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O'Hanlon In Shock Departure

Swindon Town captain Sean O'Hanlon appears to have played his last game for Swindon Town after agreeing a contract with MK Dons.

O'Hanlon looked set to stay with Swindon Town after saying how much he wanted to stay at the Wiltshire club.

Several weeks ago O'Hanlon was thought to have accepted a new three year contract keeping him at the club.

Sean O' as he was known to fans said he would only leave the club if a offer to further his career further came along.

With Dennis Wise at Swindon now, one would think that kind of attention could only be a good thing for any players career, but the lure of probably more money, and a new stadium appear to have been too much for O'Hanlon to reject.

O'Hanlon joined Swindon from Everton in 2004 after impressing former manager Andy King.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 3 2006

Time: 5:42PM

Your Comments

big mistake sean , cant believe it MK DONS !
lawz1981
might be a mistake, you'll have to see but it would seem like a mistake straight off...
wallis
Of course joining the Franchise is a mistake. Proves he is only involved in football for the money.
DJ
you make me laugh he has signed because we are club which has great players great new stadium and are going to go up the leagues like wimbledon and watford did
the rodge
Sean you'll be sorry.....still good luck.....don't quite understand going to a club like them, I'd be embarrassed to be honest, you should have set your sights a bit higher.
APG_STFC
'the rodge' going up the leagues like 'Wimbledon' did how insensitive are you ?
APG_STFC
i was a wimbledon fan and went the mk dons way im only 17 but i really think the mk dons have big potential and are on the way up i also think that you will go up as well but need a few more signings
the rodge
Good riddance O'hanlon.
red_gilly
 

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