May 25 2013 Latest news:
by Tom Moore
Friday, August 17, 2012
Terry Brown expects Chesterfield test
AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown knows that his side face a tough test against recently relegated Chesterfield in their opening game.
Last season the Dons faced Bristol Rovers, who had dropped down from League One as well and they face the same type of game this time.
“They’ll be looking to bounce back to League One and have a new stadium,” Brown told London24. “It’s a very hard game.”
After revamping his squad in the summer, Brown is looking to give his new recruits time to gel as a side.
“With a new set of lads it’ll take time to gel,” he added.
“As long as they’re given time to grow then I’m sure we’ll be okay.”
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