Date: 22nd February 2007 at 3:07pm
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Swindon Town midfielder Aaron Brown has today issued an apology to the Swindon fans following Tuesday night’s game at Barnet.

‘The initial incident was not aimed at the fans but at myself in frustration. I would like to apologise to anyone who has take any offence to what I said.

‘At the end of the game I went to take a corner and it went out of play. After that a fan tried to jump the barrier and said a few things – in retrospect I would not have reacted.

‘After a difficult time at the start of the season, which was down to my own actions, I would not put myself in that position again and once again apologise to the fans for any offence caused on Tuesday.

‘There was frustration amongst the fans because our first half performance was unacceptable. We weren’t good enough and the fans turned out in force at Barnet and we let them down.

‘This weekend will be an important game for us and hopefully now we can rally together and get promotion,’ Brown commented.

 

6 Replies to “Apology From Swindon’s Aaron Brown”

  • He has only apologised because sturrock has made him. He probably nearly choked having to say that and is just words. if he was sorry he would have made an apology after the game which was on TUESDAY it is now THURSDAY!!!. I am also disappointed in Sturrock he was quick enough to get rid of Fola who did nothing wrong but Brown who not so long ago made it clear he did not want to be here can get away with this and will still be allowed to play!!! I think he should be shown the door, as without the fans you won’t have a club.

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