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Harry Agombar Signs For Swindon Town

Swindon Town have signed midfielder Harry Agombar on a free transfer according to the players Twitter account.

Agombar spent last season at Conference side Macclesfield.

Prior to his stint at Macclesfield, the midfielder had attracted the interest of West Ham and Partizan but nothing came to it.

Agombar also spent time at Floriana, Histon and Grays Athletic.

The midfielder began his career at Arsenal and Spurs before joining Floriana.

Agombar becomes Kevin MacDonald's third summer signing following the arrivals of Jack Barthram and Alex Smith.




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Date:Friday June 28 2013

Time: 11:27AM

 

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