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Woan and Mackey Next To Go?

Woan and Mackey Next To Go?

Chief Executive Mark Devlin has told the local media that Ian Woan and Dick Mackey could be the next two to leave Swindon Town with the arrival of new Manager Dennis Wise and his assistant Gus Poyet.

Devlin said that new manager Dennis Wise will have say over the future's of both, Youth Team Manager Ian Woan and Pysiotherapist Dick Mackey.

It is unknown what the new managers plans are for the youth team setup, but he is known to have made a couple of requests to the Swindon board, which they are currently looking in to.

Dick Mackey is more likely than Ian Woan to stay at the club as they prepare for life in League Two.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday May 20 2006
Time: 2:22PM

Comments

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Ian woan what a legend dont see why he should let him go just let him get on with his job.
jono_forest
20/05/2006 19:09:00
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Why get ris of the physio. This is getting pathetic now.
red_gilly
20/05/2006 23:30:00
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no point in getting rid of mackey
lawz1981
20/05/2006 23:40:00
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pointless
red_gilly
20/05/2006 23:45:00
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bit sad isnt it
green giant 12
21/05/2006 00:21:00
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Typical of this board though.
red_gilly
21/05/2006 00:29:00
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