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POLL: Austin to be the Star of 2010?

POLL: Austin to be the Star of 2010?

Vital Swindon Town voters believe that forward Charlie Austin will be the clubs breakout star of 2010.

Austin's impact since joining from Poole Town has been beyond impressive. In 8 starts he's averaged a goal a game. He could miss out on the trip to Stockport County this coming Tuesday and if this is the case it'll be a massive loss for us.

Second place went to 15 year old midfielder Alex Henshall. We've heard a lot about the England Youth international but have yet to see him play. Sadly, it's unlikely that we ever will with Aston Villa strongly linked to the youngster.

Third place went to Seb Broomfield. The youth forward joined in the summer from Plymouth Argyle with great praise given to him from David Byrne.

Who do you think the Swindon Town break out star of 2010 will be?

55% Charlie Austin 55%
20% Alex Henshall 20%
09% Seb Broomfield
06% Matty Barnes
06% Lloyd Macklin
02% Billy Bodin
02% Nathan Thompson


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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday January 18 2010
Time: 10:44AM

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