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Gleeson Not Done With Milton Keynes

After some five-years, and over 200 appearances for the club, Stephen Gleeson's Milton Keynes Dons career came to an end this summer.

Having turned down previous offers over the year it came to the point where the 25-year-old Republic of Ireland international, no matter how hard it was, couldn't say no to another offer and accepted Birmingham City's two-year contract.

The move 'felt right' for him with Lee Clark making him feel that the championship outfit were the right outfit to finally accept an offer from .

Gleeson had some 'ups and downs' during his time with the club but hopes the fans remember the good times, and a certain goal in particular.

He told the official MK Dons website: 'Hopefully I can be remembered for the good times I've had here. The past six months were a difficult time for me as I had a lot going on away from football.

'On the pitch there have been so many good memories. I never dreamt I'd play over 200 times for the club when I first signed and I think everyone will remember that goal (against AFC Wimbledon).

'To be named vice-captain was a great honour too and they are the things I remember and hope to be remembered for.'

Will the club see him again? Even though his immediate future lies with Birmingham he's sure the two sides paths will cross again as he doesn't think he's 'done with Milton Keynes'.

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Date:Monday June 16 2014

Time: 8:30PM

 

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