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Jutkiewicz Signs 3 Year Deal

Jutkiewicz Signs 3 Year Deal

Swindon Town striker Lukas Jutkiewicz has signed a three year contract to stay at Swindon after impressing manager Dennis Wise.

This is Jutkiewicz first pro deal and made his senior team debut last season under then-manager Iffy Onuora.

Speaking about the signing of Lukas, Wise told the official site, 'Lukas has impressed me a lot during the sessions we have had in pre-season so far. He is a man and I like his qualities. He is a young boy but a man in the same mould.

'He is one of those young players that are difficult to find and it is pleasing that he has done well so far'


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday July 13 2006
Time: 5:56PM

Comments

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hopefully shine this season
lawz1981
13/07/2006 19:38:00
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Always nice to see young players coming through. I think he's a better player than Brownlie who's on trial.
mikey107
14/07/2006 09:11:00
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He looks good to me when I saw him last season...
APG_STFC
14/07/2006 17:41:00
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3 year contract??? Wow, he must be good!!!
cherry_brandy
15/07/2006 01:45:00
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u shud have never sold fallon because he is doin relli good down here in swnsea. did u c the goal he scored in the playoff final? quality...
swanzboichris
21/07/2006 21:46:00
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I wanted to keep Fallon.
red_gilly
21/07/2006 23:51:00
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One of those situations with Fallon, we missed him but hey we'll bounce back. This Lukas to me is a good prospect but again we may have to sell to survive. Fallon took a lot of stick from Swans fans initially but seems to have turned them round.
APG_STFC
22/07/2006 08:34:00
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thankfuly the board has seen further than the end of their noses to offer our brightest prospect a long contract. def going to a big helping factor in our campaign next season
juz stfc
22/07/2006 14:51:00
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