Former AFC Wimbledon full back joins Macclesfield

12:15 07 June 2012

Ryan Jackson has joined Macclesfield after leaving AFC Wimbledon

Ryan Jackson has joined Macclesfield after leaving AFC Wimbledon

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Transfer News: Ryan Jackson has signed for the Silkmen

AFC Wimbledon full back Ryan Jackson has joined Macclesfield as the Silkmen look to regain their Football League spot next season.

The 21-year-old played an integral part in the Dons winning promotion in 2011.

However, he fell out of favour at Kingsmeadow and ended last season on loan at Cambridge United, making five appearances.

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