Karl Robinson was told by his daughter that Charlton were facing AFC Wimbledon in the second-round of the FA Cup.

Charlton travel to Kingsmeadow on December 3 hoping to progress to the next stage of the competition.

Robinson is hated by Wimbledon fans after managing their arch rivals MK Dons for six years.

And the Addicks boss angered the Wombles fanbase when he said they were more concerned about jeering him than supporting their team in Charlton’s 1-0 win over Neal Ardley’s side last month.

When asked about his reaction to drawing the Dons in the FA Cup, he said: “I had a chuckle. I was going to meet a friend in the city and I had to FaceTime my daughter.

“It was the FA Cup draw and I pulled over and I watched it on FaceTime with my daughter. She’s only 11 and said ‘AFC Wimbledon, oh no dad… Charlton’.

“I went ‘what do you mean, Jasmine?’ I thought she was winding me up. She said ‘you’re playing AFC Wimbledon away’ and I said ‘ok, great’ and she said ‘I won’t be coming to that one!’”

Robinson added: “It [the abuse] will carry on. It’ll never die down about where I’ve been or what I’ve done for another football club and what I’ve said about certain things.

“People can ridicule you and be so bitter and cruel in what they say. But at no stage do I ever lower myself to being disrespectful or anything like that.

“It’ll be a great game. You’ll certainly have a headline after the game regardless of what happens.”