Terry Gibson and Jake Reeves both had their say on another memorable FA Cup night for Wimbledon as they both featured on Dons TV.
For Terry it was a return to his old stomping ground, having previously been part of the famous Dons side of 1988 that lifted the FA Cup after defeating Liverpool 1-0 at Wembley Stadium.
Whilst Jake offered up his thoughts after scoring his third goal of the season – a thunderous strike that sent us on our way to a comprehensive victory over Ramsgate as we progressed to the third round of the Emirates FA Cup.
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Watch their interviews with Dons TV down below and listen to the thoughts of former Don Anthony Wordsworth.
TERRY ON HIS RETURN
I’m absolutely delighted to be here. It’s a place that I would like to be at more but work commitments make it difficult. I commentated on Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid on Sunday, so this match is something I was enthusiastic about as I don’t get to do English football often nowadays.
I got the tube to the game. I got off at Wimbledon Park and walked past where the old stadium used to be. Seeing the flats there now it’s hard to envisage where everything used to be. It’s a miracle that we’re here in this new stadium now.
I’m glad this game is on TV because it highlights what Wimbledon have done over the last 20 or so years. For a lot of people in this country, we’re their second favourite club because of how we got here.
JAKE ON LEADING THE WAY
I wasn’t expecting a pass to be honest! Ali (Al-Hamadi) doesn’t usually pass the ball when he’s in front of goal. It was more of a surprise than anything else. It was a clean strike in the end and I got it on target.
I hope we can bounce back in the league this weekend. It’s a massive thing for any team to be able to bounce back from a defeat. The beauty of our league is that it is manic around this stage of the season, you have a game every three days. I just like to get stuck into it.
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