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JFC: We won’t stop fighting

7 April 2016

Jake Forster-Caskey insists the Dons won’t stop fighting to secure their Sky Bet Championship status.

The men from MK1 are five points adrift of 21st place following their 2-1 defeat to Wolves in midweek but still have six games left to turn their fortunes around, one of which is Saturday’s crucial with Rotherham United at stadiummk.

“We won’t give up,” Forster-Caskey told MK Dons PlayerHD. “We’ll keep fighting to the end - there’s not one player in the dressing room that will stop fighting.

“There are all sorts of emotions going through us at the moment but we’re a close unit so we’ll stick together and battle through this.”

“We need to learn how to do that and pretty quickly. We can’t afford to make many more mistakes because there are not many games left.”

“When you go one-nil up in a game and you’re doing better than the opposition you need to kill them off – we need to learn how to manage the game better.

Things could have been different on Tuesday had the Dons managed to hold onto their 1-0 first-half lead and midfielder Forster-Caskey is fully aware the team need to do a better job of managing those situations.

“We’ve gone in the dressing room afterwards very disappointed.”

“We went into the second half and started alright but then their goal went in and our heads drop a little bit. They were too poor goals to concede.

“First half we did well and obviously got the early goal - everyone felt as though we were in control.

He continued: “I don’t think we should have lost that game. To purchase tickets click here, visit the Box Office at stadiummk/kiosk at centre:mk or call 0333 200 5343.

Tickets for Saturday's important clash with Rotherham are priced from £25 adults, £17 over-65s/under-21s and £7 under-18s, while under-12s go FREE with a Young Dons membership.

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