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Town Give Ritchie To Cherries, What A Joke.

Town Give Ritchie To Cherries, What A Joke.

Swindon Town have given AFC Bournemouth a late Christmas Present after it was confirmed that Matt Ritchie has left the club for a stupidly cheap amount of £500,000.

Town are six points off the top of League One with a game in hand mainly due to the play of Ritchie who has always rejected speculation of him leaving the club.

Earlier in the day Town were taken over by a consortium headed up by the owner of Banbury United. If this is their 'statement of intent', they can forget having my season ticket money next season.

I like most Swindon Town supporters am absolutely seething at the Moment and look forward to tomorrow when Paolo Di Canio tells the new un-ambitious Swindon Town board to do one.

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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Wednesday January 30 2013
Time: 8:45PM

Comments

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We never expected that, but thanks Swindon. good luck for the rest of the season. Hope it all works out OK for you.
DJD
30/01/2013 21:22:00
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Yeah thanks for your best player and good luck in the future
Cherries94
30/01/2013 21:42:00
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Cheers boys!
bournemouth_addy
31/01/2013 05:47:00
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