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AFC Wimbledon 0 v 2 Ipswich Town
SkyBet League Two
Tuesday, 25th January 2022 Kick-off 19:45

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Wednesday 26th January but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Nik Tzanev0.0
Paul Osew0.0
Ben Heneghan0.0
Daniel Csoka0.0
Nesta Guinness-Walker0.0
Luke McCormick0.0
George Marsh0.0
Ethan Chislett0.0
Ayoub Assal0.0
Jack Rudoni0.0
Aaron Cosgrave0.0
Anthony Hartigan0.0
Adedapo Awokoya-Mebude0.0
Terry Ablade0.0
0.0Christian Walton
0.0Janoi Donacien
0.0Luke Woolfenden
0.0George Edmundson
0.0Wes Burns
0.0Tyreeq Bakinson
0.0Tom Carroll
0.0Kane Vincent-Young
0.0Sone Aluko
0.0James Norwood
0.0Kayden Jackson
0.0Macauley Bonne
0.0Conor Chaplin
0.0Bersant Celina

Referee0.0 
Match Rating0.0 


Your AFC Wimbledon v Ipswich Town Match Reports

DifferentGravy added 21:54 - Jan 25

Great effort put in by all. But will need to have more cutting edge against better teams. Just about got away with this one with the players out there. Woolfy, Burns, Walton were our best players. COYB
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timleatham added 21:56 - Jan 25

Another really valuable three points despite a very mediocre performance. Strange team selection up front however we got away with it thanks to the class of Burns and the excellence of our defence and Walton who had to make one top quality save. Gutted about the KVY sending off which in my mind was just a yellow card offence, and also with the MK Dons last minute winner. Keep going town. We can do it!!
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Eiffel78 added 22:05 - Jan 25

Timleatham - The ref also saw it as a yellow card offence. Problem is that was his second yellow, he'd already been booked (harshly) for time wasting.
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Buryblue78 added 22:14 - Jan 25

Not the best performance but always good to win when not at your best
Almost total lack of creativity in final third shown by only 2 shots on target both by winger

Tim It was a yellow for the foul by KVY
Unfortunately he was booked for time wasting just before so poor from him
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TractorFrog added 22:27 - Jan 25

Wes Burns was excellent on Burns Night, a definite Man of the Match. Well played also Walton, Donacien, Woolfenden, Bakinson and Aluko.
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Robert_Garrett added 16:01 - Jan 26

Was still a hard nut to crack but a bit of class did it twice. Best player was Tzanev to keep the score down.
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ForrestsFingers added 17:28 - Jan 26

A nice 3 points. Good defensively apart from a couple of lapses in concentration, both from Edmunson which neary cost us in the 2nd half. Wimbledon try to play some nice football but lacked a real cutting edge.
Lots of positives for us in the centr and down the right hand side but this also could start causing us issues in the future. We need to address the issue with the left wing back role. We look so good down the right but it seems to be our only real outlet at the moment. Penney isn’t ticking all the boxes for me and Vincent-Yound is not a left side player and defensively is a a bit naive and rash. I’d be interested to se who plays that position on Saturday if Penney isn’t fit? Maybe Clements or Humphries would be an idea to bring into the fold.

Anyways UPPATOWN!! 5
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