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Beware Of Jermaine Beckford

Beware Of Jermaine Beckford

Swindon Town will be on the watch for prolific goalscorer Jermaine Beckford today as he makes his return for Leeds United after serving a suspension.

The striker has been on fine form this season scoring 17 goals for the Yorkshire club this season attracting interest from numerous clubs including soon to be former Premier League side Derby.

Beckford was the hero for Leeds in the fixture at Elland Road in November where Town lost 2-1.

Beckford scored both goals for Leeds including a penalty to give United all 3 points.

Town's back 4 will need to get their act together today if they are to stop Beckford who was named the Coca Cola League One fans player of the month in october.



Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday March 1 2008
Time: 8:47AM

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Bring em on !!
APG_STFC
01/03/2008 08:51:00
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I am actually dreading this game, but knowing Swindon we will play well against a good side...
STFC_Gazza
01/03/2008 08:52:00
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It would have been a more tense if Wisey was still there - but hey he left another team in the lurch.
APG_STFC
01/03/2008 08:58:00
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Will Ifil be back in the side? I saw you against Donny earlier in the season and thought he was one of your better players. Beckfords not been playing well recently. He looked like he needed a rest so hopefully after three weeks off he will be back to his best.
dazza71
01/03/2008 09:57:00
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Ifil didn't play last game, Former QPR defender Patrick Kanyuka played and he is a fairly decent player.
STFC_Gazza
01/03/2008 10:01:00
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Did Beckford play today on the pitch except with himself????
Nelly180
01/03/2008 22:09:00
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