11 links between MK Dons and Liverpool

They may not have met before, but there are a fair few links between MK Dons and Liverpool.

Tuesday, 24th September 2019, 10:56 am
MK Dons' Liverpool links
MK Dons' Liverpool links

Take a look through some of the players and staff to have grace both Anfield and Stadium MK.

Twice MK Dons manager, leading them to League Two and Johnstone's Paint Trophy glory in 2008, Ince also spent two seasons at Liverpool between 97 and 99.
Dons' longest-serving manager began his career at the Liverpool academy as a coach for several youngsters who would later pop up in Milton Keynes.
Darren Potter made his debut for Liverpool in the Champions League and was a part of the squad to win the trophy in 2005. He then spent six seasons at Dons between 2011 and 2017.
Darren Potter made his debut for Liverpool in the Champions League and was a part of the squad to win the trophy in 2005. He then spent six seasons at Dons between 2011 and 2017.
The goalkeeper spent two spells at MK Dons - in between a stint at Liverpool. Though he spent five seasons at Anfield, he did not make an appearance, but became Dons' number one on his return in 2010.
Darren Potter made his debut for Liverpool in the Champions League and was a part of the squad to win the trophy in 2005. He then spent six seasons at Dons between 2011 and 2017.
Known as 'God' during his time at Anfield, Fowler joined the coaching staff at MK Dons in February 2011.
Making six appearances for Liverpool's first team, Otsemobor played in the Championship and League One before arriving at Stadium MK in 2012 where he became a cult hero as the 'Heel of God' for his goal against AFC Wimbledon.
One of the youngsters Robinson worked with at Liverpool, Jennings earned a lucrative move to Bayern Munich after impressing at Tranmere. Moving back to England, he was on loan at Dons in League One before an ill-fated move during the Championship season.
A blink-and-you'll-miss-it loan signing in 2011, Amoo made three appearances for Dons on loan from the Reds.
Ojo was the next starlet to come through the Dons academy before he was snapped up by Liverpool in 2011. He has played 13 times for Liverpool, and is currently in Scotland on loan at Rangers.