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Maurice Malpas Named Swindon Boss

Maurice Malpas has officially been named manager of Swindon Town at a Press Conference this morning to confirm that the club now has new owners.

Andrew Fitton the new chairman of the club called it the 'worst kept secret in football,' however as expected, Maurice Malpas was named new manager of Swindon Town F.C.

Malpas will be joined by former caretaker boss David Byrne who will be the former Scottish International's number 2 man.






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Date:Tuesday January 15 2008

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