Date: 23rd April 2014 at 2:15pm
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Milton Keynes Dons, much to Karl Robinson’s delight, managed to fightback from two-nil down to draw with Brentford 2-2 at stadium:mk on Easter Monday.

The players had felt the brunt of Robinson’s anger ahead of this game with Izale McLeod believing that the fans got the performance, and fightback, that they deserved with him scoring the late equaliser.

Youngster Giorgio Rasulo was handed his first MK Dons start with teenager Brendan Galloway playing at left-back with these just two of a number of talented youngsters that the club currently have.

McLeod paid tribute to these two, and the others coming through, but also knows that these youngsters need experienced heads like himself around too.

He told MK Dons Player: ‘We’re blessed at this club with a load of youngsters coming through.

‘Brendan was strong as per usual and Giorgio is such a good player, I train with him every day, he’s got real good touches and you could see that out there.

‘We’ve got a few young boys in the team but we’ve still got a couple of old heads as well, Alan Smith, Dean Lewington and myself. Everybody out there, including the subs that came on, worked really hard and showed a lot of character.’

Perhaps McLeod is looking to talk himself into a new contract, which expires this summer but he’s certainly right about the young talent coming through.

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