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MILTON KEYNES DONS

SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION

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2018-19 squad The 2017-18 Squad

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Front Row:

THE RESULTS

THE PLAYERS

DATE

PLAYER

FROM


2017: 01 July

Peter Pawlett

Aberdeen

Free

01 July

Conor McGrandles

Norwich

Free

01 July

Ousseynou Cissé

Tours

Free

05 July

Wiegar Sietsma

FC Heerenveen

Free

14 July

Ethan Ebanks-Landell

Wolves

Loan

18 July

Gboly Ariyibi

Notts Forest

Loan (to 16/1/18)

21 July

Ryan Seager

Southampton

Loan (to 26/1/18)

27 July

Aaron Tshibola

Aston Villa

Loan (to 9/11/17)

14 Aug

Osman Sow

Henan Jianye

Free

31 Aug

Scott Golbourne

Bristol City

Loan

31 Aug

Alex Gilbey

Wigan Athletic

Signed

31 Aug

Aiden Nesbitt

Celtic

Signed

2018: 05 Jan

Ike Ugbo

Chelsea

Loan

17 Jan

Marcus Tavernier

Middlesbrough

Loan

30 Jan

Josh Tymon

Stoke City

Loan

30 Jan

Elliott Ward

Blackburn

Loan

22 Mar

Nigel Reo-Coker


Signed

IN ►

IN AND OUT: The season’s transfers



With no First-Team awards recognising performances on the pitch handed out by the club, the main honour of the Awards evening went to Mike Dove, who was presented with the Chairman’s Award by Pete Winkelman.

The Academy Player of Year award went to David Kasumu while Alice Hughes walked away with the Ladies Player of the Year trophy. Goal of the Season was awarded to Tommy Hope for his terrific strike in the FA Youth Cup victory over Cardiff City Under-18s at Stadium MK.

Full list of winners:

Chairman’s Award – Mike Dove

Goal of the Season – Tommy Hope v Cardiff City Under-18s

Young Player of the Year – Callum Brittain

Academy Player of the Year – David Kasumu

Ladies Player of the Year – Alice Hughes

Disability Player of the Year – Sam Jarred

Community Ambassador – Lee Nicholls

Media Personality of the Year – Alex Gilbey

Fan of the Year –  Winners: Radar and Bootsie. Highly Commended: Jane Samm and Rex Burton

Young Fans of the Year – Thomas Fuller and Elena Gundry

Player of the Year

  

Date

Opponents


Comp

Result

Scorers

Att

Away fans

Pos

Tue 04 July

Buckingham Ath

A

FR

W 3-0

Agard, Kasumu, Evans




Fri 07 July

Newpt Pagnell Tn 

A

FR

W 4-1

Rasulo (3), Nombe




Sat 08 July

Aylesbury 

A

FR

W 2-1

Rasulo, Nombe




Wed 12 July

Szeged 2011

A

FR

L 1-0





Sat 15 July

Budaorsi SC

A

FR

L 4-2

Walsh, Muirhead




Fri 21 July

Coventry City 

A

FR

L 2-0





Tue 25 July

Brentford

H

FR

L 3-2

Seager (2)




Sat 28 July

Leicester City

H

FR

D 0-0






Sat 05 Aug

Wigan Athletic

H

EFL1

L 1-0


9,164

1,303

19th

Tue 08 Aug

Forest Green Rvrs

A

CC

W 1-0

Ariyibi

1,608

341


Sat 12 Aug

Blackpool

A

EFL1

L 1-0


3,412

567

20th

Sat 19 Aug

Gillingham

H

EFL1

W 1-0

Sow

7,901

583

16th

Tue 22 Aug

Swansea

H

CC

L 4-1

Seager

5,162

554

 

