Saturday Sep 5, 2009
Although Tamworth surrendered a 2 goal lead at half time to the visiting Dons there was little room for disappointment after the final whistle at The Lamb on Saturday afternoon. An early opportunistic strike by Jake Sheridan and a rare header from Nick Wright put Gary Mills' side in the driving seat but two second half headers in reply from Wimbledon captain Danny Kedwell saw the teams share the points.
Mills was full of praise for his side (open the full story to find the link to the video) - without the injured Neil MacKenzie who may need an operation on his injured knee and is possibly out for a month - who travel to Chester City on Tuesday night for their next Blue Square Premier fixture.
As well as MacKenzie, Dominic Langdon has suffered a set back after learning his foot has not headled as hoped and will be out for at least another month. And with Michael Wylde also out for the next 3-4 weeks, recovering from his operation, Mills praised his small squad for another great performance which saw the unbeaten home record extended.
Press Play on the You Tube interview below to hear Gary's thoughts after the game.
Click here for the link to the video in you tube (we hope to have the video embedded into this site soon)
Thanks to Matt Panter of the Tamworth Herald for asking the questions
A supporters coach is going to the game on Tuesday night, departing The Lamb at 4.45pm. Click here for more info.