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McPhee Looks Set To Sign

McPhee Looks Set To Sign

Striker Chris McPhee look's set to sign a contract with Swindon Town once he has recovered from minor knee surgery.

McPhee has told the local media that Brighton will not be offering him a new deal, which open's the door for a permanent switch to Swindon.

McPhee will be having keyhole surgery on his knee which Brighton will pay for and this will delay the signing for about three weeks. McPhee also advised he had only been playing at 80% and that Swindon fans had not yet seen the best of him.

McPhee joined Swindon on loan from Brighton but failed to score during his loan spell.




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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday May 13 2006
Time: 2:50PM

Comments

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thats great for you. Seems like youve got a decent strikeforce for next season.
jono_forest
13/05/2006 18:03:00
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I hope that they are able to be consistent in scoring the goals.
red_gilly
13/05/2006 18:53:00
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hopefully given a full [preseaon he and peacock will establish a good understanding
juz stfc
13/05/2006 22:38:00
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dont look bad but does nt look like he will score many goals
lawz1981
14/05/2006 09:33:00
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We definetly need to start the season off with plenty of goals, need someone who can bang them in for us, don't know if Mcphee is that person though?
red_gilly
14/05/2006 18:08:00
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