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AFC Wimbledon without Qatar-bound Chris Gunter for Weymouth replay

AFC Wimbledon are without Wales international Chris Gunter as they host non-league Weymouth in their FA Cup first-round replay. The veteran defender, who played 90 minutes against Salford on Saturday, has now linked up with his national side for the World Cup. Forward David Fisher could get more minutes after...
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Chris Gunter: Wales defender Gunter signs for AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon have signed Wales international Chris Gunter on a one-year deal following his exit from Charlton Athletic this summer. Gunter, 32, became the first men's player to reach 100 caps for Wales last year and is their most capped player, having played 109 games. The defender joined the Addicks...
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Wales defender Chris Gunter joins AFC Wimbledon to boost World Cup hopes

Wales defender Chris Gunter has signed a one-year contract at AFC Wimbledon that should secure his place at the World Cup later this year. Gunter, Wales’ most capped men’s team player with 109 appearances, left Charlton at the end of last season.
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Chris Gunter ready for Robert Lewandowski challenge with Wales

Chris Gunter remains unfazed by the prospect of marking Robert Lewandowski despite currently being without a club.Gunter is set to lead Wales in their Nations League opener in Poland on Wednesday and win his 108th cap.The 32-year-old will be tasked with marking Bayern Munich striker Lewandowski, scorer of 344 goals in 375 games for the Bundesliga club and one of world football’s best forwards, just weeks after being released by Sky Bet League One outfit Charlton.“As a player you turn up and do your job,” said Gunter, Wales’ most capped men’s team player. “If and when you’re selected to play...

‘Proud’ Chris Gunter did not expect to win 100 caps for Wales

Chris Gunter becomes the first Welshman to win 100 caps on Saturday admitting that he would have believed it impossible on the day he won his first as a teenager 14 years ago. Wales’ 2-2 friendly draw with New Zealand at Wrexham’s Racecourse Ground on May 26, 2007 would long have slipped into Welsh football history but for Gunter’s debut.