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Half term reports MK Dons

Half term reports MK Dons

MK Dons
Lets cut to the chase, MK Dons might just win the division. Early season form showed that they struggled to come to terms with the style of play in league two. But if you look at the players they have brought in, they are players who are more capable of playing at a higher level. Jon-Paul McGovern (Sheff Wed), Sean O`Hanlon (Swindon), Lloyd Dyer (Millwall), Jamie Smith (Bristol City) , Drissa Diallo, (Sheff Wed)
Last seasons relegation brought a smile to may a fan, since the Dons have taken up the mantle of most hated club from Millwall, due to whole move thing. However this season may finally bring some success to the National Hockey Stadium. Manager Mad Dog, Martin Allen is possible the best manager in the division and will create a whole siege mentality around the Dons. Strikers make a difference and in Clive Platt, Scott Taylor and Aaron Wilbraham they have three who can get goals in league Two, of course there is also Izele McCloud ,will he stay or will he go?
My pre season Prediction- Play off for sure possible league champions, you don`t know how hard that is to write. Having seen them play I stick with Champions.


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Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Sunday December 31 2006
Time: 7:36AM

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Saw them in Dec, luckily for us Macleod was suspended. Can't see them selling him, they don't need the money, but they will need the higher level of football for their new stadium.
SeasideEssexXile
31/12/2006 09:17:00
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They are certainly on cracking form at the moment, if they can survive January without losing key players tyhey certainly have a great chance of getting promotion.
Don Key
31/12/2006 12:35:00
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