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Swans To Sign Young Striker

Swansea City are set to sign 15 year-old trainee Matthew Wright.

The striker was released by Championship side Plymouth in February and has attracted a lot of interest since from clubs such as Southampton, Bristol Rovers and Swindon.

Wright opted to join the Swans however because of ''the way the club is run'' his mum explained.

The 6ft 3in striker will start a 2-year scholarship with Swansea on June 30th.

His mother told the Herald:

'Swansea have set him a physical exercise regime of running, swimming and weights and he's been doing that every day.

'He can't wait for the season to start.'





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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 21 2007

Time: 5:55PM

Your Comments

Nice to see we are attracting young talent, I have been v impressed with RM so far. Looking forward to next season.
barrydoom
Hopefully he will progress as a trainee and become a future first teamer.
willow
Nice to see the club making a good impression on the youngsters!
g4nty
6ft 3 at 15....I was more like 3ft 6 lol Good to see your club are looking and giving a chance to the youngsters
Ed Junior
Sounds very good and only 15 years old.
pandapops
 

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