The 2010-11 squad
DateOpponents CompResultScorersAtt
Sat Aug 07WalsallAFL1W 2-1S Baldock Woodards4,034
Tue Aug 10Dagenham & RedbridgeHFLCW 2-1Ibehre (2)3,502
Sat Aug 21CarlisleAFL1L 4-1Leven5,205
Tue Aug 24BlackpoolHFLCW 4-3S Baldock, Easter (2) Guy7,458
Sat Aug 28SwindonHFL1W 2-1S Baldock (2)7,866
Sat Sep 4HartlepoolHFL1D 0-0 7,656
Sat Sep 11BrightonAFL1L 2-0 6,683
Wed Sep 15SouthamptonHFL1W 2-0Balanta Leven8,133
Sat Sep 18RochdaleHFL1D 1-1Doumbe7,034
Tue Sep 21BirminghamAFLCL 3-1Wilbraham9,450
Sat Sep 25PeterboroughAFL1L 2-1Lewington7,838
Tue Sep 28CharltonAFL1L 1-0 13,155
Sat Oct 2ColchesterHFL1D 1-1Balanta11,280
Tue Oct 5CharltonHJPTL 2-1Chadwick3,773
Sat Oct 9Dagenham & RedbridgeHFL1W 2-0S Baldock Doumbe7,083
Sat Oct 16BournemouthAFL1L 3-2O'Hanlon Leven6,715
Sat Oct 23ExeterHFL1W 1-0Wilbraham8,002
Sat Oct 30TranmereAFL1L 4-2Leven S Baldock4,512
Tue Nov 2YeovilHFL1W 3-2Lewington Johnson Leven7,281
Sat Nov 6StevenageAFACD 0-0 2,956
Sat Nov 13BrentfordAFL1W 2-0Doumbe Balanta4,789
Tue Nov 16StevenageHFACL 7-6*on pens 1-1 AET Guy3,977
Sat Nov 20Sheffield WedHFL1L 4-1Carrington10,552
Tue Nov 23HuddersfieldAFL1L 4-1Wilbraham12,773
Sat Dec 11Notts CountyAFL1L 2-0 5,172
Tue Dec 28BournemouthHFL1W 2-0Guy Doumbe7,638
Sat Jan 1Bristol RoversHFL1W 2-0Powell Leven7,185
Mon Jan 3Yeovil TownAFL1L 1-0 3,508
Sat Jan 8Exeter CityAFL1D 1-1Ibehre4,544
Sat Jan 15TranmereHFL1W 2-0Powell Ibehre8,014
Tue Jan 18PlymouthHFL1L 3-1Bhasera (og)7,189
Sat Jan 22Dagenham & RedbridgeAFL1W 1-0Carrington4,446
Tue Jan25Leyton OrientAFL1D 2-2Gleeson O'Hanlon3,131
Wed Feb 2Bristol RoversAFL1W 2-1O'Hanlon Powell4,829
Sat Feb 5Sheffield WedAFL1D 2-2Leven Powell17,631
Sat Feb 12BrentfordHFL1D 1-1Marsh-Brown8,636
Tue Feb 15Leyton OrientHFL1L 3-2Lewington Ibehre6,469
Sat Feb 19HartlepoolAFL1W 1-0Powell2,620
Tue Feb 22OldhamHFL1D 0-0 7,806
Sat Feb 26BrightonHFL1W 1-0Powell9,327
Sat Mar 5RochdaleAFL1W 4-1Vine Powell Gleeson S Baldock2,837
Tu Mar 8CharltonHFL1W 2-0Powell S Baldock7,026
Sat Mar 12ColchesterAFL1W 3-1S Baldock (3)4,103
Mon Mar 21PeterboroughHFL1W 1-0MacKenzie10,019
Fri Mar 25WalsallHFL1D 1-1Leven8,923
Sat Apr 2SouthamptonAFL1L 3-2MacKenzie S Baldock22,377
Sat Apr 9CarlisleHFL1W 3-2Powell Balanta Clayton10,795
Sat Apr 16Swindon TownAFL1W 1-0O'Hanlon8,305
Fri Apr 22HuddersfieldHFL1L 3-1Doumbe11,857
Mon Apr 25PlymouthAFL1L 1-0 8,553
Sat Apr 30Notts CountyHFL1W 2-0S Baldock Balanta10,013
Sat May 7OldhamAFL1W 2-1Balanta Leven Marsh-Brown4,063
Sun May 15PeterboroughHP/offW 3-2Powell S Baldock Balanta12,662
Thu May 19PeterboroughAP/offL 2-0 11,920
PBrighton & Hove Albion462811785404595
3Huddersfield Town462512977482987
PPeterborough Utd 46231013106753179
5Milton Keynes Dons46238156760777
7Leyton Orient461913147162970
10Colchester United461614165763-662
12Carlisle United461611196062-259
13Charlton Athletic461514176266-459
14Yeovil Town461611195666-1059
15Sheffield Wednesday461610206767058
16Hartlepool United461512194765-1857
17Oldham Athletic461317165360-756
18Tranmere Rovers461511205360-756
19Notts County46148244660-1450
RDagenham & Redbridge 461211235270-1847
RBristol Rovers 461112234882-3445
RPlymouth Argyle 46157245174-2342
RSwindon Town 46914235072-2241
Sam Baldock3614
Daniel Powell3110
Peter Leven468
Ángelo Balanta257
Mathias Kouo-Doumbé515
Sean O'Hanlon384
Lewis Guy414
Dean Lewington503
Aaron Wilbraham123
Jabo Ibehre483
Gary MacKenzie302
Stephen Gleeson402
Jermaine Easter172
Mark Carrington182
George Baldock22
Keanu Marsh-Brown192
Rowan Vine171
Danny Woodards431
Adam Clayton81
Luke Chadwick521
01 July 2010Lewis Gobern Released
02 July 2010David McCrackenBrentfordUndisclosed
01 January 2011Aaron WilbrahamNorwich City 
14 January 2011Jermaine EasterCrystal Palace 
28 January 2011Luke HowellLincoln CityFree
01 February 2011Willy GuéretKettering Town
