Rod McDonald will miss the Wycombe game with a groin injury. He picked up the knock at Luton and had to be replaced by Terell Thomas. Scott Wagstaff will miss the rest of the season with a calf injury.

Wally is expecting a tough game on Saturday. Talking on iFollow, he said of Wycombe: “They’ll be coming to us with confidence, and we’ve got a big game ahead. We have to make sure we are fully focused.”

Ed Leek has been co-opted onto the Dons Trust Board. Ed, a former employee of KPMG, is a part-time finance director for small- and medium-sized companies. He will oversee the financing of the club and the new stadium project. Click here for more info.

A new edition of the 9yrspodcast is now available. Amongst many topics, Nick and Stu discuss the draw at Luton, James Shea, and Scott Wagstaff’s beard. Listen on iTunes, YouTube, or online.

The Premier League wage bill has been released. Please find a bucket for you to vomit into before reading this article on the BBC web site.

Presentations for our player of the year awards will take place after Saturday’s game. The Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards ceremonies will take place in the middle bar at around 5.30pm. The WISA Allen Batsford Player of the Year, The Natalie Callow Memorial Trophy for Young Player of the Year, and the Academy Player of the Year awards will also be given out after the game.

The Daily Update feature will continue until Friday 10 May. After that date, we will look to produce a weekly close-season update, on a day to be confirmed. You can receive email notifications for when all updates are available: email 9yrs@may14.co.uk with the subject line, “Daily Update Notification” and you will be contacted as soon as the update is published. As always, any comments, suggestions, or criticisms are welcome: please comment below or email the above address.

ON THIS DAY – 2009. We collected the Conference South trophy after a 3-0 win over St Albans City at Kingsmeadow. All the goals came in the second-half, with Kennedy Adjei, Sam Hatton, and Jason Goodliffe the names on the scoresheet, as we ended the campaign three points ahead of Hampton & Richmond. It is not known if St Albans decided to query the official attendance figure of 4,722 that day.



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