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O'Hanlon Finally Apologises To Fans

Town skipper Sean O'Hanlon has finally come out and publicly apologised to the 1,200 Swindon Town supporter's who made the Trip to Nottingham Forest last week.

'It was a great turn-out from the fans at Forest and it was all set for a great occasion, The players are all really sorry that we didn't repay them for the support - they had travelled a long way and were brilliant.'

Now that Sean O' finally said what should have been said earlier in the week, his focus shifted to the match against Tranmere tommorrow at the County Ground. 'We definitely want to get a result for them this weekend and hopefully repay them with a with a few wins on the trot.'




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 3 2006

Time: 10:52AM

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gutted for you about this but hey it can't get any worse surely. can it?
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