01 July 2010Lewis GuyDoncaster RoversFree transfer
01 July 2010Dietmar HamannFree agentSigned
01 July 2010Gary MacKenzieDundeeSigned
01 July 2010David MartinLiverpoolSigned
01 July 2010Ángelo BalantaQueens Park RangersLoan to end of season
09 August 2010PeléFree agentSigned
15 January 2011Rowan Vine Loan to 15/02/2011
25 January 2011David AmooLiverpoolLoan to 23/02/2011
31 January 2011Keanu Marsh-BrownFulhamLoan to end of season
10 February 2011Stephen HughesNorwich CityLoan to 13/03/2011
16 March 2011Shaun WilliamsFree agentSigned
24 March 2011Adam ClaytonLeeds UnitedLoan to end of season
The new manager
Karl Robinson
10 May 2010 - 22 October 2016
Karl Robinson is the longest-serving manager of MK Dons and one of the longest-ever serving managers in the EFL.
   He was born in Rainhill, near Liverpool, on 13 September 1980 and played as first a striker, being described as a “big, powerful centre forward”, and later a midfielder, .for  Caernarfon Town, Bamber Bridge, Marine, Oswestry Town, Rhyl, Kidsgrove Athletic, Prescot Cables, St Helens Town, Alsager Town and Warrington Town before coaching at  coached at the Liverpool FC youth academy and Blackburn Rovers.
   He joined Paul Ince at MK Dons as his assistant manager.  He was appointed manager on 10 May 2010 at the age of 29, becoming the youngest manager in the Football League at the time and also the youngest person ever to acquire a EUFA Pro Licence.
In the 2010–11 season, his first season in charge, Karl guided the Dons to fifth place in League One. This was widely regarded as a great achievement, improving on the Dons' points total over the previous season. The team lost in the play-offs to Peterborough United.
   In the 2011–12 season, he continued making impressive strides, attracting big name players and guiding his side to another fifth-place finish and was again in the play-offs. He signed a three-year contract extension with the Dons in July 2015.
   The 2014-15 season saw arguably the Dons’ greatest victory, a 4–0 win over Manchester United on 26 August 2014, as well as leading promotion to the Championship for the first time, finishing runners-up in League One. However the team only survived one season in the second tier, finishing 23rd and were relegated.
   The club’s form back in League One in the 2016-17 season was disappointing and on 23 October 2016, with the Dons in 19th place after winning only six of the 18 League games they had played, Karl left the club by mutual agreement.
   He was named the new Charlton Athletic manager on 24 November 2016 following the sacking of Russell Slade and his first game in charge was at home against MK Dons in the FA Cup on 3 December. He departed by mutual consent on 22 March 2018.
   The same day he was appointed as the new head coach of Oxford United, signing a two-and-a-half-year contract with the club, extended in August 2019 to 2022. 
   Karl is married to former Brookside star Ann Marie Davies and they have a daughter, Jasmine. Apart from his deep passion for football, he has also revealed he enjoys deep sea fishing and the works of James Joyce.
The season's transfers
EFL1: How they finished
No. Player
1 David Martin
2 Jude Stirling
3 Dean Lewington
4 Mathias Kouo-Doumbé
5 Gary MacKenzie
6 Sean O'Hanlon
7 Stephen Gleeson
8 Jermaine Easter
8 David Amoo
9 Aaron Wilbraham
9 Rowan Vine
10 Sam Baldock
No. Player
11 Ángelo Balanta
12 Willy Guéret
13 Mark Carrington
14 Lewis Guy
15 Danny Woodards
16 Adam Clayton
16 Dietmar Hamann
16 Stephen Hughes
17 Stuart Searle
18 George Baldock
19 Jabo Ibehre
20 Michael McIndoe
No. Player
20 Pelé
21 Keanu Marsh-Brown
21 Luke Howell
22 Peter Leven
23 Adam Chicksen
24 Tom Flanagan
25 Charlie Collins
26 Luke Chadwick
27 Daniel Powell
28 Jemal Johnson
30 Igor Coronado


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