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Williams To Return To Action

Swindon Town joint-caretaker manager Ady Williams will return to action for Swindon Town as the reserves take on Cheltenham Town according to the official STFC Website.

Williams has been out of action since Town's clash against Lincoln City in League Two last season and has finally gotten over a knee operation.

Town's defence is suffering from an injury crisis at the moment and Williams return will certainly be welcome.

Should Williams feature for the first team, expect David Byrne to be the man in charge of the first team on match days.

Williams was caretaker manager last season at Swindon after the departure of Dennis Wise and admitted that managing and playing did not mix well together and would do one or the other.




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Writer: Aaron Hughes Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday November 26 2007

Time: 8:05PM

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All hands to the pumps times - be glad when the dust settles....
APG_STFC
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26/11/2007 20:10:00

Me too. We need to get on with it now.
STFC_Gazza
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26/11/2007 20:26:00

nice to see him finally back
lawz1981
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27/11/2007 20:02:00

 

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