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.
Carabao Cup: Why tonight holds no fear for our top gun Will22 September 2021
Top scorer Will Nightingale wants a trip to The Emirates Stadium to become a more regular occurrence for our fans, in line with the aspirations of Head Coach Mark Robinson.
Prolific run gives Will something different to think about!14 September 2021
After scoring four in eight games Will Nightingale is considering a switch from his ‘Classic Shearer’ goal celebration!
Sense of occasion not lost on Nik and Will13 August 2021
Nik Tzanev and Will Nightingale are not just teammates, but firm friends away from Plough Lane and the pair are determined to preserve our winning start on a day when history is made.
“Robbo wants us to be the fittest team”30 July 2021
Will Nightingale is raring to go for 2021/22 – and he believes that Robbo is making changes that will bring success in the long-term future.
A tough choice to be made in our popular monthly poll6 May 2021
We were in fine, goal scoring form for April, on route to securing League One football at Plough Lane for next season, but which one earns the Goal of the Month accolade?
“We’ve got to keep setting standards high”2 May 2021
Will Nightingale was quick to target a much higher league position for Wimbledon next season after we retained our League One status for 2021/22.
Seven years and counting for Will as he relishes Robbo’s ‘fresh’ approach26 February 2021
It’s now seven years since Will Nightingale’s first-team debut, but the home-grown defender is relishing playing for the Dons more than ever after Mark Robinson’s positive impact on the squad.
Captain Will: We have to let Rudi work his magic13 January 2021
Will Nightingale stressed the importance of a much-needed clean sheet last night, but he believes that match-winner Jack Rudoni can provide an extra dimension in the coming weeks at the other end.
Captain relishes quick turnaround for FA Cup tie at Barrow26 November 2020
Tonight’s match at Barrow will be Wimbledon’s third away match in six days, but captain Will Nightingale can’t wait to lead the Dons into an FA Cup battle.