Sat 26 Aug

Blackburn Rovers

A

EFL1

L 4-1

Upson

10,111

272

20th

Tue 29 Aug

Brighton

H

CTT

W 2-0

Ariyibi, Tshibola

1,541

78


Sat 02 Sep

Oxford United

H

EFL1

D 1-1

Brittain

10,746

2,924

19th

Sat 09 Sep

Plymouth Argyle

A

EFL1

W 1-0

Nesbitt

8,566

211

15th

Tue 12 Sep

Peterborough Utd

A

EFL1

L 2-0


6,465

369

15th

Sat 16 Sep

Rochdale

H

EFL1

W 3-2

Ariyibi (2), Seager

7,671

261

13th

Fri 22 Sep

AFC Wimbledon

A

EFL1

W 2-0

francomb (og), Ariyibi

3,973

263

9th

Tue 26 Sep

Northampton Tn

H

EFL1

D 0-0


11,340

2,566

12th

Sat 30 Sep

Bury

A

EFL1

W 2-0

Sow, Ebanks-Landell

3,165

166

10th

Tue 03 Oct

Stevenage

H

CTT

W 5-4

FT 0-0, penalties Nesbitt, Seager, McGrandles, Nombe, Thomas-Asante

2,031

129


Sat 07 Oct

Bradford City

H

EFL1

L 4-1

Ebanks-Landell

9,106

996

14th

Sat 14 Oct

Portsmouth

A

EFL1

L 2-0


17,608

580

14th

Tue 17 Oct

Walsall

H

EFL1

D 1-1

Aneke

7,258

248

14th

Sat 21 Oct

Oldham Athletic

H

EFL1

D 4-4

Gilbey, Upson (2), Nesbitt

9,312

694

15th

Sat 28 Oct

Bristol Rovers

A

EFL1

L 2-0


8,701

225

16th

Fri 03 Nov

Hyde United

A

FAC

W 4-0

Nesbitt, Aneke,
Ebanks-Landell, Upson

2,980

224


Tue 07 Nov

Oxford United

A

CTT

W 4-3

Thomas-Asante, Ariybi (2), Seager

1,182

101


Sat 11 Nov

Fleetwood Town

H

EFL1

W 1-0

Aneke

7,827

128

14th

Sat 18 Nov

Charlton Athletic

A

EFL1

D 2-2

Agard (2)

10,577

602

13th

Tue 21 Nov

Southend United

H

EFL1

D 1-1

Agard (p)

