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Casal & Marshall: Off Tour

The futures of Swindon Town duo Kasali Yinka Casal and Mark Marshall have been thrown into doubt after they were not selected for the clubs trip to Austria.

Last season Casal did not impress and even struggled to make the reserve team starting line-up. Meanwhile Marshall only made substitute appearances for the first team last term and also turned down a loan move to Bournemouth. Mark Marshall has been linked to several League Two clubs.

Both players were brought to the club last summer by former manager Maurice Malpas.

The only other absentee is the injured Lee Peacock.

Tour Squad

David Lucas
Phil Smith

Kevin Amankwaah
Gordon Greer
Jerel Ifil
Lescinel Jean-Francois
Callum Kennedy
Sean Morrison
Nathan Thompson

Jonathan Douglas
Craig Easton
Lloyd Macklin
J-P McGovern
Anthony McNamee
Alan O'Brien
Michael Timlin

Billy Paynter
Cherno Samba



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Writer: Nellup  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 12 2009

Time: 8:27PM

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Neither have offered much in the talent department.
APG_STFC
We should sell casal another blunder fom malpass.I heard marshall is off too bournemouth / aldershot on loan.Would do him good as he needs some footbal league experience and those teams woud suit him.
Football_Casual
 

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