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STFC: Douglas, 'I apologise'

Swindon Town captain Jonathan Douglas has said sorry to the fans for the clubs relegation from League One.

Talking to the Swindon Advertiser, the former Republic of Ireland cap JONATHAN Douglas has apologised to Swindon Town fans after he and his fellow teammates failed to prevent the club from dropping into League Two.

'I apologise for the season we have had but we have to keep going, they have to keep supporting us. Next year is a totally different ball game,' commented Douglas who finally scored his first Town goal during the 3-1 loss at Sheffield Wednesday last week. He continued by stated that everybody 'knows it is not great, we are all hurting just as much as everyone else but we have to keep going."

Douglas, last seasons Player of the Year, has also expressed his desire to remain at the County Ground next season.

The club are entitled to activate an additional year and Douglas appears to be content to stay and the club captain reiterated this by saying the he 'will stay because I am settled and enjoy playing for Swindon. I have met some good friends here and I don`t see why I should move really because my wife and kid are settled.'

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Date:Thursday April 28 2011

Time: 7:28PM

 

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