Michael returns to Watford3 January 2020
Michael Folivi has returned to his parent club Watford.
From the Physio Room: An update on Anthony4 December 2019
Physio Stuart Douglas delivered an encouraging update on the fitness of midfielder Anthony Wordsworth, who could return sooner rather than later.
Dons hit four against Swindon with Wordsworth back in the groove10 September 2019
Anthony Wordsworth enhanced his claims of a first-team return by coming through 55 minutes for our development squad today.
A first glimpse of new signings in training ahead of away game5 September 2019
Our three new signings joined in with the rest of Wimbledon's squad for the first time today - and our cameras were there to capture them in training.
Striker raring to go for start of new season24 July 2019
Michael Folivi has wasted no time hitting the goal trail since making his return here and the on-loan Watford striker is confident about Wimbledon’s prospects for 2019/20.
Michael: It feels like a second home10 July 2019
Michael Folivi’s bond with our fans was the main reason why he wanted to return to Wimbledon and see what the squad is truly capable of.
He’s back! Forward completes his Wimbledon return9 July 2019
Wally Downes has boosted his attacking options by bringing Michael Folivi back for a second spell at AFC Wimbledon.
Meet the players on Saturday at another great event for fans18 April 2019
Meet the players and watch the squad in training at another fun event aimed at engaging with supporters.
Folivi scores as Deji steps up return9 April 2019
Michael Folivi scored and Deji Oshilaja stepped up his return from injury in a behind closed doors friendly against Cambridge United this afternoon.
Michael turned down a club hero to join Wimbledon14 March 2019
Michael Folivi is enjoying playing a part in AFC Wimbledon's recent revival and we got to learn a bit more about his career during an interview for our match day programme.
Michael: I need to give the fans more to cheer about25 February 2019
New striker Mchael Folivi is determined to reward Wimbledon fans with more goals in our bid for survival, after a landmark strike.