Two more years for Dons duo

MK Dons duo Jay O'Shea and Tom Flanagan have penned new two-year deals with the club.

Last Updated: 09/07/12 at 21:51

O'Shea: New Dons deal

O'Shea: New Dons deal

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Winger O'Shea, 23, joined the Dons as a free agent last summer and scored six goals in 25 appearances during his first season.

Centre-back Flanagan, 20, is one of the club's academy products and also made 25 first-team outings last term.

Speaking to the Dons' official website, O'Shea said: "It's great to be given a new contract. I thought I was doing well before I got injured last season so I knew I had to come back, get fit and prove myself.

"Hopefully now I can have a couple of injury-free seasons and can try and do what I did at the end of the last year."

Flanagan added: "I really enjoyed last season so it's a big relief to be signing and hopefully I can now look forward to two years of playing more football."

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