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Swindon Sign Striker Onibuje

Swindon Town are set to sign striker to Folawiyo Onibuje to a three month contract.

Onibuje spent last season with Conference outfit Cambridge United before being released due to a fall out with team management.

Dennis Wise and Gus Poyet are willing to give the 6'6 striker, who scored 9 goals last season in 25 games, a three month trial to prove himself. If he does well, it is possible that Onibuje will stay at the club until the end of the season.

Onibuje has had experience at Barnsley, and Petersborough.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 23 2006

Time: 5:46PM

Your Comments

i cant say ive heard of him , anyone know if he is any good ?
lawz1981
not exactly the big name players!!!!!!!!!!!
red_gilly
Wasn't he in Star Wars Obi-Wan-Kenobi
APG_STFC
lookin forward to playing u next season we did the double over u last season but it could of gone either way always enjoy playing u's because my cousin supports them good luck next year tipping u 4 second behind the wombles but think it will be another double 4 us over u's come on u dons
the rodge
likewise mate..... hopefully STFC will have players this time round who are fit and play as a team.
APG_STFC
I think we will do it this season.
red_gilly
He's absolutely useless.
Vital Tyke
Vital Tyke...is he as bad as Rory Fallon was with you, we made a bundle on that deal I hope.
APG_STFC
Wise must think that there is some talent with him surely.
red_gilly
wise will get u there but u got to get behind your team no matter what not like last year when u lost to the dons. some man started being really out of order to jamie cureton and that doesnt help good luck next season come on u dons
the rodge
Fallon wasn't very good for us - but he is a whingeing sod. Barnsley failed to be impressed by Fola On-a-budget. Just telling it from the BFC perspective! Good luck next season.
Vital Tyke
Fallon was quality- not a whingeing sod when here.
red_gilly
I think there was a little bit of sour grapes when the 'whingeing sod ' comment was made...still, lets now look forward not back.
APG_STFC
 

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