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Town To Get £500,000 For Luggy

Town To Get £500,000 For Luggy

Swindon Town have confirmed the departure of their management trio to Plymouth Argyle.

The Swindon Advertiser has revealed that the club will likely received a £500,000 compensation payment from Plymouth for Paul Sturrock, Kevin Summerfield and John Blackley.

Argyle will hold a press conference at 1pm this afternoon to confirm Sturrock as their new manager.

Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Tuesday November 27 2007
Time: 7:52AM

Comments

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does nt really matter we got 300,000 for wise and poyet and what happened to that ?
lawz1981
27/11/2007 08:08:00
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better than nothing ain't it ? help to pay off some creditor somewhere in the queue.....
APG_STFC
27/11/2007 09:04:00
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It'll pay part of the CVA for a start - just £400,000 to go..... Sorry, it will probably get lost in the Wills' finances somewhere!!
Wellsy
27/11/2007 12:25:00
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Thats a bit harsh. The Wills have lost money over the years by backing Swindon, and digging us out of many a hole. Them pocketing the cash would be a partial recompensation. I'm not saying they managed finances well whilst in charge, but they clearly havent made anything from the club
mandrossian
27/11/2007 19:01:00
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should have got alot more comp than that IMO
red_gilly
27/11/2007 20:24:00
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I refuse to believe that the Wills' family have ever made a "loss" from the club - I am sure it has been more than covered by the shareholder dividends.
Wellsy
28/11/2007 10:24:00
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