7,521

524

13th

Sat 25 Nov

Doncaster Rovers

A

EFL1

L 2-1

Aneke

7,743

268

15th

Sat 02 Dec

Maidstone United

H

FAC

W 4-1

Nesbitt, Agard (2), Pawlett

4,804

1,541

16th

Wed 06 Dec

Chelsea U21s

H

CTT

L 4-0


1,549

158


Sat 09 Dec

Shrewsbury Town

H

EFL1

D 1-1

Pawlett

8,355

492

17th

Sat 16 Dec

Scunthorpe United

A

EFL1

D 2-2

Agard, Aneke

3,569

131

17th

Sat 23 Dec

Rotherham United

A

EFL1

L 2-1

Aneke

8,333

243

19th

Tue 26 Dec

Plymouth Argyle

H

EFL1

L 1-0


9,268

944

20th

Sat 30 Dec

Peterborough Utd

H

EFL1

W 1-0

Aneke

10,304

2,375

17th

Mon 01 Jan

Oxford United

A

EFL1

L 3-1

Gilbey

7,628

650

19th

Sat 06 Jan

Queens Park Rgrs

A

FAC

W 1-0

Cissé

6,314

1,163


Sat 13 Jan

AFC Wimbledon

H

EFL1

D 0-0


9,504

705

19th

Sat 20 Jan

Northampton Tn

A

EFL1

L 2-1

Gilbey

7,321

1,210

21st

Sat 27 Jan

Coventry City

H

FAC

L 1-0


14,925

7,833


Sat 03 Feb

Walsall

A

EFL1

L1-0


4,009

436

21st

Sat 10 Feb

Portsmouth

H

EFL1

L 2-1

Ugbo

14,762

6,257

22nd

Tue 13 Feb

Oldham Athletic

A

EFL1

L 1-0


3,181

119

22nd

Sat 17 Feb

Charlton Athletic

H

EFL1

L 2-1

Agard

8,961

1,194

22nd

Wed 21 Feb

Rochdale

A

EFL1

D 0-0


2,273

80

22nd

Sat 24 Feb

Fleetwood Town

A

EFL1

D 1-1

Muirhead

2,773

205

22nd

Sat 03 Mar

Bristol Rovers

H

EFL1

L 1-0


8,240

1,138

22nd

Tue 13 Mar

Rotherham

H

EFL1

W 3-2

Muirhead (2) Pawlett

7,327

559

22nd

Sat 17 Mar

Bury

H

EFL1

W 2-1

Aneke (2 Ps)

