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Jarrett Set To Leave Swindon

On loan Midfielder Albert Jarrett is set to return to Brighton and Hove Albion after Saturday's match at Layer Road.

Jarrett who has plenty of pace, never really did hit his stride and had a shocking game at Nottingham Forest which pretty much ended his Swindon career.

Manager Iffy Onuora Thanked Jarrett today for his efforts at Swindon “Albert has provided me with cover, certainly while Christian Roberts was away.

“He probably hasn't shown the best of what he can do, only in snatches really, but I think there's a player there.'

“He's a quiet one, doesn't give much away but it's been good, it's been nice seeing him here.”

In regards to extending the current loan deal Iffy explained that it is not very likely and wishes him well.
“Now he's back and not looking in bad shape we've had a little chat with Albert and said it's unlikely we'll extend the loan beyond Saturday.




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Date:Friday March 17 2006

Time: 10:42AM

 

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