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Leon Knight lets rip on Twitter (again)

Leon Knight lets rip on Twitter (again)

Leon Knight appears to have broken his silence after Swindon Town decided against offering a deal to the former Brighton forward.

The social network website Twitter is where you can get the best quotes from Knight himself.

On June 28 Knight told his Twitter followers he was 'loving' his time at Swindon but he was told to that he was no longer needed that very same day.

...and then silence... until now!

TWEET #1: U aint built up a good enough rep to try and par me off.

TWEET #2: Freedom of speech again u mugs better watch out.

TWEET #3: Nothing happened with swindon wasn't the right place for me and they decided to try hang me out to dry. I don't even have to response #joke

He has also announced that he has parted ways with his agent, probably as a result of his exit from Swindon.

Eek. I'm sure that there is more to follow!

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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday July 4 2011
Time: 7:35PM

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