Edu Rubio speaks to iFollow MK Dons after the 3-0 victory over Wantage Town in the Berks and Bucks FA Senior Cup...
7 November 2018
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Senior Professional Development Coach Edu Rubio has left Milton Keynes Dons to take up a first-team coaching role at Crawley Town.
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Edu Rubio praised the belief of his MK Dons Under-23s side after they twice fought back to draw 2-2 with Peterborough United in their first Central League fixture of 2019.
Rhys Healey enjoyed a terrific first season as a permanent MK Dons player and his stunning form was recognised with two honours during the Club’s Virtual Awards Night.
Russell Martin believes there is even more to come from back-to-back Player of the Year winner Alex Gilbey.
Alex Gilbey became only the second player in Club history to win back-to-back Player of the Year awards, after the MK Dons supporters voted him as their standout performer once again.
Pete Winkelman believes Russell Martin is taking MK Dons back to their roots and is excited to see what he can build at Stadium MK next season.