Hatters legend Harford in controversial MK Dons move
The ex-Hatters chief, Town and England star will replace John Gorman as Robinson’s number two following his retirement, while former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has also joined as part-time first team coach.
The appointment is sure to raise eyebrows at former clubs Luton and AFC Wimbledon, but Harford said he isn’t interested in any criticism.
He said: “I’m here for football reasons, I’m not getting into the political side of it.
“I’m here to work for Milton Keynes Dons, it’s a great opportunity for me to get back into football.
“I’ve been out of work for two and a half years. Karl asked me to join him when they knew John was leaving.
“I met Karl on numerous occasions, got to know him, I was impressed by what I saw, what he talked about and his knowledge of the game, so it was an easy decision to join.”
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