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Cheltenham Trip Sold Out

Swansea City have sold out their 1,800 ticket allocation for the trip to Cheltenham on Saturday.

The Swans contacted the Robins to try and get extra tickets but Cheltenham were unable to because of segregation issues.

Meanwhile, Cheltenham boss John Ward has ruled out a move for Kristian O'Leary. The midfielder had a successful loan spell at Whaddon Road at the end of last year.

Ward said: 'I am hoping to bring someone in but I don't think bringing Kristian back is an option.

'He has been suspended recently but before that he was back in their side and doing very well. Swansea are not going to part with a player who is in their first team.

'It looks like that is something I can't do anything about at the moment, regardless of how much I like him.'




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 30 2007

Time: 1:14PM

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Got mine, all set for a cracking atmosphere and hopefully 3 points
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quality can't wait for yeovil!!!
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