The MK Dons Supporters Association Archive
The 2019-20 squad
27 May 2019Hiram BoatengExeter CitySigned
30 May 2019Brennan DickensonColchesterFree
04 June 2019Joe MasonWolvesFree
11 June 2019Jordan BoweryCreweFree
14 June 2019Regan PooleManchester UtdFree
01 July 2019Laurie WalkerHemel HempsteadFree
16 July 2019Rhys HealeyCardiff CitySigned
01 August 2019Ben ReevesCharltonFree
08 January 2020Carlton MorrisNorwichLoan
10 January 2020Ben GladwinBlackburnFree
16 January 2020Louis ThompsonNorwichLoan
31 January 2020Andrew FisherBlackburnLoan
30 June 2019Liam Sole Released
30 June 2019Finn TappOxford CityFree
30 June 2019Brandon Thomas-AsanteEbbsfleet UtdFree
30 June 2019Ryan WatsonNorthampton TnFree
30 June 2019Chuks AnekeCharltonFree
17 January 2020Brennan DickensonExeterFree
DateOpponents CompResultScorersAttAway fansPos
Tue 16 JulyBrackley TownAFRW 5-1Houghton, Brittain, Agard, Asonganyi, Nombe1,010  
Fri 19 JulyWelwyn Gdn CityAFRW 1-0Houghton   
Tue 23 JulyHemel HempsteadAFRW 1-0Asonganyi   
Fri 26 JulyNorthampton TownAFRL 2-1Agard   
Tue 30 JulySt Neots TownAFRW 6-0Brittain (2), Cargill, Boateng, Agard, Bowery   
Sat 03 AugBuryAEFL1PMatch suspended. Bury expelled from EFL on 27 August.   
Sat 10 AugShrewsbury TownHEFL1W 1-0Healey7,96970910th
Tue 13 AugAFC WimbledonACC1W 6-4on pens FT: 2-2 McGrandles, Kasumu2,191208 
Sat 17 AugWycombe WndrsAEFL1L 3-2Bowery, Houghton (P)5,2431,13014th
Tue 20 AugLincoln CityHEFL1W 2-1Brittain, Williams8,1661,35010th
Sat 24 AugPeterborough UtdHEFL1L 4-0 9,4022,10014th
Tue 27 AugSouthend UnitedACC2W 4-1Healey, Brittain, Boateng, Nombe2,433234 
Sat 31 AugAccrington StanleyAEFL1L 2-1Agard2,21831815th
Tue 3 SepStevenageAEFLTW 3-0McGrandles, Nombe (2)789173 
Sat 07 SepAFC WimbledonHEFL1W 2-1Nombe, Healey8,62756012th
Sat 14 SepBlackpoolAEFL1W 3-0Martin, Houghton, Kasumu8,28330010th
Tue 17 SepIpswich TownHEFL1L 1-0 10,1673,36011th
Sat 21 SepSouthend UnitedHEFL1L 1-0 7,49662315th
Wed 25 SepLiverpoolHCC3L 2-0 28,5216,692 
Sat 28 SepSunderlandAEFL1L 2-1Bowery29,95245515th
Tue 01 OctFulham Under-21sHEFLTW1-0Agard1,473  
Sat 05 OctBurton AlbionHEFL1L 3-0 9,11156417th
Sat 12 OctBristol RoversAEFL1L 1-0 7,86432219th
Sat 19 OctCoventry CityHEFL1D 0-0 13,6216,27420th
Tue 22 OctRochdaleAEFL1L 2-0 2,28612819th
Sat 26 OctFleetwood TownAEFL1L 1-0 2,72221620th
Sat 02 NovTranmere RoversHEFL1L 3-1Reeves7,17162121st
Sat 09 NovPort ValeHFACL 1-0 3,598593 
Tue 12 NovWycombe WndrsHEFLTL 2-1Dickenson1,101  
Sat 16 NovBolton WanderersAEFL1L 1-0 11,81930621st
Sat 23 NovRotherham UnitedHEFL1L 3-2Gilbey, Mason7,81198321st
Tue 3 DecCoventry CityHEFLTW 2-0Agard, Mason1,686644 
Sat 07 DecDoncaster RoversAEFL1D 1-1Gilbey7,19327121st
Sat 14 DecOxford UnitedHEFL1W 1-0Mason10,0312,85021st
Sat 21 DecGillinghamAEFL1L 3-1Gilbey4,73933721st
Thu 26 DecSouthend UnitedAEFL1D 2-2Mason, Healey6,18938021st
Sun 29 DecPortsmouthHEFL1W 3-1Healey, McGrandles, Gilbey12,7885,08321st
Wed 01 JanBristol RoversHEFL1W 3-0Healey, Nombe, Agard8,2361,30820th
Tue 07 JanNewport CountyAEFLTL 3-0 767102 
Sat 11 JanCoventry CityAEFL1D 1-1Morris6,66689719th
Tue 14 JanBurton Albion AAEFL1L 1-0 2,00514619th
Sat 18 JanSunderlandHEFL1L 1-0 13,3274,43620th
Tue 28 JanRochdaleHEFL1W 2-1Morris, Healey (p)6,39315620th
Sat 01 FebWycombe WndrsHEFL1W 2-0Healey, Gladwin9,6991,83419th
Sat 08 FebShrewsbury TownAEFL1D 1-1Healey5,79144719th
Tue 11 FebLincoln CityAEFL1D 1-1Healey7,78322418th
Sat 22 FebBolton WanderersHEFL1W 1-0Healey8,53976618th
Tue 25 FebPortsmouthAEFL1L 3-1Gilbey16,57717018th
Sat 29 FebRotherham UnitedAEFL1D 1-1Healey8,88335318th
Sat 07 MarDoncaster RoversHEFL1L 1-0 7,88066418th
Sat 14 MarOxford UnitedAEFL1 All EFL football was suspended because of   
Sat 21 MarGillingham  HEFL1 the COVID-10 pandemic on 13 March.   
