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Brown To Apolgize To Town Fans

Brown To Apolgize To Town Fans

Swindon Town manager has stated that Aaron Brown will be made to apologize to Swindon fans after his outburst towards the fans at Barnet Tuesday night.

Sturrock has told the former Bristol City man 'At 9:30 in the morning he's in my office' after he made gestures towards his own fans as well as using profane language toward them in the teams 1-0 loss at Barnet.

Sturrock went on to say that Brown had made some outrageous comments but so did the fans heckling him from the terrace.

Sturrock went on to say "He must understand these people pay his wages and he has to keep his mouth shut. I will make sure of that.

'I would expect him to make an immediate apology to the fanbase, that's the first and foremost thing'

This isn't the first time he has been on the receiving end of abuse from Swindon fans, Brown handed in a transfer request at the beginning of the season stating he did not want to play in League 2.

Sturrock concluded that 'I'll just slap him about a bit and make sure he doesn`t do it again.'

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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Thursday February 22 2007
Time: 8:13AM

Comments

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Slap him about a bit or write out a carefully worded apology for him!
bmb
23/02/2007 19:23:00
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Luggy said he slapped him about!
STFC_Editor
24/02/2007 10:46:00
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He should be slapped out of this club, the bloke is a disgrace. He never said sorry he said I apologise which for me means it was just lip service, if it wasn't for sturrock making him, Brown would not have apologised of his own back. When will he realise he is not bigger than this club. Arrogant pratt.
red_gilly
25/02/2007 21:34:00
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