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New Squad Numbers Are Announced

New Squad Numbers Are Announced

Todays new signings have been given their squad numbers.

Loan player Hal Robson-Kanu takes the number 7 shirt which was made available after Christian Roberts' retirement.

Hamdi Razak will wear the number 22 shirt, last worn by Spanaird and fellow striker Ibón Pérez Arrieta in 2007.

Jean-François Lescinel has been given the 26 shirt which was worn by Pat Kanyaka last season.

...and finally loanee defender Gordon Greer takes the number 33 shirt the same number that Lloyd Macklin wore last season to become the youngest ever player to feature in a competitive fixture for Swindon (the 4-1 win over Brentford in the JPT in September 2007)

07 - Hal Robson-Kanu
22 - Hamdi Razak
26 - Jean-François Lescinel
33 - Gordon Greer



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