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The 2016-17 Squad

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Middle Row:

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THE RESULTS

NAME


APPS

GOALS

Agard

Kieran

46

14

Reeves

Ben

42

10

Bowditch

Dean

34

9

Barnes

Harvey

21

6

Colclough

Ryan

23

5

Aneke

Chuks

16

4

O'Keefe

Stuart

18

4

Upson

Ed

46

3

Powell

Daniel

27

3

Walsh

Joe

43

2

Maynard

Nicky

34

2

Williams

George

37

2

Potter

Darren

41

2

Muirhead

Robbie

19

2

Lewington

Dean

41

1

Carruthers

Samir

28

1

Wooton

Scott

4

1

Tilney

Ben

12

1

Thomas-Asante

Brandon

12

1

Baldock

George

42

0

Downing

Paul

43

0

Martin

David

42

0

Nicholls

Lee

16

0

Williams

George C

15

0

Thshimanga

Kabongo

12

0

Ngohbo

Maecky

9

0

Brittain

Callum

8

0

Rasulo

Georgio

7

0

Jackson

Oran

4

0

Osei-Bonsu

Andrew

2

0

Furlong

Connor

1

0

THE PLAYERS

Player stats

DATE

PLAYER

FROM


2016: 08 June

Ed Upson

Millwall

Signed

28 June

George B Williams

Barnsley

Free

30 June

Paul Downing

Walsall

Signed

06 July

Nicky Maynard


Re-signed

29 July

George C Williams

Fulham

Loan (to 01/01/17)

02 August

Chuks Aneka

Waregem

Signed

03 August

Lee Nicholls

Wigan


05 August

Scott Wootton

Leeds Utd

Signed

11 August

Kieran Agard

Bristol City

Signed

31 August

Ryan Colclough

Wigan

Loan (to 01/01/17)

31 August

Jack Hendry

Wigan

Loan (to 07/01/17)

2017: 19 Jan

Robbie Muirhead

Hearts

Signed

20 Jan

Harvey Barnes

Leicester

Loan

30 Jan

Maecky Ngombo

Fortuna Dusseldorf

Loan

31 Jan

Stuart O’Keefe

Cardiff City

Loan





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IN AND OUT: The season’s transfers



Player of the Year – George Williams

Players’ Player of the Year – George Williams

Chairman's Award – Dele Alli

Team Performance of the Year – 4-0 v Peterborough United (28/1/17)

MKDSA Young Player of the Year – Harvey Barnes

Goal of the Season – Chuks Aneke v Peterborough United

Top Goalscorer – Kieran Agard (14)

Fan of the Year – Jo and Jeff Newall

Young Fan of the Year – Aiden Selleck

Academy Player of the Year – Brandon Thomas-Asante

Ladies Player of the Year – Vicky Holland

MKDSA Disability Player of the Year – Luke Dallen and Danny Ennis

Community Ambassador – Ben Tilney  


Player of the Year

George Williams

Date

Opponents


Comp

Result

Scorers

Att

Away fans

Pos

Mon 11 July

St James's Gate

A

F

W 9-1

Williams, Reeves (2), Rasulo, Walsh, Thomas-Asante, Maynard, Hitchcock, Carruthers




Tue 12 July

Drogheda United

A

F

W 3-1

Powell (2), Thomas-Asante




Wed 13 July

Tranmere Rovers

A

F

D 3-3

Furlong, Baldock,
Thomas-Asante




Sat 16 July

Cambridge City

A

F

L 2-0





Sat 16 July

St Ives Town

A

F

D 1-1

Upson




Tue 19 July

Corby Town

A

F

W 3-1

Reeves (2), Nombe




Sat 23 July

Aldershot Town

A

F

D 2-2

Maynard, Rasulo

552



Tue 26 July

Everton

H

F

L 3-1

Rasulo

10,120



Thu 28 July

Brackley Town

A

F

L 5-2

Tshimanga (2)

503



Sat 30 July

Stevenage

A

F

L 4-1

Upson




Tue 01 Aug

Liverpool U21s

H

F

L 3-1

Tshimanga

2,375

415


 









Sat 06 Aug

Shrewsbury

A

EFL1

W 1-0

Powell

5,452

601

8th

Tue 09 Aug

Newport County

A

EFLC

W 3-2

Bowditch (2), Tilney

1,402

169


Sat 13 Aug

Millwall

H

EFL1

D 2-2

Agard (2)

10,232

2,065

8th

Tue 16 Aug

Bradford City

H

EFL1

L 2-1

Upson

8,166

588

10th

Sat 20 Aug

Rochdale

A

EFL1

W 1-0

Wootton

2,176

212

7th

Tue 23 Aug

Reading

A

EFLC

L 6-4

2-2 AET, Bowdith (P), Tshimanga. Pens 2-4  Upson, GC Williams

6,848

361


Sat 27 Aug

Peterborough

H

EFL1

L 2-0


10,261

2,171

12th

Tue 30 Aug

Barnet

H

CTT

D 2-2

5-3 penalties. Reeves, Walsh.. Pens: Bowditch ,Walsh, Powell, Maynard, Thomas-Asante

