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Brown Wants To Stay At Swindon

Brown Wants To Stay At Swindon

After originally putting in a transfer request wanting to move away from the County Ground, Aaron Brown has decided he wants to stay at Swindon Town.

Brown who had a trial at Doncaster last week, was booed by Town fans today when he came on against Crystal Palace.

Speaking to Swindontownfc.co.uk Swindon Town manager Dennis Wise shared his feelings with the gathered media, 'I had a chat with him and he has the chance, but he has to work hard and play for the team. If he doesn't do that then he won't be in the side, it's as simple as that. The fans are well aware of the situation as you saw today, but Aaron knows the situation and has to knuckle down now.' Wise finished


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Sunday July 23 2006
Time: 7:08PM

Comments

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he is a good player but we dont want anyone who really dont want to play for us
lawz1981
23/07/2006 21:05:00
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no doubt hes going to try and put himself on show till a 'bigger' club comes in for him and lets see how quickly he leaves then lol!!
juz stfc
24/07/2006 08:28:00
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Only wants to stay because Doncaster don't want him, why should we be second best. He should still go.
red_gilly
24/07/2006 20:14:00
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