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2009–10 Milton Keynes Dons F.C. season

The 2009–10 season was Milton Keynes Dons' sixth season in their existence as a professional association football club, and their second consecutive season competing in Football League One.

Milton Keynes Dons
2009–10 season
ChairmanPete Winkelman
ManagerPaul Ince
StadiumStadium mk
League One12th
FA CupThird round
League CupFirst round
League TrophyArea Final
Top goalscorerLeague: Jermaine Easter (19)
All: Jermaine Easter (19)
Highest home attendance16,713 (vs Leeds United)
26 September 2009, League One
Lowest home attendance4,413 (vs Dagenham & Redbridge)
1 September 2009, League Trophy R1
Average home league attendance10,289[1]
Biggest win0–5 (vs Hartlepool United)
16 January 2010, League One
Biggest defeat5–0 (vs Carlisle United)
13 February 2010, League One

As well as competing in League One, the club also participated in the FA Cup, League Cup and League Trophy.

The season covers the period from 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010.

Contents

Season overviewEdit

It was manager Paul Ince's single season in charge of the club during his second spell as manager. He had replaced former manager, Roberto Di Matteo who had moved to take over the manager's role at West Bromwich Albion.[2] Ince resigned in April 2010 blaming proposed budget cuts as a reason for his departure.[3] Ince's assistant manager was Karl Robinson who would go on to replace him as manager in May 2010.[4]

Top scorer for the season was Welsh striker, Jermaine Easter who was Ince's second singing for the club, in July 2009.[5] Also signed by Ince in July 2009 was former Chelsea and Watford goalkeeper, Stuart Searle who was signed to serve as back-up goalkeeper to Willy Guéret.[6] Milton Keynes Dons finished in 12th position in League One, 20 points outside of the play-off positions.[7] A long injury list and a poor disciplinary record undermined their chances of success. Although in fifth place and in the play-off places on Boxing Day, 2009, following a 4-1 win against Stockport County, they lost their next game, away to Huddersfield Town, and did not regain a place in the play-off positions for the rest of the season.[7] They fell away badly from the league leaders towards the end of the season, failing to win any of their last 11 games.[8] A season total of 236,663 people watched the team play their 23 home League One games giving an average attendance of 10,290 per match, the 7th highest in the league.[9]

MK Dons reached the Third Round of the FA Cup before being beaten 2-1 in Milton Keynes by Burnley. Managed by Owen Coyle the creativity of Chris Eagles and the thrust in attack of Steven Fletcher were prominent features of the game. A goal from Fletcher and a penalty by Graham Alexander won the match with a single goal from MK Dons' Dean Morgan in response.[10]

They played only in the First Round of the League Cup before being eliminated 1-4 by Swindon Town. The defeat was manager Ince's first since returning to the club. The opening goal for Swindon was a 40 yards (37 m) lob of the goalkeeper, Willy Guéret by Jon-Paul McGovern.[11]

They reached the Southern Area Final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy before being beaten 4-1 on aggregate by Southampton.[12][13]

CompetitionsEdit

League OneEdit

Final table

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
10 Walsall 46 16 14 16 60 63 –3 62
11 Bristol Rovers 46 19 5 22 59 70 –11 62
12 Milton Keynes Dons 46 17 9 20 60 68 –8 60
13 Brighton & Hove Albion 46 15 14 17 56 60 –4 59
14 Carlisle United 46 15 13 18 63 66 –3 58

