Date: 11th January 2012 at 4:04pm
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Former Wimbledon striker Jason Euell has joined AFC Wimbledon more than a decade after leaving The Dons for Charlton, which was before Wimbledon were ‘re-named’ MK Dons.

Euell returned to Charlton in the summer but has now joined AFC on loan for five-weeks with Terry Brown, as he told the official website, more than happy: ‘Jason will bring with him Premier League quality and experience.

‘Jason will join us for training on Thursday and I know the coaching staff are looking forward to working alongside a true Wimbledon legend.

Jason also gives us fantastic variety in the positions he plays as he can play anywhere in midfield and anywhere up front.’

Brown is left with no doubt that the 34-year-olds arrival will benefit Wimbledon with him going straight into the starting XI for the weekend game with Port Vale.

Not only will this lift the club it will do the same for the fans: ‘I am sure the welcome he receives from the Dons faithful will quickly remind him of the fans’ admiration for him and his achievements with Wimbledon in the past.

‘Jason will come straight into the side for the first of two tricky away fixtures at Port Vale and Gillingham.

‘I know this signing will give the fans a lift but I am also sure it will give our players a great lift.’

Between 1995 and 2001, his spell with The Dons, he scored 47 goals in 177 games.

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