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Ady Williams Set To Retire?

Swindon Town defender Ady Williams is prepared to hang up his boots if he is offered a coaching job at Swindon Town.

Williams has made one appearance this season as a substitute before going off with a hamstring injury and is now happy to call time on his playing career if manager Maurice Malpas offers him a full time coaching job at Swindon.

Many expected that Williams would call it a day shortly and David Byrne told the Trust STFC podcast that Williams was doing his coaching badges now and looking past his playing career.

The former Welsh International did state that should no coaching offer be forthcoming, he would be prepared to get fit and play one more season at another club.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 10 2008

Time: 8:30AM

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Good luck to the bloke in his new job and credit to the club for offering him the job!
will it ever happen
 

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