MK Dons Women’s Manager Charlie Bill shared his thoughts after he claimed his 100 game in charge of the team during the 2022/23 campaign.
An impressive milestone achieved by the man at the helm was further complimented by a remarkable season for his team, who finished within the top five of the FAWNL Southern Premier Division.
During the recent season, Bill hit a landmark for 100 games in charge of the MK Dons Women. This accolade occurred during a 6-3 victory over Billericay Town. When questioned on this great achievement, Charlie Bill had this to say:
“When you have accolades like that, you take a bit of time to reflect on the journey. From where I was from the day I walked in as an Assistant, to then being trusted with the Manager role.
“What a journey it has been. Whoever I speak to, whether it’s in or out of the club, I always say I do this for MK Dons. The accolades are nice, but I think you only get them if you show real care in what you’re doing.
“My vision has always been here to keep driving this team and this club forward. I’m going to take a few weeks to try and recharge my batteries and reflect on the good memories, but I’ll soon be out there in the sun again during pre-season ready to go.”
Bill also commented on the assistance of the background staff that have supported him throughout his time at Stadium MK “What we’re starting to see is a real club connection.
“This season we’ve seen a consistent highest average attendance within the league here and that’s a credit to what the group have done and continue to do.
“It’s a credit to what all the background staff do, they put in long, hard hours for this club and the Women’s side looking to grow the game. I’m so proud of all my staff and players this season because I couldn’t do this without them.”
Finally, the Women’s Manager commented “We have a real connection to this club, and I believe that will only continue to build and get stronger next season. Everything we want to do we ultimately do for the badge of Milton Keynes Dons, to keep the city and the club growing.”
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