Sat 28 MarTranmere RoversAEFL1 The final league table was decided on by   
Sat 04 AprFleetwood TownHEFL1 an unweighted points-per-game system   
Fri 10 AprPeterborough UtdAEFL1 system resulting in the the Dons   
Mon 13 AprAccrington StanleyHEFL1 finishing the season in 19th place   
Sat 18 AprAFC WimbledonAEFL1     
Sat 25 AprBlackpoolHEFL1     
Sun 03 MayIpswich TownAEFL1    
PCoventry City341813348301867
PRotherham United35188961382362
PWycombe Wanderers3417894540559
4Oxford United35179961372460
6Fleetwood Town351612751381360
7Peterborough United351781068402859
9Doncaster Rovers341591051331854
11Ipswich Town3614101246361052
12Burton Albion351212115050048
14Bristol Rovers35129143849-1145
15Shrewsbury Town341011133142-1141
16Lincoln City35126174446-242
17Accrington Stanley351010154753-640
19Milton Keynes Dons35107183647-1137
20AFC Wimbledon35811163952-1335
RTranmere Rovers3488183660-2432
RSouthend United3547243985-4619
RBolton Wanderers *34511182766-3914
Rhys Healey2012
Alex Gilbey365
Sam Nombe245
Joe Mason154
Kieran Agard244
Conor McGrandles383
Callum Brittain362
Carlton Morris92
David Kasumu272
Jordan Bowery222
Jordan Houghton342
Ben Gladwin81
Ben Reeves181
Brennan Dickenson131
George Williams321
Hiram Boateng271
Russell Martin161
First Team Manager
3 November 2018 -
The new manager
No. Player
1 Lee Nicholls
2 George Williams
3 Dean Lewington
4 Joe Walsh
5 Regan Poole
6 Baily Cargill
7 Ben Reeves
8 Alex Gilbey
9 Jordan Bowery
10 Rhys Healey
11 Brennan Dickenson

No. Player
12 Laurie Walker
13 Andrew Fisher
14 Kieran Agard
15 Jordan Moore-Taylor
16 Russell Martin
17 Ben Gladwin
18 Conor McGrandles
19 Louis Thompson
20 Joe Mason
22 Stuart Moore
23 Carlton Morris
No. Player
24 Jordan Houghton
25 Callum Brittain
26 Hyram Boateng
27 David Kasumu
29 Sam Nombe
33 Ryan Harley
37 Dylan Asonganyi
38 Charlie Pattison
39 Jay Bird
40 Matthew Sorinola
45 Finn Brennan
Player of the Year:  Alex Gilbey
Players’ Player of the Year: Rhys Healey
Team Performance of the Year: 3-1 vs Portsmouth
Goal of the Season: Alex Gilbey vs Gillingham
Top Goalscorer: Rhys Healey
Media Personality of the Year: Jordan Houghton
Fan of the Year: Charlie Carr
Young Fans of the Year: Dylan Wise, Joe Berridge and Mylee Baker
MKDSA Young Player of the Year: Sam Nombe
MKDSA Disability Player of the Year:
Keith Coltart
Academy Player of the Year: Finlay Brennan
Ladies Player of the Year: Jess Driscoll
Community Ambassador: George Williams
The season's transfers
EFL1: Final table based on ppg
Russell was born in Brighton on 4 January 1986. He played for Woodingdean Youth FC before joining the Brighton and Hove Albion youth team butby mutual consent in early 2004, finishing the season at Isthmian League Division One South side Lewes.
   He then moved to Wycombe Wanderers, making 115 appearances before joining Peterborough in 2008 being loaned out to Norwich City in 2009 and signing the Canaries on  4 January 2010.
   On 23 November 2014, Russell made his 200th appearance for Norwich against his hometown club Brighton & Hove Albion. He scored Norwich's second goal in a 3–3 draw. His 300th appearance for Norwich was in another game against Brighton on 21 April 2017, which Norwich won 2–0.
   In January 2018, Russell moved on loan to Scottish Premiership club Rangers, making his competitive debut on 24 January, in a 2–0 win against Aberdeen - one of four players to make their first appearance for Rangers in that game.
   On 31 August 2018 his contract at Norwich was terminated by mutual consent. He made 309 appearances for Norwich, placing him 22nd in the club's all-time appearance list.
   Russell signed for Walsall in October 2018 in a player-coach role but left by mutual consent in January 2019, for family reasons, having made twelve appearances for the club .
   On 15 January he joined Milton Keynes Dons on a short-term deal until the end of the season and played a key role in the club clinching promotion from League Two on the final day of the season.
   Following the departure of Paul Tisdale on 2 November 2019, Russell was appointed as his successor in his first managerial position the following day and later announced his retirement as a player to concentrate on the role.
* Bolton deducted 12pts for entering into a CVA. Bury expelled
from the EFL on 27 August after rescue bid collapses
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