Today’s reddot programme is available to download now on your iPhone and iPad via the Matchday Digital App for just £2.99.
. The striker, who returned to MK Dons last month, talks about the changes he has noticed since his five-and-a-half years away from the Club, his frustrations at a stop-and-start January and why he hopes the Dons coaching staff will make him a better player.mkstadiumIzale McLeod is the cover star in today’s reddot for the visit of AFC Bournemouth at
Elsewhere, Alan Smith talks in detail for the first time about the time he was sent-off for Leeds United in the Champions League semi-final. The former Leeds striker talks through that heartbreaking day in Valencia in the popular ‘The Day I...’ feature.
In Social Dons reddot looks back at your reaction from that incredible day at Loftus Road one week ago, while Simon Crampton fills you in on the goings on behind the scenes at stadiummk, plus much, much more.
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