Dons scouts denied AFC access

Edinson Cavani believes that his Napoli side are close to
realising their dream of winning the Serie A title.

Napoli currently sit in second place in the table after Monday’s
1-0 away victory against Cagliari, and have realistic hopes of
winning their first Scudetto since 1990.

Striker Cavani has been key to the club’s revival in recent
seasons, and is once again the club’s top scorer with eight league
goals during the current campaign. The Uruguayan has spoken of his
happiness at the club and belief that league success is an
achievable goal.

“I came here to enter in the people’s hearts and leave a mark on
the history of the club,” Cavani told
Chi.

“This is a sensational period and for this reason I must thank
my family. When I am on the pitch I want to win at all costs. The
Scudetto? It isn’t a far-off dream.”

Cavani’s team-mate Marek Hamsik believes the club’s serene
progress in the Europa League will assist the title assault.

“It was very important to reach the next round in the Europa
League with a game to spare so we can better concentrate on the
league,” Hamsik said.

“I want four wins up to Christmas, starting obviously against
Pescara; a game that is easy on paper.”

The two clubs are set to meet in a highly charged FA Cup
second-round clash this weekend, the first game between them since
AFC were formed 10 years ago in response to Wimbledon’s move to
Milton Keynes.

“They asked us not to (go),” Robinson told the Football League
podcast.

“That’s what we’ve got to respect. They played at Morecambe at
the weekend and (MK Dons scout) Alex Rae went down. We’ve watched
DVDs and everything else and we’ve tried to do our job.

“We’re a professional football club and we’ve got to rise above
any negativity. I’m sure AFC Wimbledon want to do the same.”

AFC Wimbledon have told BBC Sport that MK Dons staff were
welcome at Kingsmeadow but suggested they should not wear club
clothing. The club also expressed concern that Robinson’s presence
at the ground could prove inflammatory.