“One club man” Will signs until 2025!12 March 2022
We are delighted to announce that Will Nightingale has signed a new three-and-a-half year deal with the Dons.
Will: We need to look at ourselves6 March 2022
Will Nightingale says that he and his teammates retain a strong sense of responsibility to put things right on the pitch at Plymouth on Tuesday.
Dons suffer Woodyard injury blow25 January 2022
Captain and influential midfielder Alex Woodyard could be ruled out of action for a month, following a scan on a hamstring injury.
Will on his return and bouncing back after cup exit9 January 2022
Will Nightingale was in reflective mood following our FA Cup exit yesterday after he made his return from injury – and our centre back called for a reaction from his team-mates.
Ayoub back in contention for FA Cup clash7 January 2022
Mark Robinson can welcome back Moroccan teenage sensation Ayoub Assal for Saturday’s Emirates FA Cup third round clash with Boreham Wood at Meadow Park.
Robbo's positive Christmas message to our fans23 December 2021
Head Coach Mark Robinson delivered a positive Christmas message to our fans after the postponement of our Boxing Day match.
Dons defensive duo set to bring New Year's cheer14 December 2021
Defenders Will Nightingale and Cheye Alexander remain on course to strengthen our first-team squad for a busy start to January.
Cheye could be back for Christmas fixtures9 December 2021
Cheye Alexander has made good progress from the ankle injury sustained a month ago and he could be back in time to strengthen our squad for the Christmas fixtures.
Injury paves the way to an inspirational role for Will28 October 2021
Far from feeling sorry for himself after long-term injury, Will Nightingale has filled the spare time effectively by inspiring the young Dons to victory!
Robbo’s message of support after Will suffers injury setback12 October 2021
Mark Robinson has backed Will Nightingale to come back stronger after an injury to our centre-back that could keep him out for up to four months.
Will: Everyone has to look at themselves26 September 2021
Will Nightingale gave an honest assessment of Wimbledon's performance, after we let slip a goal lead and were beaten at lowly Shrewsbury.