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STFC: Bodin Picks Bodin for Oldham

STFC: Bodin Picks Bodin for Oldham

Paul Bodin has given his son Billy a full-debut for Town's clash with Oldham Athletic today.

Bodin has featured several times from the bench but this is his first start.

Meanwhile, Calvin Andrew returns to the starting line-up along with Jon-Paul McGovern who replaces David Prutton.

Miles Storey sits on the Town bench for the first time.

SWINDON TOWN LINE-UP (4-4-2):

Phil Smith

Paul Caddis
Lecsinel Jean-Francois
Scott Cuthbert
Michael Rose

Jon-Paul McGovern
Jonathan Douglas (c)
Simon Ferry
Matt Ritchie

Calvin Andrew
Billy Bodin

Subs:

Jakub Jesionkowski
Nathan Thompson
Michael Timlin
Alessane N'Diaye
David Prutton
Miles Storey
Elliot Benyon


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Writer:Nellup
Date:Saturday April 30 2011
Time: 2:18PM

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