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Swindon Town To Make Statement

Swindon Town To Make Statement

Swindon Town director Bob Holt is due to make a statement on behalf of Swindon Town F.C this evening.

The clubs expected takeover by Andrew Fitton has fallen through leaving the club riddled with debts owing to a CVA and the Inland Revenue. Due to the takeover falling through the future of the club is in question again..

The club are expected to make a statement this evening which will likely outline the future plans for the club as well as give their reasons for the collapse of talks.

Vital Swindon Town will keep all fans up to date with the latest developments of this upsetting story.




Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Thursday December 6 2007
Time: 2:42PM

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