London - AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley has hailed the
impact of Anglo-Nigerian Adebayo Azeez in his side's 1-1 draw with Wycombe
Wanderers, at the Cherry Red Records Fans Stadium in a League Two game at the
The striker earned The Dons a share of the spoils when he
struck in the 91st minute after hopping off the bench in the 62nd minute and
fellow substitute Tom Elliot played a part in his equalizer.
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''Ade has changed his mentality, he’s not an Under-21 player
anymore,'' Neal Ardley told the club's official website.
''Ade feels like he is a part of it and he is a massively
important part of our squad.
''Callum came on and got up and down the left really well.
Tom put himself about for the goal and he had trained well all week after a toe
Adebayo Azeez is spending his second consecutive season at
Kingsmeadow after joining the club as a free agent from Charlton Athletic.
Former Leyton Orient striker Adebayo Akinfenwa made his 12th
start of the season for AFC Wimbledon but was taken off in the 63rd minuteFor
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