Will edges closer to Sunderland return21 Hours ago
Wally Downes will find out on Friday if captain Will Nightingale will be in contention for his squad for the trip to Sunderland.
Will to return to training, but likely to miss Accrington15 August 2019
Captain Will Nightingale will return to training with the squad tomorrow, but is unlikely to figure in Saturday’s home game as he recovers from a knee injury.
Captain Will: Bring It On2 August 2019
Will Nightingale can’t wait to lead The Dons out on Saturday and he is relishing the prospect of taking on a Rotherham side fancied to be vying for promotion in 2019/20.
Will confirmed as captain ahead of 2019/20 season1 August 2019
Will Nightingale has been confirmed by Wally Downes as AFC Wimbledon’s captain for the new season.
Will optimistic about new season as he nears club landmark18 July 2019
Will Nightingale believes that AFC Wimbledon are moving in the right direction with Wally Downes in charge and our home-grown defender said he will be giving his all to push the club forward.
Dons defender poised to return against AFC Bournemouth16 July 2019
Glyn Hodges confirmed that Will Nightingale has shaken off a thigh strain in time to make the trip to La Manga.
A great response to unveiling of new third kit3 July 2019
Will Nightingale and Nesta Guinness-Walker last night gave our new third kit a resounding thumbs up - and you can get yours online.
New third kit to be unveiled by Will and Nesta tonight2 July 2019
AFC Wimbledon's new third kit will be unveiled at tonight's Meet the Manager event with Will Nightingale and Nesta Guinness-Walker doing the honours.
Will: It’s a brilliant time for the club23 May 2019
Will Nightingale said he’s determined to push AFC Wimbledon forward next season after turning down interest from elsewhere to stay with the club he joined at the age of eight.
Will commits his future to Wimbledon by signing new deal22 May 2019
We are delighted to announce that home-grown defender Will Nightingale has signed a new contract at AFC Wimbledon.
Will: We always believed, that’s what this club is about5 May 2019
Will Nightingale spoke of his pride after captaining AFC Wimbledon to League One survival and the home-grown defender said he always believed that The Dons could do it.