Stevie Gerrard could be managing MK Dons

Steven Gerrard could be managing English League One team MK Dons.

Talks are already taking place, although it is still too early to say whether Gerrard will get the job. SG has also been linked with Brendan Rodgers at Celtic.


The position has become vacant after Karl Robinson was sacked last month after six years with the club.

Gerrard’s 18 month contract with Major League Soccer team, LA Galaxy, will not be renewed.


Milton Keynes Dons were formed as a breakaway club from Wimbledon FC, who then disbanded but were reformed as AFC Wimbledon by the fans in 2002 – the true Dons, who remained in South London.

AFC Wimbledon had to start from scratch, working their way through non-league divisions to where they are now, in English League Division One.

AFC Wimbledon hold gthe record for the longest unbeaten run of league matches in the English senior league, playing 78 consecutive league games between February 2003 and December 2004. They are also the first club formed in the 21st century to make it into the Football League.

by Terence Johns




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