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STFC: Roberts Could Play Semi-Pro

Swindon Town midfielder Christian Roberts who retired from the professional game at 28 due to injury this week has refused to rule out a footballing return at the semi-professional level.

Roberts will be on hand Sunday against Millwall to say goodbye to the fans and do a lap of honour.

Many retired players have resurfaced in the lower leagues including Andy Gurney and Matt Hewlett who were recently with Swindon Town.




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Date:Saturday September 27 2008

Time: 9:57AM

 

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