happy to be back
to the AFC Wimbledon starting line-up on Saturday and the popular winger is still aiming high for the rest of the season George Francomb successfully returned from injury
Having finally recovered from a hamstring injury, Framcomb played a key role again in the 2-1 victory over York City at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Francomb told Dons Player: “There’s a good feeling among the camp at the moment. We’re six points off the play-offs and it’s not going to be easy, but whatever happens we go into every game trying to win it and if we don’t make the play-offs, we don’t. We want to finish as strong as we can and the aim is to catch those teams above us, but if we don’t we want to have as strong an end to the season as possible.”
had any injuries this season so I’d been quite lucky in that respect and I was gutted that I was out for a couple of weeks, so it was a good feeling to be back,” added the former Norwich midfielder. “I couldn’t wait to get going when the manager named the team. I’d missed a few games and I’d not
Right sided Francomb was a factor in both the Dons goals at the weekend, a header from centre back Deji Oshilaja and a rifled shot from defender Jack Smith.
a good performance because we’ve got a much better squad now. He’s been rotating it well, whoever has come in has done well and we’ve done well.” “I think it was one assist! If you give me that though, I ll take it! As you’ve seen in the last few weeks, we’ve had so many games, that the manager has been able to rotate it and the squad is so strong now that whatever eleven he puts out he knows he’s going to get
Francomb is looking for increased momentum as the Dons travel to St James Park this Saturday to face Exeter City.