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Andy Williams

Number 10

D.O.B.

14/8/1986

Birthplace

Hereford, England

Height

6'2

Position

Striker

Signed

18/6/2012

Fee

Free

Former Clubs

Hereford United, Bristol Rovers, Yeovil Town, Yeovil Town (Loan)

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Striker Andy Williams signed for Swindon Town after rejecting a new contract at League One side Yeovil Town.

Williams went back on loan to Yeovil Town during the 2013/14 season after Yeovil secured promotion to the Sky Bet Championship. Another reason for Williams' departure was as a cost cutting measure.

Williams returned to Swindon in November 2013 after suffering a cruciate ligament injury and will miss the remainder of the 2013/14 campaign.

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