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Peacock: Lets Aim For The Final

Peacock: Lets Aim For The Final

Lee Peacock has told his Swindon Town team mates not to take the Johnstone's Paint Trophy too lightly. A trip to the final can bring some much needed financial help to the club.

Speaking to the press after training yesterday Peacock said, 'The competition has great memories for me. Winning it twice was fantastic and even losing the first time was a fantastic occasion.

'People do laugh about the competition but it is a great day out if you get to the final.

'It also brings a lot of money into the club, which could come in handy here.'

'Scoring in front of thousands of fans in the final for City was one of the best moments of my career and that shows what you can get out of taking the competition seriously.

'If we did get to the final I am sure we would take a massive following because we are so close to Wales.

'It would definitely be another memorable day.' Peacock finished.

The final will be held at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on Sunday 1st April 2007.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Tuesday October 17 2006
Time: 10:10AM

Comments

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be good for money and great for the club , a trip to Cardiff , nice day out don't you think ?
dazednconfuzed
17/10/2006 10:40:00
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Bit of a damp squib I find this - hardly inspires me - the risk of further injuries to an already depleted squad is not worth it, for a paint pot trophy.
APG_STFC
19/10/2006 06:27:00
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