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Di Matteo bags April award
Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo has been named the Coca-Cola League One Manager of the Month, beating off competition from the other three managers of the top four clubs in the division, as the Dons won five matches in April.
Di Matteo up for April award
Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo has been nominated for the League One Manager of the Month award for April, the final monthly managerial prize of the season. Roberto has already won the award once this season, in November last year.
Dons secure third thanks to late Howell winner
Luke Howell's superb late goal saw the Dons take a just about deserved 1-0 win in their final game of the regular league season against Hereford United. The result means a semi-final date with Scunthorpe United in the playoffs.
Preview: Hereford United (A)
Dons have four players definitely missing and doubts over Luke Chadwick and Aaron Wilbraham for the final game of the regular season against Hereford United at Edgar Street, with a point required to secure a third place finish.
Dons face competition for Regan with contract talks on hold
Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo insists he will handle negotiations for new deals for Dons' out of contract players after the playoffs, but he may have to act sooner with Carl Regan and Jemal Johnson attracting interest from other clubs.
Gleeson out for the season with O'Hanlon a semi-final doubt
Dons could be missing their vice-captain Sean O'Hanlon for the playoff semi-finals, and even a possible final, as the centre-back aims to recover from a knee injury, while Stephen Gleeson will not feature again this season after damaging his ankle ligaments.
Professional Dons see off Cobblers
Aaron Wilbraham's well-taken first half goal was enough to hand the Dons three points in a tight encounter with Northampton Town. Despite a second half onslaught the Cobblers had very few real chances and Dons might have won by a more comfortable margin.
Preview: Northampton Town (A)
No Stephen Gleeson or Sean O'Hanlon for the Dons for their previously rained off fixture against Northampton Town, but Peter Leven and Aaron Wilbraham came through part of Saturday's 0-1 defeat to Walsall unscathed.
Robby's reaction: Home form cost us promotion
Roberto Di Matteo feels that the Dons' inconsistent home form has cost his side automatic promotion. Saturday's 0-1 defeat to Walsall was MK's seventh of the season at stadium:mk, and ended their hopes of catching second place Peterborough United.
Defensive duo included in team of the year
PFA's League One Team of the Year, as voted for by the players, includes two Dons, with centre-back Sean O'Hanlon and left-back and captain Dean Lewington receiving the honour, the latter for the second consecutive season.
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- Di Matteo bags April award
- Di Matteo up for April award
- Dons secure third thanks to late Howell winner
- Preview: Hereford United (A)
- Dons face competition for Regan with contract talks on hold
- Gleeson out for the season with O'Hanlon a semi-final doubt
- Professional Dons see off Cobblers
- Preview: Northampton Town (A)
- Robby's reaction: Home form cost us promotion
- Defensive duo included in team of the year