Date: 4th October 2015 at 2:27pm
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Swindon Town striker Jordan Stewart’s Town career appears to be over.

The striker who was keen to make his mark in English football has struggled with homesickness and has spent time back in Northern Ireland.

At the time of his £50,000 move from Glentoran, Stewart had said his move to Swindon Town was a dream come true after failed trials at Peterborough and Middlesbrough.

Stewart’s Dad has come to Swindon to try and help Stewart settle in Swindon.

Town boss Mark Cooper said that despite having a fatherly chat with the player, Stewart has once again returned home to Northern Ireland and his Swindon Town career is likely over before it even started now.

Cooper told the press after the 1-0 defeat to Blackpool, “He`s homesick. He came back for a couple of days and he`s gone back again, so I think that will be the end of it now.

Cooper went on to say that the club won’t release the player from his contract and will hold on to his registration as the club had paid money for him

The only way Stewart would be able to leave the club is to go out on loan or for another club to pay the fee that the club had paid for the player in the first place.

Cooper went on to say, “It is frustrating but if his head isn`t right then there`s not a lot we can do about it.”