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WIMBLEDON have completed the signing of young Australian striker Scott McDonald.
The 19-year-old former Southampton and Bournemouth ace has been on trial with The Dons for the past week and he has done enough to earn a permanent deal at Selhurst Park.
"He has been with us for a while in training and he's done very well," manager Stuart Murdoch (pictured) told the club's official website.
"He did well for the reserves against Portsmouth and showed us that he is capable of scoring goals.
"I'm pleased to get him in and now it's down to Scott to show that he can perform on a regular basis."
In other news, Wimbledon have handed a trial to Portsmouth midfielder Neil Barrett.
The youngster will spend the next week training with Murdoch's side, after being told he could leave Fratton Park.
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Team news ahead of the New Year's Day clash between Swindon and Portsmouth at the County Ground (kick-off 2pm).
Caretaker boss Guy Whittingham felt Portsmouth fans had "every right" to boo their team in the 2-1 home defeat to Yeovil.
Yeovil took advantage of some poor defending from Portsmouth as two first-half goals earned them a 2-1 triumph at Fratton Park.
Team news ahead of the League One clash between Portsmouth and Yeovil at Fratton Park.
Portsmouth boss Guy Whittingham says the decision to drop Izale McLeod against Crawley was a tactical move and nothing else.