Neal Ardley

Neal Ardley
AFC Wimbledon

Defending prnciples in units – Issue 30 (January 2013)

Also in Issue 30 – David Moyes, Martin Allen, Ian Baraclough, Simon Hollyhead, Kevin Thelwell

Neal Ardley succeeded the popular Terry Brown in charge of npower League Two side AFC Wimbledon in October 10, 2012, having spent five years developing players as Cardiff City’s Academy Manager.

Ardley’s immediate task is to retain the Kingston-based club’s Football League status this season, and in his opening months in charge he has succeeded in solidifying a previously leaky defence.

As a player, the 40-yearold midfielder made 245 appearances for Wimbledon, plus had spells at Watford, Cardiff and Millwall.

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