Tonight’s programme for the visit of Swindon Town is now available to download onto your iPhone or iPad.
In the penultimate home game of the 2012/14 regular season reddot catches up with Darren Potter, who is the cover for tonight’s big game, about his second year in Dons colours, being ever-present in the League and why he believes his midfield partners deserve more credit.
Ryan Lowe looks back on a frustrating afternoon at stadiummk last Saturday after seeing a hat-trick of goals ruled offside in a stalemate with Crawley Town.
Elsewhere, George Baldock looks back on the day he made his full debut for MK Dons and talks about his parents’ pride at seeing him and his brother Sam on the same pitch. He also reveals why a scratch across his neck was significant in that game.
In Simon Crampton’s Bootroom he thanks all of the medical staff behind the scenes who have work around the clock in a hectic season. Meanwhile fitness guru Damien Doyle stresses the importance of water during a workout if you are to feel the maximum affects.
In Social Dons you tell us which former Dons you keep an eye out for on the tickertape, in Junior Dons the wordsearch and spot the difference will keep youngsters busy!
There is also the latest news and views from Chairman Pete Winkelman, Karl Robinson and skipper Dean Lewington plus much, much more!
If you can’t make the game, simply download the programme on the Matchday Digital App and be part of the game. The slick digital version comes with all the content you would have in the printed programme.
MK Dons supporters can download an individual issue at £2.99.
Download the Matchday Digital App on your iPhone or iPad for free now by simply go to the iTunes App store on your iPhone/iPad and search for ‘Matchday Digital’.
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