2,114

147


Sat 04 Sep

Northampton T

A

EFL1

L 3-2

Bowditch, Carruthers

6,618

1,269

14th

Sat 10 Sep

Bolton

A

EFL1

D 1-1

Colclough

12,727

210

15th

Sat 17 Sep

Oxford United

H

EFL1

D 0-0


12,340

3,892

16th

Sat 24 Sep

Fleetwood Town

A

EFL1

W 4-1

Colclough 3, Bowditch (p)

2,518

247

12th

Tue 27 Sep

Bury

H

EFL1

L 3-1

Reeves

7,652

269

14th

Sat 01 Oct

Oldham

A

EFL1

W 2-0

Reeves, Agard

3,273

193

9th

Tue 04 Oct

Peterborough

A

CTT

W 1-0

Agard

1,793

138


Sun 09 Oct

Port Vale

H

EFL1

L 1-0


8,259

292

12th

Sat 15 Oct

Scunthorpe

A

EFL1

L 2-1

Agard

4,238

210

16th

Tue 18 Oct

Bristol Rovers

H

EFL1

D 3-3

Bowditch, GB Williams, Reeves

8,366

1,008

16th

Sat 22 Oct

Southend Utd

H

EFL1

L 3-0


11,039


19th

Sat 29 Oct

Sheffield United

A

EFL1

L 2-1

Potter

20,495

411

20th

Sat 05 Nov

Spennymoor Town

H

FAC

W 3-2

Reeves, Thomas-Asante, Agard

4,099

729


Tue 08 Nov

Norwich

A

CTT

L 4-1

Tapp

1,042

58


Sat 12 Nov

Walsall

H

EFL1

D 1-1

Bowditch

8,188

500

21st

Sat 19 Nov

Bristol Rovers

A

EFL1

D 0-0


9,031

291

21st

Tue 22 Nov

Chesterfield

H

EFL1

L 3-2

Powell, Colclough

7,429

207

21st

Sat 25 Nov

Coventry

A

EFL1

W 2-1

Upson (2)

9,640

722

19th

Sat 03 Dec

Charlton

A

FAC

D 0-0


4,982

639

19th

Tue 06 Dec

Yeovil

A

CTT

L 4-1

Lacey (og)

1,308

92


Sat 10 Dec

AFC Wimbledon

H

EFL1

W 1-0

Bowditch (p)

11,185

1,967

18th

Sat 13 Dec

Charlton

H

FAC

W 3-1

Powell. Reeves, Bowditch

3,655

374


Sat 17 Dec

Gillingham

A

EFL1

L 1-0


5,682

360

18th

Mon 26 Dec

Charlton

H

EFL1

L 1-0


10,257

928

16th

Fri 30 Dec

Swindon

H

EFL1

W 3-2

Agard (2), Maynard

9,385

1,087

18th

Mon 02 Jan

Chesterfield

A

EFL1

D 0-0


5,554

394

18th

Sat 07 Jan

Brighton

A

FAC

L 2-0


11,091

704


Sat 21 Jan

Northampton

H

EFL1

W 5-3

Agard, Aneke (2), Potter, Barnes

12,300

3,039

16th

Sat 28 Jan

Peterborough

A

EFL1

W 4-0

Barnes, Agard, Aneke (2)

6,617

685

15th

Sat 04 Feb

Bolton

H

EFL1

D 1-1

Agard

21,545

1,227

15th

Tue 07 Feb

Oldham

H

EFL1

W 1-0

Maynard

7,598

209

14th

Sat 11 Feb

Oxford United

A

EFL1

L 1-0


9,179

1,350

14th

Tue 14 Feb

Bury

A

EFL1

D 0-0


2,005

113

14th

Sat 18 Feb

Fleetwood Town

H

EFL1

L 1-0


8,278

159

16th

Sat 25 Feb

Shrewsbury

H

EFL1

W 2-1

Agard, Downing

8,332

543

15th

Tue 28 Feb

Bradford City

A

EFL1

D 2-2

O'Keefe, GB Williams

16,725

116

14th

Sat 04 Mar

Millwall

A

EFL1

L 2-1

Reeves

9,636

319

14th

Sat 11 Mar

Rochdale

H

EFL1

D 2-2

Agard, Reeves

10,569

329

17th

Tue 14 Mar

AFC Wimbledon

A

EFL1

L 2-0


4,112

345

17th

Sat 18 Mar

Coventry

H

EFL1

W 1-0

O'Keefe

9,060

908

16th

Sat 25 Mar

Port Vale

A

EFL1

D 0-0


3,877

229

15th

Sat 01 Apr

Gillingham

H

EFL1

W 3-2

Muirhead, Barnes, Lewington

8,807

650

14th

Tue 04 Apr

Charlton

A

EFL1

W 2-0

O'Keefe, Barnes

10,943

446

12th

Sat 08 Apr

Swindon

A

EFL1

D 1-1

Agard (p)