Source: Sky Sports

Matches

Win Draw Loss
Date Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Ref
August 8, 2009 – 15:00 Hartlepool United Home 0–0   8,965 [14]
August 15, 2009 – 15:00 Swindon Town Away 0–0   6,692 [15]
August 18, 2009 – 19:45 Tranmere Rovers Away 1–0 Ibehre 5,744 [16]
August 22, 2009 – 15:00 Colchester United Home 2–1 Easter, Carrington 8,633 [17]
August 29, 2009 – 15:00 Exeter City Away 2–1 Easter (2) 5,333 [18]
September 5, 2009 – 15:00 Huddersfield Town Home 2–3 Johnson, Easter 9,772 [19]
September 14, 2009 – 19:45 Norwich City Home 2–1 Puncheon, Leven 10,354 [20]
September 19, 2009 – 15:00 Wycombe Wanderers Away 1–0 Kouo-Doumbé 6,127 [21]
September 26, 2009 – 15:00 Leeds United Home 0–1   16,713 [22]
September 29, 2009 – 19:45 Oldham Athletic Away 1–2 Brill (o.g.) 3,630 [23]
October 3, 2009 – 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion Away 1–0 Easter 6,419 [24]
October 10, 2009 – 15:00 Walsall Home 1–0 Easter 8,919 [25]
October 17, 2009 – 15:00 Gillingham Home 2–0 Easter, Wilbraham 11,764 [26]
October 24, 2009 – 15:00 Southampton Away 1–3 Puncheon 21,387 [27]
October 31, 2009 – 15:00 Bristol Rovers Home 2–1 Leven, Puncheon 9,711 [28]
November 14, 2009 – 15:00 Charlton Athletic Away 1–5 Wilbraham 17,188 [29]
November 20, 2009 – 19:45 Southend United Away 1–2 Baldock 6,957 [30]
November 24, 2009 – 19:45 Carlisle United Home 3–4 Baldock, Chadwick (2) 9,459 [31]
December 1, 2009 – 19:45 Millwall Away 2–3 Easter (2) 7,883 [32]
December 5, 2009 – 15:00 Yeovil Town Home 2–2 Baldock, Leven 8,965 [33]
December 12, 2009 – 15:00 Leyton Orient Away 2–1 Morgan, Quashie 3,959 [34]
December 19, 2009 – 15:00 Brentford Home 0–1   9,520 [35]
December 26, 2009 – 15:00 Stockport County Home 4–1 Easter, Quashie, Puncheon (2) 9,661 [36]
December 28, 2009 – 15:00 Huddersfield Town Away 0–1   16,086 [37]
January 16, 2010 – 15:00 Hartlepool United Away 5–0 Easter, Liddle (o.g.), Leven, Baldock, Puncheon 3,211 [38]
January 23, 2010 – 15:00 Tranmere Rovers Home 1–0 Puncheon 9,438 [39]
January 26, 2010 – 19:45 Colchester United Away 0–2   3,601 [40]
January 30, 2010 – 15:00 Exeter City Home 1–1 Baldock 8,740 [41]
February 6, 2010 – 15:00 Stockport County Away 3–1 Easter, Wilbraham, Townsend 3,720 [42]
February 13, 2010 – 15:00 Carlisle United Away 0–5   4,930 [43]
February 20, 2010 – 15:00 Southend United Home 3–1 Carrington (2), Townsend 9,801 [44]
February 23, 2010 – 19:45 Millwall Away 1–3 Wilbraham 10,610 [45]
February 27, 2010 – 15:00 Yeovil Town Away 0–1   3,844 [46]
March 6, 2010 – 15:00 Leyton Orient Home 1–0 Carrington 14,323 [47]
March 9, 2010 – 19:45 Swindon Town Home 2–1 Wilbraham, Tunnicliffe 8,764 [48]
March 13, 2010 – 15:00 Brentford Away 3–3 Wilbraham (2), Easter 5,209 [49]
March 20, 2010 – 15:00 Southampton Home 0–3   10,570 [50]
March 27, 2010 – 15:00 Gillingham Away 2–2 McCracken, Easter 5,465 [51]
April 3, 2010 – 15:00 Charlton Athletic Home 0–1   10,869 [52]
April 5, 2010 – 15:00 Bristol Rovers Away 0–1   10,869 [53]
April 10, 2010 – 15:00 Norwich City Away 1–1 Wilbraham 24,888 [54]
April 13, 2010 – 19:45 Oldham Athletic Home 0–0   8,528 [55]
April 17, 2010 – 15:00 Wycombe Wanderers Home 2–3 Wilbraham (2) 10,561 [56]
April 24, 2010 – 15:00 Leeds United Away 1–4 Lewington 25,964 [57]
May 1, 2010 – 15:00 Brighton & Hove Albion Home 0–0   12,023 [58]
May 8, 2010 – 15:00 Walsall Away 1–2 Powell 4,772 [59]

FA CupEdit

Matches

Win Draw Loss
Date Round Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Ref
November 7, 2009 – 15:00 First round Macclesfield Town Home 1–0 Gobern 4,868 [60]
November 28, 2009 – 15:00 Second round Exeter City Home 4–3 Baldock (2), Devaney, Easter 4,867 [61]
January 2, 2010 – 15:00 Third round Burnley Home 1–2 Morgan 11,816 [62]

League CupEdit

Matches

Win Draw Loss
Date Round Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Ref
August 13, 2009 – 19:45 First round Swindon Town Home 1–4 Easter 4,812 [63]

League TrophyEdit

Matches

Win Draw Loss
Date Round Opponent Venue Result Scorers Attendance Ref
September 1, 2009 – 19:45 First round Dagenham & Redbridge Home 3–1 Lewington, Easter (2) 4,413 [64]
October 6, 2009 – 19:45 Second round Southend United Home 2–0 Doran, Carrington 4,792 [65]
November 10, 2009 – 19:45 Quarter-final (South) Northampton Town Home 3–1 Wilbraham, Baldock (2) 8,886 [66]
December 15, 2009 – 19:45 Semi-final (South) Hereford United Away 4–1 Baldock, Puncheon, Wilbraham, Easter 1,367 [67]
January 20, 2010 – 19:45 Area final (South) 1st leg Southampton Home 0–1   7,918 [68]
February 9, 2010 – 19:45 Area final (South) 2nd leg Southampton Away 1–3 Randall 29,901 [69]

