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Parkin Joins Luton Town

Parkin Joins Luton Town

Former Swindon Town striker Sam Parkin has joined Luton Town after a miserable year at Ipswich Town.

Parkin who scored over 70 goals during his tenure at the County Ground was sold to Ipswich Town during at the end of the was the top scorer at Ipswich last season until an ankle injury sidelined him for most of the season.

Parkin will be looking to revive his Championship career after agreeing to join Luton Town. Swindon Town who had a sell on clause will not receive any money off this transfer because the amount Ipswich sold him for is less than what they paid Swindon for him.

We wish Super Sammy Parkin the best of luck at Luton Town.




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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday August 26 2006
Time: 8:05AM

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I have huge respect for this guy and he deserves better than he got Ipswich, the only break he got was his ankle. ouch ! Good luck to him at Luton Tn
APG_STFC
26/08/2006 13:06:00
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joined a terrible team skould of gone somewhere else i know he is a good player but i just dnt like luton
the rodge
26/08/2006 14:24:00
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