This week we briefly let James Rees out of the archive cupboard in Stadium MK just long enough to pass us this edition of the Red Dot from just over ten years ago, but he is now back safely in the archive sifting through more programmes for the busy schedule ahead.

This week, we look back on an MK Dons 2-0 victory over Gillingham on October 17th, 2009 back in the Paul Ince era.

MK Dons 2-0 Gillingham

Easter 61’ Wilbraham 90’

Coca Cola League OneVenue – Stadium MK

Attendance: 11,764

Jermaine Easter opened the scoring for the Dons on 61 minutes and Aaron Wilbraham secured the win in the dying embers. This meant another away defeat for Gillingham, while the Dons went up to third in League One.

For the record, the Dons ended up in 12th place that season, and the Gills were relegated. Jermaine Easter hit the back of the net 19 times and the Dons failed at the final hurdle in the Football League Trophy losing to Southampton in the area final over two legs.

MK Dons Team – Willy Gueret, Dean Lewington, Mathias Doumbe, David McCracken, Luke Howell, Stephen Gleeson, Peter Leven, Jason Puncheon, Aaron Doran, Jermaine Easter, Aaron Wilbraham.

Subs – Stuart Searle, Danny Swailes, Lewis Gobern, Oscar Gobern, Sam Baldock, Jemal Johnson, Dean Morgan.

Quiz Question

Oscar Gobern teamed up with his brother Lewis at Stadium MK, but from which club did he sign on loan from?

A.    QPR

B.    Arsenal

C.    Southampton

Answer from last week: 27

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