AFC Wimbledon keeper Aaron Ramsdale has appeared in a video singing about Milton Keynes Dons after avoiding League One relegation at the weekend.
The Bournemouth owned player sang the “What Do You Think Of MK” chant following the final whistle along with the club’s supporters at Bradford City.
Of course, he didn’t sing the ‘shit’ part, he left that for the fans to do as you can see in the video below…
Ramsdale spoke after the game, as quoted by the Evening Standard, he said: “I think I perform better in pressure situations.”
“I have loved every minute of it here at Wimbledon and thankfully I have played well. And the time away with England was a great experience. I was nervous meeting up with them but then getting out on the grass it is just a game of football with two goals and a pitch with white lines on it.
“I was not nervous on the pitch. I have always been told you play the game and not the occasion, so it was easy for me. I did well and the manager was pleased. His biggest compliment to me was that he said it did not look like I was a training keeper, it looked like I was the fourth-choice keeper who had been picked for the squad.
“I got a few mentions in a team meeting, saying how well I was doing, and a lot of the players were interested in my story. The whole squad were great with me. It is like a massive family. I cannot speak enough of Raheem Sterling, he was probably the main one who looked after me. No one really sees that side of him. He even invited me to his room to play FIFA.
“We can write ourselves into the history of the club.
“I have read up about the history of Wimbledon and watched the Crazy Gang documentary on BT Sport. The manager has given us little reminders but the players know about it anyway.
“We are always underdogs and that is how we have liked it over the last few weeks. We know what we need to do and if we play like we have been, the result should take care of itself.”
Both Wimbledon and MK will be up against each other again next season as Paul Tisdale’s side managed to beat Mansfield Town to finish third place, beating and swapping with Mansfield for automatic promotion.
MK Dons supporters legged it onto the field to celebrate going up from League Two, but then Mansfield fans also ran on, before fighting broke out with bottles also being thrown on the pitch.
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