2003-04 Wimbledon FC programmes
03-09-27 Burnley
2003 1st lineup
03-09-30 Sheffield Utd
03-10-25 Watford
03-11-01 Bradford
03-11-22 Cardiff
03-11-25 West Ham
03-12-06 Rotherham
03-12-13 Walsall
04-01-03 Stoke
04-01-17 Stoke
04-05-05 Derby
2003 Emotional

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Wimbledon's 2003-04 season in Milton Keynes
DateOpponent ResultAttendanceScorers
9 August Crewe AlexandraH3-11,145Agyemang, Tapp, Reo-Coker
16 August Stoke CityA1-212,550Agyemang
23 August Crystal PalaceH1-36,113Reo-Coker
26 August Norwich CityA2-316,082Holdsworth, Leigertwood
30 August ReadingH0-32,066 
13 September Wigan AthleticH2-41,054Agyemang, McAnuff
16 September MillwallA0-27,855 
20 September Ipswich TownA1-423,428Agyemang
27 September BurnleyH2-25,639Holdsworth, Agyemang
30 September Sheffield UnitedH1-26,016Nowland
4 October Preston North EndA0-113,801 
15 October Coventry CityA0-110,872 
18 October Nottingham ForestA0-623,520 
21 October West Bromwich AlbionA1-022,048McAnuff
25 October WatfordH1-36,115Leigertwood
1 November Bradford CityH2-13,334Small, Reo-Coker
8 November Rotherham UnitedH1-35,777Nowland
15 November GillinghamA2-19,061Nowland, Agyemang
22 November Cardiff CityH0-15,056 
25 November West Ham UnitedH1-18,118McAnuff
29 November Derby CountyA1-322,025Reo-Coker
6 December Rotherham UnitedH1-23,061Holdsworth (pen)
13 December WalsallH0-13,315 
20 December SunderlandA1-222,334Thirlwell (own goal)
26 December ReadingA3-014,486Small, Lewington, McAnuff
30 December West Bromwich AlbionH0-06,376 
10 January Crewe AlexandraA0-16,234 
17 January Stoke CityH0-13,623 
31 January Crystal PalaceA1-320,552McAnuff
7 February Norwich CityH0-17,368 
21 February Coventry CityH0-35,905 
28 February WatfordA0-415,323 
2 March Nottingham ForestH0-16,317 
9 March West Ham UnitedA0-529,818 
13 March WalsallA0-16,889 
24 March MillwallH0-13,037 
27 March Ipswich TownH1-26,389Smith
3 April Wigan AthleticA1-07,622Chorley
6 April SunderlandH1-24,800Kamara
10 April Preston North EndH3-32,866Gray (2), Chorley
12 April Sheffield UnitedA1-219,391Gray (pen)
17 April Bradford CityA3-29,011Kamara, Smith, Gray
20 April BurnleyA0-213,555 
24 April GillinghamH1-25,049Smith
1 May Cardiff CityA1-115,337Williams
9 May Derby CountyH1-06,509Darlington
FA Cup
3 January R3: Stoke CityH1-13,609Nowland
13 January R3r: Stoke CityA1-06,463Nowland
24 January R4: Birmingham CityA0-122,159 
League Cup
12 August R1: Wycombe WanderersA0-21,986
Wimbledon entered administration in June 2003 and played their first match in the Football League First Division at the National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes in September. Although crowds improved at the club's new base, the administrator sold any player who could command a
transfer fee and Stuart Murdoch's team finished bottom.
The club was brought out of administration at the end of
the season and  rebranded as Milton Keynes Dons.
1Norwich City462810879394094
2West Bromwich Albion 4625111064422286
4West Ham United4619171067452274
5Ipswich Town4621101584721273
6Crystal Palace4621101572611173
7Wigan Athletic4618171160451571
8Sheffield United462011156556971
11Stoke City461812165855366
12Coventry City4617141567541365
13Cardiff City4617141568581065
14Nottingham Forest4615151661511060
15Preston North End461514176971-259
17Rotherham United461315185361-854
18Crewe Alexandra461411215766-953
20Derby County461313205367-1452
23Bradford City46106303869-3136
1GKScott Bevan
3DFPeter Hawkins
4MFNick McKoy
5DFMark Williams
6DFDarren Holloway
7DFHarry Ntimban-Zeh
8MFWade Small
10FWDean Holdsworth
12GKDavid Martin
14FWLionel Morgan
15MFAlbert Jarrett
16FWJamie Mackie
17DFShola Oyedele
18FWWayne Gray
19DFBen Chorley
20MFGary Smith (on loan from Middlesbrough)
21DFNico Herzig
22DFRob Gier
23MFAlex Tapp
24DFJermaine Darlington
25DFDean Lewington
26MFJason Puncheon
27MFMichael Gordon
28MFMalvin Kamara
29MFBen Harding
30GKLee Worgan
Players remaining at the end of the season
Players who left during the season
1GKSteve Banks (to Gillingham)
2DFWarren Barton (retired)
7MFJobi McAnuff (to West Ham United)
7MFJamal Campbell-Ryce (on loan from Charlton Athletic)
9FWScott McDonald (to Motherwell)
11FWPatrick Agyemang (to Gillingham)
13GKPaul Heald (retired)
17MFAdam Nowland (to West Ham United)
20DFMikele Leigertwood (to Crystal Palace)
26MFNigel Reo-Coker (to West Ham United)
30GKShane Gore (to Barnet)
Stuart Murdoch was born in Blackpool on 17 August 1950. He worked with Glenn Roeder at Watford before moving to Wimbledon in 1996 as goalkeeping coach and was appointed as manager in June 2002 after a successful spell as caretaker, replacing Terry Burton, who had criticised the club's owners over the proposed move to Milton Keynes.
  Murdoch led Wimbledon to tenth in the First Division in the 2002–03 season. After the move to Milton Keynes, the club was relegated, finishing bottom of the First Division, suffering the longest run of defeats at this level. In the summer, the club was renamed Milton Keynes Dons. Murdoch was fired in November 2004, with the club in the relegation zone of League One.
  Murdoch later worked in coaching roles at Bournemouth, Norwich City, Millwall, Southampton and Gillingham.

Stuart Murdoch

June 2002-Nov 2004
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