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Lee Power Wins Court Case Against McCrory

Lee Power Wins Court Case Against McCrory

A court today has ruled in favour of Lee Power and Power retains ownership of Swindon Town Football Club.

The club can now prepare for the forthcoming season having effectively stalled until the legal situation was sorted.

Ex-chairman Jed McCrory had tried to claim that he was still owner of the club, something Power refuted.

The court agreed with Power and now the ownership saga at the club has finally come to an end.

It is expected in the next few days that Town will announce loan signings from a Premier League club believed to be either Southampton or Liverpool.



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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Tuesday July 1 2014
Time: 10:23AM

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