AFC Wimbledon have created another historic turning point in their history with a 2-0 over Plymouth Argyle.

"The Beast" is looking for some new employment, I heard B&M are taking on.

Despite the celebrations however, it comes to our knowledge that Adebayo Akinfenwa has been released by his club after scoring their goal that finished off Plymouth once and for all and got AFC Wimbledon promoted to League One for the first time in their history. Watch his incredible last goal for the club here.

Akinfenwa sealed the deal for his former club in the 101st minute during extra time, after an argument with Callum Kennedy on who should take the penalty. AFC Wimbledon have now been promoted 6 times since their formation in 2002 following the original club’s bizarre relocation to Milton Keynes.

He’s the heaviest footballer in the AFC Wimbledon, weighing in at a monstrous 103kg, having created another historic turning point in their history with a 2-0 over Plymouth Argyle.

Earning his proud title of “The Beast”, it seems his heavy weight has been advantageous to his career. He’s scored 160 goals in his career that’s seen him play for Swansea City, Northampton Town and Gillingham.

He has called on managers to add him on WhatsApp so he can find new employment as a player.

Lets see if he can get a historic team Accrington Stanley to Champions League football; come on John Coleman, give him a ring!

He could maybe even partner Rashford up front for Manchester United…the possibilities are endless. Just don’t go to MK Dons!

You can watch the full television interview below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07La8S7dmwA