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.
Captain believes more home-grown talents can follow in his footsteps9 November 2020
Will Nightingale has spoken passionately about leading the Dons out at Plough Lane – and he hopes that it provides inspiration for academy prospects to follow in his footsteps.
Double squad boost for the Dons ahead of Burton22 October 2020
Glyn Hodges will have extra attacking options for the trip to Burton Albion.
Will on coping with lockdown, his football idols, and captaining Wimbledon19 May 2020
In his role as an ambassador for Mind charity, Will Nightingale talked to Sky Sports presenter Scott Minto about helping people to come through this difficult time and a variety of other subjects.
Dons first-teamers support Wembley bid for local team21 January 2020
Young footballers from Cheam Common Junior Academy took a step closer to reaching Wembley by beating off strong competition to win the AFC Wimbledon Foundation Kids Cup.
Trio make good progress after injuries13 January 2020
Stuart Douglas today provided an encouraging update on players making their way back from injuries.
Young Jack backed to shine in the spotlight after full home debut30 December 2019
Jack Rudoni has coped well with the step-up to first-team action and Will Nightingale believes that there's plenty more to come from the 18-year-old midfielder.
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.
Wagstaff: The right decision made to get Will back fit27 November 2019
Scott Wagstaff is enjoying the responsibility of skippering Wimbledon, but he has sent Will Nightingale an upbeat message to come back soon and reclaim the captain’s armband.