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Increase Swindon's Transfer Fund

Swindon Town fans have the chance to increase the clubs transfer fund by taking part in Coca Cola`s £10M giveaway.

With the all new Buy A Player promotion less than a week old, Coca-Cola is today delighted to announce that already fans from every single Football League and Scottish Premier League club have raised money towards their clubs' transfer fund for this summer.

The surprise early pacesetters in the massive £10 Million giveaway are League 1 high fliers Yeovil Town, who at 10am on Tuesday morning had amassed £103.

League 2 contenders MK Dons are second with £98.50, followed by Leeds United (£81) and Cardiff City (£80) of the Coca-Cola Championship, with Roy Keane's Sunderland in 5th place with £71.
With one in two packs guaranteed to feature a monetary prize for clubs, the transfer funds are rising every day. To see how all the clubs are faring so far, fans simply need to go on to www.coca-cola.co.uk/football.



To enter, fans simply need to purchase a promotional bottle or multipack of Coca-Cola or Coke Zero and text in the unique code found on to 80094 or enter it at www.coca-cola.co.uk/football.
Upon entering, fans will find out instantly if they are winners of money for their club Prizes range from 50p all the way up to £100,000 and winners of the £100,000 prizes will also win a personal cash prize of £10,000.

Everyone entering the Buy A Player promotion up until February 7th will also be automatically entered into a separate draw for £250,000. The winner will be announced live on Soccer AM on Saturday 10th February 2007.


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

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday January 25 2007
Time: 11:52AM

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Wow £103, think what Yeovil could buy with that!!!!
Wellsy
25/01/2007 14:17:00
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