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McPhee Signs With Torquay

Former Swindon Town target Chris McPhee has signed a contract with League 2 rivals Torquay United.

McPhee who joined Swindon on loan late last season from Brighton And Hove Albion looked set to sign a permanent deal under then manager Iffy Onuora.

The deal was all but finalised however, with the arrival of Dennis Wise as manager McPhee's Swindon Town future was over.

The striker failed to convert any chances for Swindon but showed a lot of pace and this pleased Onuora.

Town are still in negotiations with Royce Brownlie over a permanent contract at the County Ground.




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Date:Wednesday July 26 2006

Time: 9:59PM

 

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