As we invite the expansion of AFC Wimbledon to the Football League for the season 2011-2012, we see what has occurred in the vocations of a portion of the players who were in the crew for their last at any point game against Derby in May 2004.
Stuart Murdoch (Manager) – Murdoch remained with the club until he was sacked in November 2004 after a line of unfortunate outcomes. He has since focused his endeavors on his goalkeeping training and had spells at Bournemouth, Norwich and Southampton prior to joining the staff at Gillingham in November 2010.
Warren Barton – Barton just showed up in 5 games during the season and at 35 years old this was his last proficient club prior to exiting the association to play for Dagenham and Redbridge. He is presently Head Coach at MLS side San Diego Flash.
Dignitary Holdsworth – At 35 years of age Holdsworth was toward the finish of his profession yet at the same time played 28 games and scored 3 objectives during the season. He exited the association toward the finish of the time and played for various non-association sides prior to taking on the supervisor’s jobs at Redbridge and afterward Newport County. He is presently supervisor of Aldershot Town.
Jamie Mackie – Mackie was just 18 when he played 13 groups for Wimbledon สมัคร ufabet เว็บไหนดี during their last season. He left Wimbledon toward the finish of the time and had effective spells with Exeter City and Plymouth prior to joining Queens Park Rangers in 2010. A few incredible appearances for QPR procured him a hit up to the Scottish public side who he has now addressed on 3 events.
Jermaine Darlington – Darlington was delivered after their last season as Wimbledon FC and went onto play for Watford and Cardiff City. He then, at that point, went onto join AFC Wimbledon making him the primary ex-Wimbledon player to play seriously for them. He presently plays for Whitstable Town.
Jason Puncheon – At 17 years of age Puncheon remained on with the club when they migrated to Milton Keynes, He remained for a very long time before the club delivered him and following several years playing non association football he was back in the association with Barnet. His stock rose and he moved to Southampton in 2010 yet subsequent to losing his place he protected a credit spell in the Premier League with Blackpool where he scored 3 objectives in 11 games.