Tom Hopper made a welcome return to the pitch this week, so he was the perfect person to speak to for the AFC Wimbledon programme.
The Blues number nine featured for the first time on Tuesday, almost a year on since rupturing his ACL.
He was in the U23s side that beat Maidstone United 3-1, and after the game Hopper spoke to Roots Review all about his comeback, what he did well, what he needs to do to be 100 per cent fit and ready, and we also asked him whether he thinks he’s ready to be on the bench for a short cameo appearance on Saturday if needed.
Read the interview with Hopper, along with plenty more about the opposition, in the 68-page edition.
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SUEPA have organised for two former players to be guests for the day, they are Dave Barnett and Ken Reynolds, and their visit is covered inside the programme on pages 54 and 55 along with a ‘Quickfire Five’ with Joe Pigott, now of AFC Wimbledon of course.
We’re looking forward to giving Dave and Ken a great Roots Hall welcome on Saturday!
Don’t forget, it’s Junior Blues day tomorrow. Seeing as Mark Milligan is off on his travels captaining the Australian National Team to a 5-0 win over Nepal, we drafted in Junior Blues co-ordinator Kay Fogg to introduce the game from their perspective and, along with the help of three Junior Blues, explain everything about what's included in becoming one.
If you want to find out what else is in the programme, well you can purchase it for £3 from the sellers around the ground!
We hope you enjoy it, and the game too!