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First-team support U-18s

7 February 2016

Neal Ardley's squad to attend Tuesday's game v Chelsea

AFC Wimbledon’s first-team squad will be out in force on Tuesday night to support the Under-18s against Chelsea after an FA Youth Cup run that Simon Bassey described as “fantastic”.

As part of a big club effort to support the young Dons in a last-16 tie, Neal Ardley’s squad will be offering their support for the game at the Cherry Red Records Stadium (7.05 pm kick-off).

“I think all the lads are going,” said Simon. “We are going to train in the afternoon on Tuesday and head down afterwards to support the youth team. They have done fantastic to get where they are now and they should be really proud of their achievements. It’s certainly going to be a stern test for them, but credit to the boys for what they have achieved so far.”

  to view that interview.Youth Focus  channel, including Reece Williams-Bowers and Jayden Antwi (pictured left and right of manager Mark Robinson in the above photograph)  on what AFC Wimbledon means to them. Click on  You TubePlenty of interviews with Under-18 players and management are now on our  

  last week, the popular Dons right-back having reached the semi-final of the competition himself during his Charlton days.interviewCaptain Barry Fuller spoke with great enthusiasm about supporting the boys during an 

  ahead of the game.letterSupport for the Under-18s after their brilliant wins against Watford and Newcastle even resulted in American fan John Green writing an inspirational 

Tickets are still available for the match on Tuesday. Some tickets are left for the John Green Stand and there is still availability in the Paul Strank Stand.

  to book online and places can also be booked for hospitality using the same link.Chelsea TicketsClick on 

On Tuesday there will be a full-size 64-page programme, including plenty of special features, for the biggest match in AFC Wimbledon Academy history.

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