9,247

277

22nd

Sat 24 Mar

Blackpool

H

EFL1

D 0-0


8,094

490

22nd

Thu 29 Mar

Gillingham

A

EFL1

W 2-1

Aneke, Williams

5,540

443

20th

Mon 02 Apr

Blackbuirn Rovers

H

EFL1

L 2-1

Pawlett

11,215

2,524

21st

Sat 07 Apr

Wigan Athletic

A

EFL1

L 5-1

Brittan

8,404

333

22nd

Sat 14 Apr

Doncaster Rovers

H

EFL1

L 2-1

Ugbo

8,954

738

23rd

Sat 21 Apr

Southend United

A

EFL1

L 4-0


7,546

390

23rd

Tue 24 Apr

Bradford City

A

EFL1

L 2-0


19,192

111

23rd

Sat 28 Apr

Scunthorpe United

H

EFL1

L 2-0


9,578

713

23rd

Sat 05 May

Shrewsbury Town

A

EFL1

W 1-0

Agard

6,516

327

23rd

PREVIOUS
SEASON

FOLLOWING
SEASON

2016-17 Squad 2018-19 squad

© MKDons.com

DATE

PLAYER

TO


13 June

George Baldock

Sheffield Utd

Signed

30 June

Darren Potter

Rotherham

Released

30 June

David Martin

Millwall

Released

30 June

Nicky Maynard

Aberdeen

Free

30 June

Daniel Powell

Northampton Tn

Released

30 June

Charlie Burns

Galway United

Released

30 June

Dean Bowditch

Northampton Tn

Released

30 June

Kabongo Tshimanga

Boston United

Released

04 August

Ben Reeves

Charlton

Free

2018: 08 Jan

Paul Downing

Blackburn

Signed













OUT ►


EFL1: How they finished




Pld

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

P

1

Wigan Athletic

46

29

11

6

89

29

60

98

P

2

Blackburn Rovers

46

28

12

6

82

40

42

96


3

Shrewsbury Town

46

25

12

9

60

39

21

87

P

4

Rotherham United

46

24

7

15

73

53

20

79


5

Scunthorpe United

46

19

17

10

65

50

15

74


6

Charlton Athletic

46

20

11

15

58

51

7

71


7

Plymouth Argyle

46

19

11

16

58

59

-1

68


8

Portsmouth

46

20

6

20

57

56

1

66


9

Peterborough United

46

17

13

16

68

60

8

64


10

Southend United

46

17

12

17

58

62

-4

63


11

Bradford City

46

18

9

19

57

67

-10

63


12

Blackpool

46

15

15

16

60

55

5

60


13

Bristol Rovers

46

16

11

19

60

66

-6

59


14

Fleetwood Town

46

16

9

21

59

68

-9

57


15

Doncaster Rovers

46

13

17

16

52

52

0

56


16

Oxford United

46

15

11

20

61

66

-5

56


17

Gillingham

46

13

17

16

50

55

-5

56


18

AFC Wimbledon

46

13

14

19

47

58

-11

53


19

Walsall

46

13

13

20

53

66

-13

52


20

Rochdale

46

11

18

17

49

57

-8

51

R

21

Oldham Athletic

46

11

17

18

58

75

-17

50

R

22

Northampton Town

46

12

11

23

43

77

-34

47

R

23

Milton Keynes Dons

46

11

12

23

43

69

-26

45

R

24

Bury

46

8

12

26

41

71

-30

36

Dan is the son of Italian parents and, although born in England, he had a healthy obsession with Italian football, often visiting his parent’s homeland with his brother to indulge in the country’s biggest derbies.

He attended Loughborough University and the University of Liverpool achieving Master's degrees in both International Management and Football.

After coaching spells with Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur’s academies, he joined Milton Keynes Dons in October
2007 as Assistant Academy Manager, and was later promoted to Head of Academy Coaching. England international Dele Alli credits him as being key in his
development as a footballer. Dan left the Dons in August 2013 to join the FA as


 

Coach and Player Development Technical Lead concentrating on the development of England national team players and coaches in the U12 to U16 age group.

He was appointed as manager of the England U16 national team in 2015, winning the Nike International Tournament Cup that year with victories over teams including Brazil U17 and tournament hosts USA U17. Several players he coached in the U16 age group who progressed into the England U17 team went on to win the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Dan left the FA by mutual consent on 21 December 2017 and rejoined the Dons as First Team Manager on 23 January. After a string of poor results, with the Dons 23rd in the table, he was sacked on 22 April.


Dan Micciche First Team Manager January-April 2018

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Keith was born in Croydon on 26 September 1966. After spells as an apprentice at Southampton and Crystal Palace, he spent time as a junior at Brentford, turning professional in 1983 and making 305 League appearances for the club before joining Watford in 1994, and Bristol City in 1999.

After retiring as a player in 2003 he became under-17 manager at Bristol City and assistant first team manager the next year. He had two spells as caretaker manager in 2005 and 2010 before getting the job permanently in 2010. He left City in October 2011.

After a spell as Head of Coaching and Development at Blackpool in 2012 he followed manager Ian Holloway to Crystal





 appointed Assistant Manager at Crystal Palace in November 2012, following former Blackpool manager Ian Holloway. On 23 October 2013, he was appointed as caretaker manager after Holloway left by mutual consent.

He became assistant manager and had two further spells as caretaker manager in 2014 after the departures of Tony Pulis and Neil Warnock

On 9 January 2017, after the appointment of Sam Allardyce as manager, it was announced that Keith had left Palace. He worked with the Tottenham Hotspur’s development squad before moving to MK Dons as Assistant Manager on


Palace as his Assistant Manager in November 2012, On 23 October 2013, he was appointed caretaker manager after Holloway left.

He remained assistant manager after
the arrival of Tony Pulis in November and had two further spells as caretaker
manager in 2014 following the departures
of Pulis and Neil Warnock.

After the appointment of Sam Allardyce
as manager on 9 January 2017, it was announced that Keith had left Palace.

He then worked with Tottenham
Hotspur’s development squad before
moving to MK Dons as Assistant Manager on 23 January 2018. After Dan Micciche’s sacking, he was named caretaker manager for the last three games of the season.

Keith Millen Assistant First Team Manager 2018-

NAME

              GOALS

League   Total

ANEKE

Chuks

9

10

AGARD

Kieran

6

8

ARIYIBI

Gboly

3

4

GILBEY

Alex

3

3

MUIRHEAD

Robbie

3

3

PAWLETT

Peter

3

4

UPSON

Ed

3

4

BRITTAIN

Callum

2

2

EBANKS-LANDELL

Ethan

2

3

NESBITT

Aidan

2

4

SEAGER

Ryan

2

4

SOW

Osman

2

2

UGBO

Ike

2

2

WILLIAMS

George

1

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