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Jonny Williams

22-Year-Old Midfielder     MK Dons  


Birthdate:  October 9, 1993    Birthplace:  Pembury, United Kingdom    Nationality:  Wales    Height:  5' 6"    Weight:  132 lbs    Show ContractHide Contract


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Joined Nottingham Forest on loan until Jan. 17.

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September 10, 2015    Jonny Williams News

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Williams has moved to Championship club Nottingham Forest on loan, according to the Official Club Website.

Williams spent time on loan at Ipswich Town last season and will look to get some much needed fitness after injury problems that have plagued his last two campaigns. Even if he returns to Palace, first team opportunities will be at a premium given the success of the midfield in the early weeks of the season.

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September 29, 2014

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Williams has moved to Championship club Ipswich Town on loan, reports the official club website.

Williams spent the second half of last season on loan at the same club and will get valuable game time before returning to the club in January. The Welshman has yet to register a goal or an assist this season and has been given only sporadic opportunities by both former manager Keith Millen and current boss Neil Warnock.

August 23, 2014

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Williams made his first appearance of the season as a second half substitute against West Ham United on Saturday.

Williams replaced Barry Bannan in the 70th minute after an injury-hit preseason. Williams laid on a couple of late chances for his team mates and looked generally sharp during the 20 minute run-out and is pushing hard for a starting place.

August 21, 2014

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Williams is 100 percent fit and in the squad for Saturdayís home game against West Ham, caretaker manager Keith Millen told the Croydon Advertiser Croydon Advertiser.

Williamsí return comes at the right time with Jason Puncheonís one-game suspension meaning a good chance of a start on the right wing. The Welshman had a successful loan spell at Ipswich Town in 2013/14 with his creativity in midfield and availability in most fantasy leagues making him a solid option.

August 20, 2014

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Williamsí (thigh) return to first team action isnít long off as he has trained over the last two days, caretaker manager Keith Millen told the Croydon Advertiser.

Williams spent the second half of an injury-blighted 2013/14 campaign on loan at Championship side Ipswich Town and will want to make his mark once a new manager is appointed. Fantasy owners can expect to see a handful of assists if Williams is given an extended run in the team.

November 1, 2013

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Williams is recovering nicely from an ankle injury that had some worried he would miss the rest of the 2013-14 Premier League season, reports the Daily Star. He is ahead of schedule on his return and has even started to do some running.

Williams had taken four shots in three appearances as a substitute this season before getting injured.

September 12, 2013

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Williams (ankle) is expected to be out of action for up to three months after damaging ankle ligaments while playing for Wales last Friday, reports the Daily Mail.

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway was hopeful the player would be available in six weeks, but initial scans showed more extensive damage to the ankle than anticipated.