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AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown backs his young squad

Terry Brown
Brown took charge of AFC Wimbledon in 2007

AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown believes his side will take some stopping if they can make the Blue Square Bet Premier play-offs.

The Dons beat Cambridge United 3-0 on Wednesday to take second in the table, just a point off leaders Crawley Town.

Brown told BBC London 94.9: "Crawley, Luton and Fleetwood will be top three, they can throw bundles of money at it.

"If this young side make the play-offs, we've got every chance of winning it, we can beat anyone on our day."

He added: "It's a real scrap for the rest of us to get in there. We know that our target has been to get in the play-offs, that's going to be difficult."

The Dons host third-from-bottom Forest Green on Saturday at Kingsmeadow and Brown says the side are winning their matches with an attractive brand of football.

"Not only are we making progress but we played some really lovely football [against Cambridge]," he said.

"I think if you want to come and watch some football being played with a team that passes the ball at the back and keeps possession then you certainly saw that."



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