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Changes To Contract Offers


With the arrival of Dennis Wise as manager, some contract offers have been changed.

Deputy Chairman Mark Devlin has given us an update on some of the contract offers the club had made prior to Dennis Wise arrival as manager at Swindon Town.

Andy Nicholas was expected to sign a new contract with Town shortly. Given Iffy Onuora's departure it was unclear whether this contract had been withdrawn. Devlin advised that new manager Dennis Wise thought it would be unfair to withdraw the contract offer.

Steve Jenkins and Paul Smith were expected to get new contracts with Town however, Devlin said that may not happen now and the players will have to speak to Dennis Wise.

Sean O'Hanlon is still mulling over his current contract offer.

Rhys Evans is currently speaking to Blackpool, Swindon and perhaps one other club. Evans has a new agent and is likely being shopped around before agreeing any offer. Swindon were going to offer Evans a new improved contract however Mark Devlin needs to speak to Dennis Wise before making the offer concrete.

The youth players who were offered contracts have all accepted.

Jamie Cureton has instructed his agent to inact a clause in his contract allowing him to leave the club on a free transfer now the club are relegated to League 2.






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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday May 20 2006
Time: 8:52AM

Comments

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get rid of cureton keep evans and bring in a few more faces
lawz1981
20/05/2006 09:47:00
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did cureton do well 4 u?
green giant 12
20/05/2006 11:22:00
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He did o.k but missed some vital sitters at the end.
red_gilly
20/05/2006 12:49:00
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i was very surprised at wise coming to your club. Do you think he will do well with you?
jono_forest
20/05/2006 14:51:00
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I don't know, I do hope so as he has got a three year contract!!!!!!!!!!!
red_gilly
20/05/2006 23:31:00
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