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O'Hanlon Avoids Hostile Swindon

O'Hanlon Avoids Hostile Swindon

Former Swindon Town captain Sean O`Hanlon will not feature tomorrow when his new team Wimbl…uhhh MK Dons play Swindon Town at the County Ground.

O`Hanlon has managed to avoid a hostile reception at the County Ground by picking up an injury, and it couldn`t come at a better time.

O`Hanlon angered the Swindon faithful when he said he was going to sign a new three year contract to remain at Swindon and was just crossing the T`s and dotting the I`s. O`Hanlon made it sound as if he would only leave Swindon if a bigger club came in for him, which was understandable. Every player has ambitions to play at a higher level.

Amazingly O`Hanlon did a 360 degree turn around and took the dirty money of the MK Dons and spat in the face of the fans who supported him despite not having the best of season`s last year.

O`Hanlon decided that despite Milton Keynes stealing another Town`s club (Wimbledon) they were a sleeping giant. How can you be a sleeping giant with no history? I`m sure the promise of more money and a brand new 30,000 seat stadium that will house the 4,000 or so MK Dons 'fans' will have swung the deal in favour of the 'franchise'.

O`Hanlon joined Swindon from Everton after a successful loan spell and prospered under former Swindon manager Andy King. King made O`Hanlon his captain and Sean O` appeared never to look back. When Swindon got off to a bad start by losing 10 in a row last season, Andy King was sacked and O`Hanlon made it clear he thanked King for his success.

O`Hanlon, you may not be able to play tomorrow but rest assured, New Years Day 2007 the sold out away end full of Swindon fans will let you know exactly how they feel like so many before who have betrayed them.




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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Monday September 11 2006
Time: 5:50PM

Comments

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what a ***** ******** report franchise this and franchise that stick your opinion on franchise up your ass think your big and hard about going on about it all the time well your not you dnt have a clue what went on and you can go on about afc but there is still many fans who understood why the club had to move here and seano doing a 360 degrees turn dont think so m8t we will see tomorrow when we beat you with 8 first team players out injured and izale suspended MARTIN ALLENS MK ARMY 2-1 DONS and wycombe and lincoln to slip up so the mighty MKDONS go top of the league then we will see what you opinion on us is then
the rodge
11/09/2006 22:35:00
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Hmm someones cage is a little rattled with a bit honesty. It will take years before MK Donuts are accepted even if thet went on to win the Premiership so get used to it sunshine.
APG_STFC
12/09/2006 06:41:00
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ooooooo touchy! :)
STFC_Editor
12/09/2006 07:02:00
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Lets hear the excuses then rodge. You got the 2-1 bit right, just round the wrong way. You weren't the moron with that drum I hope were you.
APG_STFC
12/09/2006 23:08:00
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OK Rodge. I wouldn't say we are laughing but cue the excuses of "we had 8 first team players missing"
STFC_Editor
12/09/2006 23:15:00
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Beat us did you Uhummmmmmmmm. I THINK NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
red_gilly
13/09/2006 20:11:00
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