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Reeves Set To Leave Swindon

Reeves Set To Leave Swindon

Assistant Manager Alan Reeves is set to depart Swindon Town with the arrival of Dennis Wise and Gus Poyet.

Reeves who was assistant manager under Iffy Onuora has been replaced by Gus Poyet who like Wise, played at Chelsea.

Reeves arrived to the County Ground in 1998 but saw his career cut short when he broke his leg against Wycombe in the Carling Cup first round this season. Reeves decided to retire from playing on the advice of doctors and took the role as assistant manager for good once he returned to the club after the injury.

Reeves will be fondly remembered at the County Ground as a firm fan favourite who gave 110% on and off the pitch.




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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday May 18 2006
Time: 5:52PM

Comments

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all the best reeves and thanks for all the dedication over the years!!
juz stfc
18/05/2006 18:04:00
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I think that is abit bit hasrh on Reeves. i am sure he could have been offered something. I hope then that Woan has gone aswell.
red_gilly
18/05/2006 18:11:00
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pitty he had that injury as he could have made a big difference in the squad
lawz1981
18/05/2006 19:03:00
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yeah sounds a tad harsh on him
green giant 12
18/05/2006 19:05:00
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Another loyal servant been treated like crap.
red_gilly
18/05/2006 22:04:00
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It is sinking in. I am now feeling quite upset that Reevsey is leaving.
red_gilly
18/05/2006 22:47:00
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