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Dean Bowditch penalty wins battle of the Dons

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Dean Bowditch's second-half penalty saw MK Dons beat arch-rivals AFC Wimbledon 1-0 and hand boss Robbie Neilson victory in his first league match in charge.

The hosts had nothing to show for their first-half superiority but after Dean Lewington was fouled in the box, Bowditch made no mistake from the spot in the 63rd minute to hand MK Dons a first home league win since March 5.

MK Dons started brightly with Ed Upson and Kieran Agard getting shots on target, before a Ben Reeves effort was deflected...

 By PA Sport

EFL launches financial rewards scheme to promote young English talent

The English Football League will share £2.25 million over three seasons with clubs that give young, domestic talent the chance to play in the first team.

This season, 8 percent of all appearances in the EFL have been made by English players under the age of 21, while 14 of England's Euro 2016 squad spent time in an EFL academy.

The "EFL Futures" plan will financially incentivize clubs to give even more chances to English under-21s, with Cardiff and Newport being rewarded for promoting Welsh...

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Robbie Neilson appointed new manager of MK Dons

Robbie Neilson is now the man in charge at MK Dons.

MK Dons have announced the appointment of Robbie Neilson as their new manager.

The 36-year-old Scot has been confirmed as the successor to Karl Robinson at the League One club after leaving Hearts, and will officially take charge following Saturday's FA Cup second-round match at Charlton.

He will be joined by assistant Stevie Crawford, who also worked alongside him at Tynecastle.

Neilson told MK Dons Player: "I'm delighted. It's great to be here and I'm looking forward to developing the club, developing...

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Robbie Neilson set for MK Dons job after deal agreed with Hearts

Robbie Neilson is leaving Hearts to take over MK Dons.

Hearts head coach Robbie Neilson is set to become the new MK Dons manager after the two clubs agreed compensation.

The Scottish Premiership club have also given permission for assistant boss Stevie Crawford to discuss personal terms with the League One side, who have been managerless since the departure of Karl Robinson on Oct. 23.

Hearts have already begun searching for Neilson's successor, according to a statement on the club's official website.

It read: "The club can confirm that we have agreed...

Everton lead race to sign Charlton's Ademola Lookman - sources

Ademola Lookman in action for England under-20 against Germany under-20.
Ademola Lookman in action for England under-20s.

Everton are leading the race to sign Charlton Athletic striker Ademola Lookman when the transfer window reopens next month, sources close to the League One club have told ESPN FC.

Lookman, 19, is regarded as one of the best young prospects in the country after impressing for Charlton over the last 18 months.

The skilful forward scored five goals in the Championship last term in his breakthrough season, while he has scored six goals in 20 appearances so far this time around.

Most of the Premier League's...