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Sturrock To Quit Swindon Today

Sturrock To Quit Swindon Today

Paul Sturrock is holding a lunchtime meeting where it is expected that Swindon Town and Sturrock will finalise the finer details of Sturrock`s release from Swindon Town according to BBC Swindon.

It seems all but certain that Paul Sturrock will not be manager of Swindon Town after today and it is rumoured he has already said goodbye to the playing squad.

After Sturrock`s release it is expected that Plymouth Argyle will announce a press conference for tomorrow where Sturrock will be unveiled as new manager after the departure of Ian Holloway last week.

Sturrock`s departure will be a huge huge loss for Swindon. Sturrock has been the best manager at Swindon since Glenn Hoddle and one of the most popular managers in recent time.

Goodbye Luggy and Good Luck.

Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Monday November 26 2007
Time: 11:49AM

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We were guted when we lost Hollaway but we are doing to Swindon what Leicester did to us. Its the way football seems to be It will be our fifth management change in 5 years.
miked_joker
26/11/2007 13:56:00
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Lou Macari is our messiah -don't know if we 'd gamble a second time around though - things change over time - good luck if it comes about for you with PS
APG_STFC
26/11/2007 17:42:00
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cant help feeling bitter towards ps but at the same time cant blame him , look at all the s@#t he has had to put up with .
lawz1981
26/11/2007 19:54:00
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