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STFC: Timlin had Options

Swindon midfielder Michael Timlin rejected offers from other clubs to remain a Town player he has revealed.

The Ireland Under-21 cap fell out-of-favour last season due to the form of Jonathan Douglas and Celtic loanee Simon Ferry.

However, Timlin has opted to remain at the County Ground for a further year.

Talking to the BBC, Timlin spoke with refreshing honesty when he stated that 'since I first came here for Fulham there was high expectations of me and I know I probably haven't met those expectations yet.'

But the midfielder and former stand-in captain of the club said that he 'had other options to play first team football bur I'm so happy here.'

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Writer: Nellup  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 14 2010

Time: 10:26PM

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Commitment to the cause is exactly what we need. I hope he has a better season.
Nellup
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14/07/2010 22:53:00

Fair play to you MT - considering you did not get many games last season - a good show of commitment to STFC there
APG_STFC
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15/07/2010 19:16:00

not convinced he is what swindon need to be going forward but his loyalty is commendable
shaunfire
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19/07/2010 11:48:00

 

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