WEMBLEY hero Willy Gueret has left Dons by mutual consent to join non-league Kettering Town.
The announcement comes with news that Mark Carrington has also had his contract ended to complete a move to Scottish Premier League side Hamilton.
Gueret, 37, joined Dons in 2007 from Swansea, and became a colt hero amongst fans when he saved a penalty in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final against Grimsby, and helped Dons to the League Two title. He also kept a record 23 clean sheets in his first season at the club.
However, the signing of David Martin in the summer has seen his first team chances limited to one appearance on the bench this season, and he joins the Poppies until the end of the season.
Midfielder Carrington, who recently scored the late winner against Dagenham & Redbridge, left stadium:mk by mutual consent, allowing him to move north of the border as a free agent outside of the transfer window.
Carrington joined Dons from Crewe in July 2009, making 42 appearances for the club and scoring seven vital goals in his 18 month tenure.