AFC Wimbledon boss Terry Brown wants to retain squad
Brown has been manager at AFC Wimbledon since 2007
AFC Wimbledon manager Terry Brown is confident of keeping his squad intact, even if the Dons lose their Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final.
Brown's side meet Luton at Eastlands on Saturday with both sides bidding to join Crawley in the Football League.
He told BBC London 94.9: "I guarantee that we'll keep at least 90% of our squad whatever happens.
"It won't matter what league we're in. If we reach League Two we'll do it with this group. I've got faith in them."
Brown added: "When I sat down with the chairman a few years ago it was decided that we were going to build a side. That can only work with continuity.
"This year I've made less changes than I've ever made in the time I've been here and I'll be keeping the vast nucleus of this squad. You can't have continuity and build a side unless you keep your players."
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