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Watt Released? Joining Swindon?



It's thought that he is making way for the arrival of Dean Leacock and possibly Rehman to follow.

Other rumours suggest that he will be joining League 2 side Swindon Town.

Richard Duffy has also been rumoured to be joining us on loan as a replacement.

Hopefully we'll be able to confirm if there's any truth in these claims, but at the moment these are just rumours and nothing more.

It has to be said though that this is strange if true. Our defence has been the key area we've needed to strengthen over the Summer and after releasing one defender (Ricketts) we can't afford to lose another.

Check back soon for updates on this story.

You can check the forum here for any more rumours as well as many other discussions on the Swans.
The Journalist

Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 16 2006

Time: 6:39PM

 

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