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POLL: Most Improved, Anyone?

POLL: Most Improved, Anyone?

Alright, alright here me out!

It's been an atrocious season and there has been little or no improvement from last season.

There are only two nominations for this vote because these are the two who struggled to break into Danny Wilson's Play-Off achieving squad but featured much more this time around.

Phil Smith: Still prone to errors but was called upon more times this season and played over 50% of Town's league fixtures.

He was hardly to blame for Town's plight.

Michael Timlin: Many were surprised that Danny Wilson offered Timlin a new deal after rarely featuring last year.

Timlin stated that he had options but chose to commit to Swindon. He is in the same situation this summer, his future is unclear and has openly admitted that he want to stay.

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Writer:Nellup
Date:Saturday May 21 2011
Time: 11:30AM

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