Date:Tuesday June 16 2009
Danny Wilson's squad for next season took another step towards completion today as Craig Easton, Jean-Francois Lescinel and Phil Smith all put pen-to-paper on 1 year deals.
The trio all escaped Wilson's cull as 15 left the club.
Craig Easton endured a tough and ultimately disappointing campaign, especially after impressing so much in his first season at the club. He'll be looking to prove a point this season.
So will Phil Smith who'll battle with David Lucas for the No.1 spot. Smith had previously won a 2-year battle with Peter Brezovan.
Lescinel originally signed a short term deal after impressing during a brief trial period alongside former Town striker Hamdi Razak. The Haiti international was used sporadically but did enough to convince his manager that he was worth keeping at the County Ground.
2009/2010 Squad Thus Far
01. David Lucas (31)
02. Mark Scott (18)
03. Phil Smith (29)
04. Hasney Aljofree (30)
05. Kevin Amankwaah (27)
06. Gordon Greer (28)
07. Jerel Ifil (26)
08. Callum Kennedy (19)
09. Jean-Francois Lescinel (22)
10. Sean Morrison (18)
11. Nathan Thompson (17)
12. Kasali Yinka Casal (21)
12. Craig Easton (30)
13. Kurt Hammonds (18)
14. Lloyd Macklin (17)
15. Mark Marshall (23)
16. Jon-Paul McGovern (28)
17. Anthony McNamee (25)
18. Michael Timlin (24)
19. Andy Westall (18)
18. Simon Cox (22)
19. Billy Paynter (24)
20. Lee Peacock (32)
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Date:Tuesday June 16 2009
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