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Blast From The Past: MK Dons Sign Midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker, 33, On Deal Until End Of The Season

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It's a name that hasn't been uttered round these parts for many a moon, but today MK Dons have announced the signing of Nigel Reo-Coker.

Reo-Coker, who last played professional football for IK Start in the 2017 Norwegian Eliteserien, has been training with MK for the past three weeks and even featured in their last two Under-23 fixtures.

Grudge Match: AFC Wimbledon Charged For Refusing To Use MK Dons’ Full Name During League One Tie

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AFC Wimbledon have been slapped with a charge for breaching Football League regulations during their fraught, ill-tempered home tie against MK Dons back in September.

Wimbledon steadfastly refused to acknowledge the 'Dons' part of their opponents' name, curtly referring to them as 'Milton Keynes' in the fixture listing on their club website while simply failing to reference them at all in the official match programme.

Grudge Match: AFC Wimbledon Once Again Refuse To Acknowledge MK Dons’ Existence As Two Clubs Meet In League One (Photos)

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AFC Wimbledon played host to MK Dons in League One on Friday evening and the whole occasion was about as bitter and trenchant as you might expect.

The two splinter clubs met for the very first time earlier this year, when AFC laid on an acrimonious "welcome" for their visitors at Kingsmeadow byrefusing to acknowledge the 'Dons' part of Milton Keynes' club moniker, while also refusing chairman Peter Winkelman and his fellow executives access to the corporate section of the ground.

AFC Wimbledon ‘Welcome’ MK Dons To Kingsmeadow For First Time By Completely Refusing To Acknowledge Opponents (Photos)

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Tuesday night saw AFC Wimbledon'welcome' MK Dons to their Kingsmeadow ground for the first time sincethe two clubs acrimoniously splintered back in 2002.

As you might expect, Wimbledondidn't prove to beoverly gracious hosts for the League One encounter in fact, the entire eveningproved to be actively hostile.

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Modern Football Is Rubbish: MK Dons Release ’50th Anniversary’ Shirt Despite Only Being Formed 12 Years Ago (Photo)

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What you're looking at there is the new, limited edition '50th anniversary' commemorative shirt, as released by the MK Dons recently.

"But wait, MK Dons are a prefab club that were only formed in 2004 as a desperate corporate cash-grab," we hear you cry in unison.

Cheltenham Town, Leyton Orient, Barnet and Wycombe lead chase for non-league ace

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Cheltenham Town, Leyton Orient, Barnet and Wycombe lead chase for non-league ace

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Charlton Athletic: Karl Robinson Agrees To Become Roland Duchatelet’s Seventh Future Ex-Manager

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Charlton Athletic have announced that Karl Robinson has been appointed as their new manager on a two-and-a-half year contract.

Robinson left MK Dons last month after six-and-a-half years at the club followinga slump in form saw the team drop to 19th in League One, falling well short of their expected promotion push.

WATCH: U18 Academy Leagues Goal of the Month – from a sensational Stevenage strike to a lovely team effort

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Classy As F**k: MK Dons Midfielder Banned From Cheltenham Festival After Being Caught ‘Urinating In Pint Glass’

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The organisers of Cheltenham Festival have confirmed that a party of Championship footballershave had their booking cancelled after one of their number was photographer urinating in a glass on a balcony.

The player in question was MK Dons midfielder Sami Carruthers, who was caught by a photographer as he relieved himself into the pint pot while surrounded by racegoers and then had somebody else pour it over the balcony.

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FA Youth Cup: MK Dons Under-18s Prospect Tommy Hope Scores Amazing Zidane-Style Volley To Seal Dramatic Win Over Cardiff (Video)

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Tommy Hope and glory (Photo: MK Dons)

MK Dons Under-18s pinched themselves a late, late 1-0 win over Cardiff City in the third round of FA Youth Cup at Stadium:MK on Tuesday evening.

The decisive goal came in the 87th minute when a loose clearance dropped to MK left-back Tommy Hope quite a distance beyond the far post.

Crowd Funding: MK Dons Fans Raise £1,350 To Help Pay For Damage Caused To Hyde’s Pitch During FA Cup Match

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As you may recall, MK Dons fans recently clubbed together to help non-league Hyde United pay for the damage done to their pitch during a recent FA Cup first round tie between the two sides.

A flare, incidentally let off by a Hyde fan, burned a hole in the club's artificial pitchliterally minutes before the game at Ewen Fields was due to kick off.

Pitching In: MK Dons Fans Raise Money To Help Hyde United Cover £12,500 Repair Bill After 3G Surface Damaged By Flare Before FA Cup Match

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Hyde United have thanked MK Dons fans for their "fantastic" generosity after they pitched in to help pay off the enormous bill incurred when a flare set fire to the non-league club's pitch before last week's FA Cup first round match.

BBC cameras caught the damage caused by the flare, which scorched the surface and burnt a hole right through Hyde's artificial pitch literally minutes before the game at Ewen Fields was due to kick off.

MK Dons 1-5 Chelsea - Strong Chelsea side blow the opposition away.

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Chelsea named a strong side to take on the MK Dons yesterday and blew them away with a totally dominant performance. Goals from Oscar (3), Hazard and Traore sealed our progress into the next round with a date at home to Manchester City.
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Chelsea build confidence with win over MK Dons

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After a poor start to the 2015/16 season, Chelsea have finally gotten back to their winning ways. Chelsea extended their unbeaten run under Guus Hiddink to 9 games after a convincing 5-1 win against MK Dons in the FA Cup fourth round.