Player detailsEdit

List of squad players, including number of appearances by competition.
Players with squad numbers struck through and marked   left the club during the playing season.
No. Pos Nat Player Total League One FA Cup League Cup League Trophy
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
2 DF   Jude Stirling 10 0 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
3 DF   Dean Lewington 50 2 42 1 3 0 0 0 5 1
4 DF   Mathias Kouo-Doumbé 36 1 33 1 2 0 1 0 0 0
5 DF   David McCracken 44 1 41 1 2 0 1 0 0 0
6 DF   Sean O'Hanlon 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 MF   Stephen Gleeson 32 0 29 0 3 0 0 0 0 0
8 FW   Jermaine Easter 45 19 36 14 3 1 1 1 5 3
9 FW   Aaron Wilbraham 43 12 35 10 3 0 0 0 5 2
10 FW   Jemal Johnson 18 1 17 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
11 FW   Sam Baldock 28 10 21 5 3 2 0 0 4 3
12 GK   Willy Guéret 47 0 43 0 3 0 1 0 0 0
13 MF   Mark Carrington 24 5 20 4 0 0 1 0 3 1
14 MF   Lewis Gobern 21 1 19 0 1 1 1 0 0 0
16   MF   Richie Partridge 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16   MF   Jason Puncheon 32 8 24 7 3 0 1 0 4 1
16 DF   James Tunnicliffe 9 1 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 GK   Stuart Searle 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 FW   Jabo Ibehre 10 1 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 DF   Sol Davis 11 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
22 MF   Peter Leven 34 4 31 4 3 0 0 0 0 0
24 FW   Dean Morgan 10 2 9 1 1 1 0 0 0 0
25   DF   Danny Swailes 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
26 MF   Luke Chadwick 44 2 40 2 3 0 1 0 0 0
27 MF   David King 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 DF   Adam Chicksen 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
29   DF   Oscar Gobern 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
29   MF   Nigel Quashie 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
29 MF   Mark Randall 18 1 16 0 0 0 0 0 2 1
30 FW   Daniel Powell 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
31 DF   Tom Flanagan 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
33   MF   Aaron Doran 5 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
35 FW   Charlie Collins 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
35   MF   Martin Devaney 7 1 5 0 2 1 0 0 0 0
35   MF   Andros Townsend 9 2 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
39 MF   Alex Rae 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

TransfersEdit

Transfers inEdit

Date from Position Name From Fee Ref.
1 July 2009 FW   Jabo Ibehre Walsall Free transfer [70]
14 July 2009 FW   Jemal Johnson Free agent[a] [71]
FW   Jermaine Easter Plymouth Argyle Undisclosed [71]
17 July 2009 GK   Stuart Searle Free agent[b] Free transfer [71]
21 July 2009 MF   Richie Partridge Free agent[c] [71]
MF   Mark Carrington Free agent[d] [71]
6 August 2009 DF   Sol Davis Free agent[e] [72]
7 August 2009 DF   Darren Powell Free agent[f] [72]
8 August 2009 FW   Michael Bridges Free agent[g] [72]
28 September 2009 FW   Dean Morgan Free agent[h]

Transfers outEdit

Date from Position Name To Fee Ref.
1 July 2009 GK   Nathan Abbey Released [73]
FW   Tore André Flo Released [73]
FW   Ali Gerba Released[i] [73]
FW   Jemal Johnson Released[j] [73]
DF   Miguel Llera Released[k] [70]
MF   Alan Navarro Released[l] [73]
19 January 2010 DF   Danny Swailes Released[m] [74]
MF   Richie Partridge [74]

Loans inEdit

Start date Position Name From End date Ref.
4 August 2009 MF   Jason Puncheon Plymouth Argyle January 2010[n] [72]
5 October 2009 FW   Aaron Doran Blackburn Rovers 5 November 2009 [75]
24 November 2009 MF   Nigel Quashie West Ham United 3 January 2010 [76]
14 January 2010 FW   Andros Townsend Tottenham Hotspur 5 March 2010[o] [74]
11 February 2010 DF   James Tunnicliffe Brighton & Hove Albion March 2010 [77]

Loans outEdit

Start date Position Name To End date Ref.
4 August 2009 FW   Daniel Powell Crawley Town September 2009 [72]
2 October 2009 MF   David King Forest Green Rovers December 2009 [75]
26 November 2009 FW   Jabo Ibehre Southend United 26 December 2009 [76]
19 January 2010 FW   Jemal Johnson Stockport County End of season [74]
FW   Jabo Ibehre [74]
  1. ^ Previous club: Milton Keynes Dons.
  2. ^ Previous club: Watford.
  3. ^ Previous club: Chester City.
  4. ^ Previous club: Crewe Alexandra.
  5. ^ Previous club: Luton Town.
  6. ^ Previous club: Brentford.
  7. ^ Previous club: Hull City.
  8. ^ Previous club: Grays Athletic.
  9. ^ Joined Toronto FC in July 2009.
  10. ^ Released, but re-joined on 14 July 2009.
  11. ^ Joined Charlton Athletic on 2 July 2009.
  12. ^ Joined Brighton & Hove Albion on 6 August 2009.
  13. ^ Joined Stockport County on 19 January 2010.
  14. ^ Recalled. Originally until end of season.
  15. ^ Recalled. Originally until end of season.

ReferencesEdit

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External linksEdit