On Tuesday night supporters took the opportunity to grill an MK Dons panel on all matters involving the Football Club.
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A panel of Chairman Pete Winkelman, manager Karl Robinson and Executive Director Andrew Cullen all addressed supporters’ questions which ranged from the Financial Fair Play, the stadium’s big screens and potential signings to add to Robinson’s squad.
Robinson spoke about the current crop of loan players at the Club and the impact they have had in recent weeks; about the players’ excitement about the forthcoming FA Cup with Budweiser match against AFC Wimbledon and his thoughts on the strengthening relationship between the squad and fans.
The Chairman told the room he is desperate to have the big screens fitted into stadiummk as soon as possible, but the FA Cup match may come too soon; he revealed the difficulties that comes with the new Financial Fair Play rules; and his own personal thoughts on the upcoming match against AFC Wimbledon.
On the same subject, Andrew Cullen explained the reasons behind the neutral area at stadiummk – explaining it was planned to keep both MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon fans safe as well as to allow supporters from outside the restricted postcodes to enjoy an historical football match.
There was also a late discussion about the choice of ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ as the walkout song on a matchday, at which proved to be one of Robinson’s favourite songs, and the majority of supporters agreed on it being the right song for the Dons.