The Government announced this past Monday that they will introduce spectator capacity limits for sports stadia when national restrictions end on December 2nd – news that Carlton Morris is delighted with.
The news means supporters can return to football grounds across the country for the first time since March.
Carlton Morris, who scored in Tuesday’s 2-2 draw with Shrewsbury Town, noted he was over the moon with the news and can’t wait to see the Dons fans back in Stadium MK.
“I cannot stress how happy the news makes me.” The forward told iFollow MK Dons last night “It’s a completely different game playing in this wonderful stadium without the Dons fans here.
“To celebrate scoring a goal and when we win – it just isn’t the same without them.”
Morris added, “I know people say the fans are the 12th man, but the energy they would have given us in the last 10 minutes, you can’t explain it – it’s irreplaceable.”
Morris netted the first of MK Dons’ two goals last night and praised the squads resilience to come back from 2-0 down to earn a point.
“It takes a lot of courage to come back from 2-0 down and towards the end, we were the only team looking like going to get a winner.
“The manager knows what he's doing, he's got a good group with strong hearts. We don't give up, even with our backs to the wall and we dig in deep no matter the circumstance.
“You can see what we're capable of in the last half an hour, we can really roll teams over if we're at it - we just need to nip a few mistakes in the bud. We have to take that confidence of the last 30 minutes today."