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Branco Signs New Swindon Contract

Swindon Town have finally made a signing this summer by re-signing defender Raphael Rossi-Branco to a new one year deal.

As it stands Branco is set to play at centre back alongside captain Darren Ward as the club has no other cover at the position at the moment.

Branco was either really good or really bad last season so let's hope Branco can come up with the goods this season when it matters.




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Date:Tuesday July 1 2014

Time: 6:10AM

 

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