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Sean O': I love Swindon

Sean O': I love Swindon




Swindon Town's Sean O'Hanlon has dismissed talk he will leave Swindon because the team was relegated to League Two.

'I'm a Swindon player and I love the club.'

Former Everton and England player O'Hanlon knows that if a bigger club comes along asking for him to join them, it may be too good a chance to turn down. 'Relegation doesn't change my views on things. I've obviously got ambition, and if a bigger club comes in then I'd have to consider it.

'But at the moment I'm negotiating with Swindon, trying to sort something out.'

Hopefully Sean O'Hanlon will be a big piece of the puzzle going into next season and help take Swindon Town straight back to League One.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Tuesday May 2 2006
Time: 9:15PM

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its always good when one of your good players are commited to your team
jono_forest
03/05/2006 07:00:00
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to be honest i couldnt blame sean for leaving no doubt league 1 clubs will be chasing him and prob even a few championship ones, cos he is that highly thought of. i'll believe it when he signs a contract though
juz stfc
03/05/2006 08:49:00
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i DON'T RECKON HE HAS BEEN AS GOOD THIS SEASON TO BE HONEST. hE WILL ONLY STAY IF NOONE ELSE COMES IN FOR HIM.
red_gilly
05/05/2006 19:49:00
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