Ardley praises skipper Gregory as the loanee's spell at Kingsmeadow comes to an end

Close: AFC Wimbledon cause panic in the Rotherham penalty area but it comes to nothing SP70807

Much to consider: Neal Ardley and Simon Bassey deep in discussion during the 1-0 defeat to Rotherham SP70807

End of the line...? Steven Gregory has returned to Bournemouth after his loan period came to an end SP70807

Under pressure: Jack Midson attempts to close down the Millers' defence SP70807

Moore in midfield: Luke Moore closes down in the centre of the park SP70807

About to kick off: The referee comes in to defuse a potentially explosive situation in the Rotherham penalty area SP70807

First published in Sport

AFC Wimbledon held out for 79 minutes against League Two play-off hopefuls Rotherham but ultimately ended up on the wrong end of a 1-0 scoreline.

Rotherham sub Kieran Agard grabbed the winner when his header hit the post and rebounded back into the net off keeper Neil Sullivan.

The match marked the end of Steven Gregory's stint at the club and boss Neal Ardley was full of praise for his skipper.

“Steven has done really well and been our captain since I have been here," he said.

"Whether we will be able to get him back in January is another matter as there will be a few clubs interested in him. But he has been a great servant for us and whatever happens, we certainly wish him well.”

Dons travel to second-placed Port Vale this weekend.

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