Date: 22nd January 2008 at 1:16pm
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Swindon Town striker/midfielder Andy Caton has been released from the club it has been confirmed.

Caton who had a bright career ahead of him after scoring against Wrexham in his senior debut during the 2004/05 season, suffered several injury set-backs in his career at Town and new boss Maurice Malpas decided it was time for Caton to find somewhere else to play his football.

Caton`s last senior appearance for Town came under former boss Dennis Wise last season before suffering from injuries once again.

Caton`s last goal for Swindon was against Chippenham Town in the Wiltshire Premier Shield last month.

 

2 Replies to “Andy Caton Released By Swindon”

  • I thought he had been given a stay of execution!!
    Yet another rubbish youth player that promised so much but yet delivered so little. Aside from Tozer and a couple of others, all we have produced in the youth set-up is rubbish – for sooo many years now.

  • He looked good because he is good. Malpas is making a mistake by releasing him and Sturrock was very unprofessional by refusing to even talk to him.

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