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Anthony McNamee's 'Time At Town'



Time at Town is back this month, but with a twist. October's interviewee was former Swindon, Watford, MK Dons and Norwich midfielder Anthony McNamee!

Anthony made his debut for the club in January 2008, leaving in January 2010. During his two years at the club, Macca played 73 times in the Football League for the Robins, with 3 goals to his name.

The twist with this interview, as mentioned earlier was the fact that the questions we put to Anthony all came from you guys, the Swindon fans via Twitter! So for those who asked a question, listen out for your twitter name and question!




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Date:Wednesday October 10 2012

Time: 4:33PM

 

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