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MK Dons ‘appalled’ by alleged racist abuse of Chuks Aneke on social media

• Forward was targeted after defeat to Tranmere on Saturday• MK Dons describe abuse as ‘totally disgusting and unacceptable’MK Dons say they are “appalled” after their forward Chuks Aneke was the subject of a racist social media post on Sunday.The post…

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League Two 2018-19 season preview | Ben Fisher

MK Dons will be hoping their stay in the fourth tier is a brief one but the promotion race will be fierce with Notts County and Exeter hoping to improve on last season’s play-off defeatsThe MK Dons chairman, Pete Winkelman, may have held his hands up a…

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AFC Wimbledon and MK Dons head in different directions once more | Simon Burnton

Two years ago the two clubs stood for the first time on the same rung of the footballing ladder but next season Wimbledon will look down on MK Dons from League OneAFC Wimbledon and MK Dons will always live in each other’s shadow, destined to forever – …

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Football League round-up: Blackburn bounce back to the Championship

• Charlie Mulgrew’s header seals Rovers’ return at Doncaster• Chesterfield drop into non-league football without playingCharlie Mulgrew scored a late winner as Blackburn returned to the Championship with a 1-0 victory at Doncaster. Rovers have bounced …

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Football League: Fulham go above Derby after win, MK’s poor run goes on

Fulham leapfrog Derby to go fourth in ChampionshipMK Dons winless in 2018 after 1-0 loss at Bristol Rovers Continue reading…

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Football League: Fulham go above Derby after win, MK’s poor run goes on

Fulham leapfrog Derby to go fourth in ChampionshipMK Dons winless in 2018 after 1-0 loss at Bristol Rovers Continue reading…

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FA Cup fourth round: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Michy Batshuayi might be just what Chelsea need, VAR creates fresh farce and Coventry’s on-field outlook brightens at lastCardiff are not the first team to irk Pep Guardiola this season with their aggressive style but the constant fouling and Lee Mason…

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FA Cup fourth round: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Michy Batshuayi might be just what Chelsea need, VAR creates fresh farce and Coventry’s on-field outlook brightens at lastCardiff are not the first team to irk Pep Guardiola this season with their aggressive style but the constant fouling and Lee Mason…

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FA Cup fourth round: match previews

All the news and match previews for this weekend’s FA Cup fourth-round matchesIf Manchester City are to complete the quadruple they will have to get past a team whose form has been somewhat mixed in recent weeks. Cardiff are undefeated in four games ha…

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Eight players who could light up the FA Cup fourth round

From a winger at Hull to a loanee at MK Dons we select talent outside the Premier League worth watching this weekend Related: FA Cup fourth round: 10 things to look out for this weekend Continue reading…

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Football League: Derby go second with Sam Winnall double at Ipswich

• Derby end December unbeaten with a 2-1 win at Ipswich to go second• Nine-man MK Dons hang on for an hour to beat Peterborough• Derby County completed an unbeaten December by going second in the Championship as they beat Ipswich 2-1 at Portman Road. R…

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Saïss and Bonatini take Wolves four points clear with win over Fulham

Impressive Wolverhampton Wanderers moved four points clear at the top of the Championship after cruising past a limp Fulham side. Continue reading…

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MK Dons’ George Williams: how university saved my football career

The defender thought his dream was over when he was released by MK Dons as an 18-year-old, but it gave him the chance to experience student life instead before he came full circle and ended up back at his boyhood clubGeorge Williams can recall the scen…

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A weekend of football passion, rivalry and animosity – photo essay

The Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins takes in three emotionally charged football matches over three days and captures all the colour and passion as AFC Wimbledon take on MK Dons, Tottenham Hotspur visit West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday face Sheffield …

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A weekend of football passion, rivalry and animosity – photo essay

The Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins takes in three emotionally charged football matches over three days and captures all the colour and passion as AFC Wimbledon take on MK Dons, Tottenham Hotspur visit West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday face Sheffield …

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A weekend of football passion, rivalry and animosity – photo essay

The Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins takes in three emotionally charged football matches over three days and captures all the colour and passion as AFC Wimbledon take on MK Dons, Tottenham Hotspur visit West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday face Sheffield …

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A weekend of football passion, rivalry and animosity – photo essay

The Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins takes in three emotionally charged football matches over three days and captures all the colour and passion as AFC Wimbledon take on MK Dons, Tottenham Hotspur visit West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday face Sheffield …

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League One and League Two: a fan from each club previews the 2017–18 season

If the fans who spoke to us are right, Bradford City, Bristol Rovers, Bury, Charlton and Southend United – and a few other clubs – will be in the play-offs

• Championship: fans preview the season

It would be nice to stay clear of relegation and have a comfortable season with a few big wins to keep us going. I’d like a number of our younger players to establish themselves here rather than being bought by Premier League clubs.

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Carabao Cup draw descends into farce as Charlton get two opponents

• Graphic shows Charlton facing Exeter and Cheltenham in first round
• Forest Green Rovers forced to clarify opponents on Twitter after confusion

The draw for the first round of the Carabao Cup descended into farce as Charlton Athletic were shown to be playing twice and other clubs were given the wrong opponents in an on-screen graphic.

The broadcast from Bangkok via a livestream on the Thai energy drink’s Facebook page further backfired amid sound issues and a stalling feed.

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Wimbledon rise further above MK Dons after Jake Reeves sets up win

“Where were you when you were us?” sang the home fans after they took the lead, summing up the mixed-up, muddled-up relationship between two clubs which will forever be conjoined by controversy and kind-of-shared history, made in Wimbledon and bought by Milton Keynes.

In the league, however, the upstarts from south-west London stand apart, this victory opening a six-point lead over their arch-enemies and increasing the likelihood of a higher league finish and the crowning achievement of a short and wildly dramatic history.

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