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DO DO DO Bye Bye Onibuje

Swindon Town Striker Fola Onibuje has left the club and joined League One side Brentford on loan for two months.

Onibuje has been a fan favourite since his arrival from Conference side Cambridge United in the summer. Fola has lightening fast speed but ahs not been able to hold down a place in the first team.

Onibuje originally signed a three month contract under then manager Dennis Wise, however new manager Paul Sturrock has obviously found the tall striker to be surplus to requirements at the County Ground.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday November 10 2006
Time: 11:22AM

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Comments

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don't make sense as sturrock says he ain't good enough for us, league 2 but he's good enough for league one, ummmm!!!!!!!!!
red_gilly
10/11/2006 18:54:00
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He has potential but lacks I feel consistency, does a lot of running with not much acheived.
APG_STFC
10/11/2006 19:36:00
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Sturrock plays a certain type of football. Fola has bags of pace but his control leaves something to be desired
STFC_Editor
11/11/2006 09:30:00
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still don't think he was given a faie chance Sturrock originally said that they all had one game to impress. I wish Fola luck and hopefully he may gone on and prove people wrong and start scoring.
red_gilly
11/11/2006 18:23:00
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