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STFC: Weekly Squad Update

This week Swindon Town welcomed Stockport County defender Michael Rose to the club. With Pre-Season training starting on Monday it is expected that David Prutton will be linking up for Danny Wilson's squad after passing a medical last week. Also, Michael Timlin and Mark Scott will be reporting back for training after agreeing a one year deals with the club.

Saying goodbye to Town though was midfielder Craig Easton who opted against signing a new deal and has therefore been released.

TRANSFERS

IN

Michael Rose (Free - Stockport County)
Billy Bodin (Signed Pro Contract)
Will Evans (Signed Pro Contract)

OUT

Matty Barnes (Released)
Craig Easton (Released)
Kurt Hammonds (Released)
Lloyd Macklin (Released - Torquay United)
Mark Marshall (Released
Alex Henshall (Manchester City)
Billy Paynter (Free - Leeds United
Stephen Darby (Loan Return)
Simon Ferry (Loan Return)
Frank Nouble (Loan Return)
Alan Sheehan (Loan Return)
Danny Ward (Loan Return)

SWINDON TOWN F.C. SQUAD 2010/11

Goalkeepers

Jakub Jesionkowski
David Lucas
Mark Scott
Phil Smith

Defenders

Kevin Amankwaah
Scott Cuthbert
Will Evans
Gordon Greer
Lescinel Jean-Francois
Callum Kennedy
Sean Morrison
Michael Rose
Nathan Thompson

Midfielders

Jonathan Douglas
Jon-Paul McGovern
Alan O'Brien
Michael Timlin

Forwards

Charlie Austin
Billy Bodin
Vincent Pericard

Coaching Staff

Danny Wilson (Manager)
Peter Shirtliff (Assistant Manager)
David Byrne (Head of Player Development)
George Wood (Goalkeeping Coach)

Dick Mackey (Physio)
David Morrison (Fitness & Conditioning Coach)

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Date:Sunday July 4 2010

Time: 2:38PM

 

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