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MK Dons appointed Robbie Neilson on 2 December 2016 after agreeing terms with Scottish side Hearts. The young manager replaced the long-serving Karl Robinson who left the club six weeks earlier.
The Dons parted ways with long-term manager Karl Robinson via the classic "mutual consent" following a 3-0 home defeat by Southend United. The result left the struggling club just one point and two places above the dreaded relegation zone after 15 games.
The Dons had finished in the top-half of the table in the last six campaigns in League One, before finally winning promotion to the Championship in 2014/15, for the first time since their foundation in 2004, however they lasted just a season in the second-tier.
MK Dons were controversially born out of the old Wimbledon team which moved to Milton Keynes in 2004. The move wasn't popular with the Wimbledon fans but they soon built up a decent fan base in Milton Keynes and they now look like they have a bright future.
A mixed set of recent results has seen Milton Keynes Dons collect wins versus Rochdale, Plymouth Argyle, and Gillingham while suffering adverse results at Peterborough United, Blackburn Rovers, Swansea City and Blackpool. Draws against Oxford United and Forest Green has seen them show mid-table form at best.
|23 Sep||AFC Wimbledon||14:00||Milton Keynes Dons|
|26 Sep||Milton Keynes Dons||18:45||Northampton Town|
|30 Sep||Bury||14:00||Milton Keynes Dons|
|07 Oct||Milton Keynes Dons||14:00||Bradford City|
|14 Oct||Portsmouth||14:00||Milton Keynes Dons|
|17 Oct||Milton Keynes Dons||18:45||Walsall|
|23 Sep||@ AFC Wimbledon||14:00|
|26 Sep||vs Northampton Town||18:45|
|30 Sep||@ Bury||14:00|
|07 Oct||vs Bradford City||14:00|
|14 Oct||@ Portsmouth||14:00|
|17 Oct||vs Walsall||18:45|