MK Dons - Chelsea: Preview and Lineups Prediction

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Chelsea face off against Championship side MK Dons at Stadium MK this Sunday for a place in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The Blues are still buzzing from a sterling 1-0 win over Arsenal on the road last weekend and will be looking to push on in one of only competitions offering a genuine chance of silverware this season.

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Americans Abroad Tuesday Rewind: Eric Lichaj, Gboly Ariyibi, Duane Holmes and more

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Only one U.S. Men's National Team contributor saw the field on Tuesday but a pair of younger Americans did score goals to help lead their sides to cup wins.

Eric Lichaj started and played all 90 minutes for Nottingham Forest in Tuesday's League Cup win over Shrewsbury Town, while MK Dons winger Gboly Ariyibi and Scunthorpe United's Duane Holmes stole the show.

Cody Cropper set to be released by MK Dons

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Cody Cropper's run with MK Dons is coming to an end.

The English clubannounced on Wednesday that MK Dons has opted not to renew the goalkeeper's contract. The decision will make Cropper a free agent once his current deal expires in June.

The U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team goalkeeper made 12 appearances for the club this past season after joining from Southampton as a free agent last summer.

Cody Cropper to meet with MK Dons to discuss future

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U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team goalkeeper Cody Copper is set to meet with MK Donsmanager Karl Robinson to discuss his future, according to the team's website.

Copper, who is out of contract at the end of the season, was starting for the side in the Football League Championship in England, but injured his shoulder on April 23.

Cody Cropper to start remainder of season for MK Dons

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U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team goalkeeper Cody Cropper will see some important minutes in the English Championship in the coming weeks.

Cropper will be the starting goalkeeper for Milton Keynes Dons for the remainder of the club's 2015-16 season, as first-choice netminder David Martin will be sidelined with a fractured hand.

Cody Cropper earns first league start for MK Dons

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After making the move to Milton Keynes Dons last summer, Cody Cropper earned his first English Championship start on Tuesday.

The 23-year-old goalkeeper started and made one save in MK Dons' 1-1 tie vs. Huddersfield.MK Dons, which had a one-man advantage for most of the second half, conceded a late goal to Nahki Wells.

AFC Wimbledon

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Football Cities: Milton Keynes

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Haters are gonna hate and my goodness, this website has expounded a lot of column inches putting the boot into MK Dons in itssix and a half years of existence.

At times, we've attempted to raise the level of acrimony to an art form – much as When Saturday Comes have refused to include the Dons in its annual season previews, we have declined to let people forget .

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Brighton take step towards automatic promotion, but MK Dons get relegated

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Brighton bolstered their bid for automatic promotion to the Premier League with a 3-1 win at Charlton on Saturday, while Milton Keynes Dons were relegated to the third tier after a 4-1 thrashing by Brentford.

Chris Hughton's Brighton are third in the Championship but only goal difference is keeping them below leaders Burnley and second placed Middlesbrough with two games remaining in a thrilling finale to the promotion race.

Brighton take step towards automatic promotion, but MK Dons get relegated

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Brighton bolstered their bid for automatic promotion to the Premier League with a 3-1 win at Charlton on Saturday, while Milton Keynes Dons were relegated to the third tier after a 4-1 thrashing by Brentford.

Chris Hughton's Brighton are third in the Championship but only goal difference is keeping them below leaders Burnley and second placed Middlesbrough with two games remaining in a thrilling finale to the promotion race.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club Championship Preview 2015-16

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Despite the grumblings of the odd curmudgeon, AFC Bournemouth's promotion to the Premier League in 2014-5 made it a memorable campaign for up and coming clubs last year and the competition looks perhaps yet more even this time out. Relegated clubs are usually among the picks to hop straight back but here is our assessment of the riders and runners for the fray that commences tomorrow evening.

Chelsea

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Tottenham Hotspur

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Tottenham sign promising midfielder Dele Alli from MK Dons

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Tottenham have announced the signing of midfielder Dele Alli from MK Dons.

The 18-year-old has joined on a five-and-a-half-year contract, and been loaned back to the League One club for the rest of the season.

Alli has scored 12 goals in 27 league appearances this term, and started all four matches in the Dons' Capital One Cup run which included a shock 4-0 second-round win over Manchester United in August.

Tottenham sign promising midfielder Dele Alli from MK Dons

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Tottenham have announced the signing of midfielder Dele Alli from MK Dons.

The 18-year-old has joined on a five-and-a-half-year contract, and been loaned back to the League One club for the rest of the season.

Alli has scored 12 goals in 27 league appearances this term, and started all four matches in the Dons' Capital One Cup run which included a shock 4-0 second-round win over Manchester United in August.

Tottenham sign Dele Alli from MK Dons

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Saints recruiter Paul Mitchell can change Spurs, says MK Dons boss Karl Robinson

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Will Arsenal regret letting Benik Afobe leave?

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CONFIRMED – Arsenal close to selling yet ANOTHER striker

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Why would Arsenal buy a striker when we already have ………?

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Lack Of Ambition, Decisiveness Cost Magpies New England Hero

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Last January there was news that Newcastle were in the lead to sign 18 year-old MK Dons central midfielder Dele Alli, who was said to be one of England's emerging stars and was playing well for the MK Dons. The lad stands 6'2″ tall and while we were the favorites we seemed to hesitate over [...]