AFC Wimbledon 0 - 2 Exeter: Match report
By adam_leone | Wednesday, November 07, 2012, 12:30
AFC Wimbledon lost two nil against Exeter last night in what's being described as the worst performance since Neal Ardley took over as Manager.
Neal Ardley made 5 changed to the squad facing Exeter since drawing with York City.
Loan signings Jake Reeves and Jonathan Meades made a debute.
Louis Harris was the man to make way for central midfielder Reeves with Meades replacing Warren Cummings at left-back and Curtis Osano restored to defence in place of Jim Fenlon.
There were also returns for top goalscorer Byron Harrison and George Francomb with Christian Jolley and Luke Moore having to settle for places on the bench.
Neal Ardley made his first substitution just before the hour with Stacy Long entering the fray in place of Rashid Yussuff.
That change coincided with Wimbledon's best spell of the match as they began to pin the hosts back in their final third.
Wimbledon made a double substitution straight after that setback with Christian Jolley and Luke Moore introduced for Jake Reeves and George Francomb.
However, the Dons made little impression as an attacking force in the final stages and only a Stacy Long curler just wide threatened to reduce the advantage.