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- The financial situation had improved as a takeover bid by Dean Holdsworth's Sports Shield was successful in March 2016.
- Wimbledon F.C. went two goals down before coming back to draw 2–2; Dean Holdsworth scored the club's first goal in Milton Keynes.
- 26 April 1994 – A Dean Holdsworth hat-trick gives Wimbledon a 3–0 home league win over Oldham Athletic, who fall further into relegation trouble.
- However, he later signed a one-year contract extension to remain with Aldershot under new manager Dean Holdsworth.
- In April 2008 Peter Beadle was sacked as club manager, and was replaced by Dean Holdsworth.
- 2 October 1997 – Bolton Wanderers pay a club record £3.5million for Wimbledon striker Dean Holdsworth.
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