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RUFC - Fans Question - MK Dons

Ahead of the Millers game with MK Dons on Saturday, Sam answered our questions for us

What is your name and how long have you supported your team?
Sam Wainwright, this is my fourth season as a Dons fan.

How do you think you will do this season?
At the rate we are going at the minute I`ve got to say promotion.

How do you think your team will line up against The Millers?
GK - Willy Gueret
RB - Drissa Diallo
CB - Sean O'Hanlon
CB - Danny Swailes
LB - Dean Lewington
CM - Keith Andrews (skipper)
CM - Alan Navarro
CM - Colin Cameron
LWF - Lloyd Dyer
RWF - Mark Wright
ST - Kevin Gallen

Who is your best player?
Keith Andrews without a doubt. He can pass, tackle, lead and is out top scorer from the centre of midfield.

Who is the best player you have ever seen at your club?
Izale Mcleod is an obvious choice because of his big summer move to London but I have to say his work rate was disappointing. Either Izale or Andrews.

Who could you gladly do without!?
Nobody. Our club is going places with the current squad.

If there was one thing you could change about your club, what would it be?
The constant wheel of new managers

What is the best game you have ever seen involving your club?
MK Dons V Tranmere. The National Hockey Stadium. May 2005. On the last game of the season which dragged us out of the relegation zone because of a late Gareth Edds strike.

Who is the best opposing team you have ever seen?
Spurs beat us 5-0 at home although personally I had to miss that one.

What is the best thing you have ever eaten/drunk at a football match?
I had a lovely sausage roll at Notts County last year.




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Writer: Herringthorpe  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 3 2008

Time: 7:18PM

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Thanks for answering those, Sam! Good of you. Should be a good game on Saturday. And, if you are visiting Millmoor on Saturday you might want to revise your last answer!
herringthorpe
Wait till he gets hold of a Pukka Pie as his life will never be the same lol
Mexbro miller
 

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