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Nicholas Set To Stay At Swindon

Nicholas Set To Stay At Swindon

Midfielder Andy Nicholas is set to become the club's longest serving player by signing a One year contract with Swindon Town.

Nicholas a former Liverpool player, has turned around his career since the departure of former Manager Andy King.

Nicholas' Swindon career looked to be over last season when he was sent on loan to Chester City, however this season he has seen more game's and look's like the player of old.

Nicho as he is known to fan's at 22 year's of age become's the club's longest serving player with the departure of Stefani Miglioranzi.

Nicholas has been through it all at Swindon Town. The playoff's against Brighton, two season's ago, mid table last season, a loan spell at Chester last season and relegation this year.

Part of Nicholas' decision to stay was based on the fact he is still learning at this early stage of his career.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday May 12 2006
Time: 5:49PM

Comments

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ah more good news for today, definately a player with more to come from him as he progresses. well done nico
juz stfc
12/05/2006 17:53:00
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As long as the so say drinking before matches stop. more fitness needed.
red_gilly
12/05/2006 18:47:00
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great news i think you will have a great chance of bouncing straight back up.
jono_forest
13/05/2006 06:40:00
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I hope so.
red_gilly
13/05/2006 18:52:00
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good move to keep him . i think he will have a good season
lawz1981
14/05/2006 09:39:00
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I have rated him in the past, he does need to play consistently to get the best from him. Not one game here and one game there.
red_gilly
14/05/2006 18:10:00
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to be fair he was switched to centre back from playing his swindon career at left back so that must take some time to find your feet again after being out in the cold so to speak
juz stfc
15/05/2006 09:53:00
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Well hopefully he will do us proud.
red_gilly
16/05/2006 18:40:00
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