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Lee Peacock Returns Tonight!

Lee Peacock Returns Tonight!

Tonight's reserve team fixture between Swindon Town and Southampton will mark the return of long-term absentee Lee Peacock.

The tattooed striker/midfielder has not played in the first team since the 2-2 draw with Cheltenham Town in March (he went off at Half-Time).

Peacock has 121 league games for Swindon and is highly regarded by many but as his career draws to a conclusion he will be desperate to get more games and goals in this season.

Billy Bodin will partner the veteran Scotsman up front.

Also, Jakub Jesionkowski will start in goal as Phil Smith concentrates on the first team with David Lucas rated at 50/50 for Saturday at this stage.

Squad for Southampton Friendly

I. Jakub Jesionkowski
II. Nathan Thompson
III. Callum Kennedy
IV. Sean Morrison
V. Elliot Knight
VI. Craig Easton
VII. Mark Marshall
VIII. Lloyd Macklin
IX. Lee Peacock
X. Billy Bodin
XI. Michael Timlin

Subs
SUB. Calum Antell
SUB. Jordan Record
SUB. Mark Hartmann
SUB. Tom Ryan
SUB. Seb Broomfield


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Writer:Nellup
Date:Tuesday September 15 2009
Time: 2:30PM

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In those dark dark days of you know who (M.M) - Peacs wore his heart on his sleeve and did his best to raise the team and his game to overcome the massive handicap of a 'cluelass Malpass'.
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