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Andrew Fitton, Welcome To Swindon

Andrew Fitton, Welcome To Swindon

Vital Swindon Town would like to welcome Andrew Fitton and Jeremy Wray as new owners of Swindon Town Football Club.

Both are locally based and have a real desire to see this football club do well.

We can now move on and start thinking about football for once.

Vital Swindon Town would like to thank Andrew Fitton for saving our Football Club, I can assure you, you will get a fantastic welcome when you arrive at the County Ground Saturday.



Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Thursday December 20 2007
Time: 8:42PM

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Juast what I have been waiting to hear. Let the good times begin.
red_gilly
20/12/2007 21:17:00
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whos in charge down there now sturrock as left
mick66owl
20/12/2007 22:17:00
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martin ling shortly , well done mr fitton and thanks for saving the club . bring on hartlepool 3 points in the bag
lawz1981
21/12/2007 02:42:00
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I am sorry but I am still scpetical of this "deal" - why are the Wills' family still holding 20+ %???
Wellsy
21/12/2007 08:49:00
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Wellsy bet yer a bundle of laughs at Xmas - ba humbug... :-) Yes there are still questions unanswered but I think we can see light at the end of the tunnel.... we ain't got any other options, and it seems they are very keen on this deal, so lets go with the flow.
APG_STFC
21/12/2007 16:55:00
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The Wills family have nothing now.
STFC_Gazza
21/12/2007 17:39:00
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No, the Will still have 23% of the shares according to reports. I'm wondering what happens if the vendors do not meet the 'conditions' by 11th January
mandrossian
22/12/2007 13:52:00
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Wot about the Greek - is he still around.....
APG_STFC
22/12/2007 20:50:00
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So pleased to have someone who sounds like they know what they are doing and have ambition for the club taking over!!
red_gilly
22/12/2007 23:38:00
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