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Muirhead and Dons fans in tune

2 April 2017

Robbie Muirhead has revealed that the Dons fans couldn’t have picked a better song for his chant from the terraces!

The Club’s supporters have taken a part of This Girl by Kungs v Cookin’ on 3 Burners and adapted it for the forward, singing “Du, du, du, du, du, du, Robbie Muirhead...”

“The song they’ve chosen was my tune from my holiday last summer so it’s actually alright,” he told mkdons.com.

“I heard it a few weeks before I went away and I kept on playing it – it was also the last song I listened to before the game (against Gillingham).”



“I've played more than 100 games but I’ve only just turned 21 and I'm still learning my trade. I feel like there's a lot more to come.”

He added: “I think in the first few games I was over-complicating it. I still get nervous before games but I think today I went out there and was able to express myself.

“I went close at Port Vale and it has been playing on my mind all week. If I scored last week, we'd have won the game 1-0, but this week I was just happy to score.”

He said: “I won it back on the right-hand side and the space has opened up in front of me. I've hit it, but I was lucky and it ended up in the back of the net!

That seemed to spur on the 21-year-old, who set the men from MK1 on their way to a thrilling 3-2 success with a stunning opener – also his first for his new side.


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He said: “It topped off the day for me, with the goal too, but the most important thing for me though was the three points.”

His goal and performance earned him the man-of-the-match award but Muirhead was quick to point towards the team.