Mar 17 2013 By Matt Lewis
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HARRY Pell saluted the travelling AFC Wimbledon hordes who helped the team get over the line at Aldershot Town.
Around 1,300 Wombles made the trip to the Recreation Ground on Saturday to watch Jack Midson's superb second-half winner sink the Shots.
Pell and his team-mates all went over to thank the rain-soaked supporters who created an incredible atmosphere and pushed the Dons to victory in the relegation six-pointer.
“The support was wicked,” Pell told the Chronicle. “The fans have really helped us and they were like a twelfth man today. It's very pleasing to get a result in front of them because of the support they've given us in difficult times. It's nice to go over and give them a clap. I'm so glad to get the points for them.”
That vital win made it three on the bounce for the in-form Dons and Pell says the games just can't come quick enough at the moment.
“Give us a game tomorrow,” he joked. “It feels like we're on fire at the moment but we're not getting ahead of ourselves. We've got a difficult game on Tuesday but the gaffer will get us together, we'll watch the DVD, get us prepared and hopefully we can get another three points.
“In this league, anyone can beat anyone on their day. You only have to look in the dressing room to see the quality we've got and we're not scared of anyone. We just can't wait to play again.”
Pell won't have to wait long for his next taste of League Two action as Wimbledon make the long trip to Accrington on Tuesday.
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