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GET SHIRTY: Coaching Staff

GET SHIRTY: Coaching Staff

Purchase Saturday's edition of STFC Magazine and you could win a home shirt signed by Paul Sturrock, John BLackley and David Summerfield.

At each home game one lucky fan will one of the new, 125th anniversary replica home shirts, signed by the programmes cover star.

Simply pick up your copy of the programme on a matchday for your chance to win and turn to page 16. If the picture of the coaching staff has been signed by the coaching staff, Paul Sturrock, John Blackley and Kevin Summerfield, and stamped with the official Swindon Town logo you'll be leaving The County Ground with his shirt!

If you are the lucky winner please make yourself known to the nearest steward, and you will be presented with your prize on the pitch during the half-time break.

If you aren't lucky enough to win the signed shirt, don't despair; remember to get yourself a copy of the action packed STFC the next time you visit the County Ground for another chance to win a signed shirt.

STFC would like to thank Vital Swindon Town for kindly sponsoring this competition.


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

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday February 15 2007
Time: 11:14AM

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