The Independent. London: Independent News & Media. Retrieved 31 August 2009. ^ Bose, Mihir (16 August 2001). "Hammam cast in villain's role as Dons seek happy ending". The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on 21 April 2013. Retrieved 31 October 2009. ^ Wallace, Sam (2 August 2001). "Wimbledon on move to Milton Keynes". Daily Telegraph.
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The following season, Milton Keynes Dons struggled all year, and were relegated to League Two; Wilson, as a result, was sacked.  2006–2010: Promotion and first silverware Wilson's successor for 2006–07 was Martin Allen, who had just taken Brentford to the brink of a place in the Football League Championship. Milton Keynes Dons were in contention for automatic promotion right up to the last game of the season, but eventually finished fourth and had to settle for a play-off place. They then suffered a defeat to Shrewsbury Town in the play-off semi-finals. During the 2007 summer break, Allen left to take over at Leicester City. For the 2007–08 season, former England captain Paul Ince took over as manager.
As a result of this deal, the FSF announced that the supporters of Milton Keynes Dons would be permitted to become members of the federation, and that it would no longer appeal to the supporters of other clubs to boycott Milton Keynes Dons' matches.  On 2 August 2007, Milton Keynes Dons transferred ownership of all Wimbledon Football Club trophies and memorabilia to the London Borough of Merton.  Rivalries AFC Wimbledon Due to their shared ancestry in Wimbledon F. C., there is an unavoidably acrimonious rivalry with AFC Wimbledon since the relocation of Wimbledon F.
 He resigned from the club on 16 April 2010, but remained manager until the end of the season.  2010–2016: Karl Robinson era On 10 May 2010, Karl Robinson was appointed as the club's new manager, with former England coach John Gorman as his assistant. At 29 years of age, Robinson was at the time of his appointment the youngest manager in the Football League.  In his first season in the club Milton Keynes Dons finished fifth in 2010–11 League One. They faced Peterborough United in the play-off semifinals. Although they won the first leg 2–1, a 2–0 defeat at London Road meant they missed out on the play-off final, losing the Semi-Final 3–2 on aggregate goals. The 2011–12 season brought similar results to the previous season with the Dons finishing fifth in 2011–12 League One facing Huddersfield in the play-offs.
London: Telegraph Media Group. Retrieved 20 November 2014. ^ Lock, Toby (17 July 2017). "Ten years of Stadium MK: No Threat of Ground Being a White Elephant". The Milton Keynes Citizen. Retrieved 6 May 2019. ^ a b Cloake, Martin (29 August 2014). "Why MK Dons' 4–0 victory over Manchester United didn't cause universal joy". New Statesman.
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"Too big for their roots". Retrieved 31 August 2009. ^ Neville, Conor (18 September 2014). "Balls Remembers: The Complete Story Of How Dublin Almost Got A Premier League Team". Balls. ie. Dublin: Balls Media Ltd. Retrieved 17 October 2014. ^ Shaw, Phil (12 June 1997). "Hammam sells up without moving out".
 On 23 October 2016, Karl Robinson left the club by mutual consent, following a 3–0 home to defeat to Southend United the previous day, which had extended the Dons' winless run to four games and left them 19th in the League One table.  2016–2018: Slow decline Robbie Neilson joined MK Dons as manager from Scottish Premiership club Heart of Midlothian in his native Scotland,  with his first official game in charge coincidentally an FA Cup tie against Karl Robinson's new club Charlton Athletic.
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The FA Cup trophy plus all club patrimony gathered under the name of Wimbledon Football Club would be returned to the London Borough of Merton. Ownership of trademarks and website domain names related to Wimbledon would also be transferred to the borough. As part of the same agreement it was agreed that any reference made to Milton Keynes Dons should refer only to events subsequent to 7 August 2004 (the date of the first league game of Milton Keynes Dons).
Retrieved 29 November 2014. ^ a b c Conn, David (27 November 2012). "Peter Winkelman: 'I'm not proud of how football came to Milton Keynes'". The Guardian. London: Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 29 November 2014. ^ Milton Keynes Council (29 March 2000). "Item 24, Milton Keynes Council Policy and Resources Committee, 29 March 2000" (PDF). What Do They Know. Retrieved 6 May 2019. ^ Willacy, Gavin (February 2007). "Relocation, relocation". Archived from the original on 4 July 2008. Retrieved 1 November 2009.
 Charlton Athletic briefly mooted moving to "a progressive Midlands borough" during a planning dispute with their local council in 1973,  and the relocation of nearby Luton Town to Milton Keynes was repeatedly suggested from the 1980s onwards.  Another team linked with the new town was Wimbledon Football Club.  Wimbledon, established in south London in 1889 and nicknamed "the Dons", were elected to the Football League in 1977. They thereafter went through a "fairytale" rise from obscurity and by the end of the 1980s were established in the top division of English football.
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 The Wimbledon Football Club Ltd legally endured until 2009.  Since 2006 Milton Keynes Dons has officially considered itself a new club, formed in 2004—it no longer claims any history before then, despite retaining Wimbledon F. 's "Dons" nickname.  ^ The club abandoned its claim to any history before 2004 in October 2006 as part of an agreement with the Football Supporters' Federation, which had previously boycotted the team and its supporters' groups. Under this deal Milton Keynes Dons transferred Wimbledon F. 's trophies and other patrimony to Merton Council in south London in 2007.
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Milton Keynes Dons F. C. - WikipediaMilton Keynes Dons F. Full nameMilton Keynes Dons Football ClubNickname(s)The DonsShort nameMK DonsFounded21 June 2004[n 1]GroundStadium MKCapacity30, 500ChairmanPete WinkelmanHead coachLiam ManningLeagueEFL League One2021–22EFL League One, 3rd of 24WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Third colours Current season Milton Keynes Dons Football Club (), usually abbreviated to MK Dons, is a professional association football club based in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England.
 On 3 May the club secured promotion to the Football League Championship for the first time, beating Yeovil Town 5–1 and leapfrogging Preston North End (who lost 1–0 at Colchester United) on the final day of the season.  The Dons started life in the Championship by beating Rotherham United away 4–1 on the opening day of the season and gaining seven points from a possible 12 in their first four games. They were not able to sustain this form throughout the season – the Dons did not win any of their final 11 games and they returned to League One after finishing 23rd in the Championship.
 Former Ireland international Clinton Morrison and former Premiership players Paul Rachubka and James Tavernier also had short loan spells with the club. Alan Smith, most known for his time at Leeds United and Manchester United, joined the club on loan, signing from Newcastle United before making the move permanent totalling 67 appearances for the club. Other international players who have worn the Dons shirt include Tore André Flo, Ali Gerba, Michel Pensée, Cristian Benavente, Richard Pacquette, Keith Andrews, Russell Martin, Tom Flanagan, Drissa Diallo, Pelé and Ousseynou Cissé. Joe Walsh, Brendan Galloway, Jordan Houghton, Connor Furlong, Gboly Ariyibi, Gareth Edds all represented their countries at youth level.
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