7,946

589

12th

Fri 14 Apr

Scunthorpe

H

EFL1

L 1-0


9,274

670

12th

Mon 17 Apr

Southend United

A

EFL1

W 2-1

Walsh, Reeves

9,009

529

12th

Sat 22 Apr

Sheffield United

H

EFL1

L 3-0


18,180

7,521

12th

Sun 30 Apr

Walsall

A

EFL1

W 4-1

Muirhead, Reeves, O'Keefe, Barnes

5,004


12th

EFL1: How they finished

2016: 14 May

Anthony Kay

 Bury

Released

14 May

Jordan Spence

 

Released

14 May

Matt Upson

 

Released

14 May

Nicky Maynard

 

Left

25 May

Cody Cropper

NE Revolution

Released

14 June

Carl Baker

Portsmouth

Free

14 June

Alex Revell

Northampton

Free

24 June

Harry Hickford

Forest Green

Free

29 June

Lee Hodson

Rangers

Signed

12 July

Kyle McFadzean

Burton Albion

Signed

10 August

Tom Hitchcock


Released

24 August

Simon Church

Roda

Signed

2017: 03 Jan

Samir Carruthers

Sheffield Utd

Signed








Pld

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Sheffield United

46

30

10

6

92

47

45

100

2

Bolton Wanderers

46

25

11

10

68

36

32

86


3

Scunthorpe United

46

24

10

12

80

54

26

82


4

Fleetwood Town

46

23

13

10

64

43

21

82


5

Bradford City

46

20

19

7

62

43

19

79


6

Millwall

46

20

13

13

66

57

9

73


7

Southend United

46

20

12

14

70

53

17

72


8

Oxford United

46

20

9

17

65

52

13

69


9

Rochdale

46

19

12

15

71

62

9

69


10

Bristol Rovers

46

18

12

16

68

70

-2

66


11

Peterborough Utd

46

17

11

18

62

62

0

62


12

Milton Keynes Dons

46

16

13

17

60

58

2

61


13

Charlton Athletic

46

14

18

14

60

53

7

60


14

Walsall

46

14

16

16

51

58

-7

58


15

AFC Wimbledon

46

13

18

15

52

55

-3

57


16

Northampton Town

46

14

11

21

60

73

-13

53


17

Oldham Athletic

46

12

17

17

31

44

-13

53


18

Shrewsbury Town

46

13

12

21

46

63

-17

51


19

Bury

46

13

11

22

61

73

-12

50


20

Gillingham

46

12

14

20

59

79

-20

50

21

Port Vale

46

12

13

21

45

70

-25

49

22

Swindon Town

46

11

11

24

44

66

-22

44

23

Coventry City

46

9

12

25

37

68

-31

39

24

Chesterfield

46

9

10

27

43

78

-35

37

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Robbie was born in Paisley on 19 June 1980 and played as a defender. He was originally attached to Rangers, the team he supported, through their Boys Club system. He joined Hearts Youth Academy at 16 as he felt it offered him a better chance of eventual first-team football.

He had time on loan at Cowdenbeath in 1999. In August 2002 he went to Queen of the South on loan, making 17 appearances for them, including a man of the match performance at Clyde. He returned to Tynecastle in January 2003. On 4 February 2009 he was made Hearts' captain after the departure of Christophe Berra.

Robbie signed a three-year contract with Leicester City in May 2009 but after a year he was dropped from the first team and was then loaned to Brentford before being given a free



 

transfer in the summer of 2011. He played for Dundee United during the 2011–12 season, and later for Falkirk and East Fife. He was capped 10 times as a Scotland under-21.and won his only full Scotland cap in a
2–0 Euro 2008 qualifying defeat by Ukraine in Kiev in October 2006.

He became Hearts' head coach in 2014, winning the Scottish Championship title in his first season, and joined MK Dons as manager on 2 December 2016.




Robbie Neilson

Stevie started his playing career as a striker with Raith Rovers, winning the 1994 Scottish League Cup and playing in the UEFA Cup. He later played for Millwall, Hibernian, Dunfermline Athletic  Plymouth Argyle, Dundee United, Aberdeen, East Fife, Cowdenbeath and Forfar Athletic and won 25 caps for Scotland. He became manager of East Fife in April 2009, then assistant manager at Falkirk in 2011 and Hearts in 2014, before moving to MK with Robbie in December 2016.