Date: 20th June 2010 at 1:47pm
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As far as actual transfer activity is concerned, it has been a quiet week. Although if the whispers are true then Danny Wilson has been busy trying to secure several signings for next week.

Stockport County duo Michael Rose and Johnny Mullins have been linked as has departing Colchester United midfielder David Prutton.

Meanwhile, continued interest for Swindon Town forward Charlie Austin has been ended by chairman Andrew Fitton at every available opportunity! As has Brighton and Hove Albion’s rumoured pursuit of team captain Gordon Greer. The future of former Town youth player Lloyd Macklin has yet to be confirmed by the club.

Also, news on as to whether Craig Easton, Michael Timlin and Mark Scott have agreed new terms have yet to be announced.

TRANSFERS

IN

Billy Bodin (Signed Pro Contract)
Will Evans (Signed Pro Contract)

OUT

Matty Barnes (Released)
Kurt Hammonds (Released)
Mark Marshall (Released

Alex Henshall (Manchester City)
Billy Paynter (Free – Leeds United)

Stephen Darby (Loan Return)
Simon Ferry (Loan Return)
Frank Nouble (Loan Return)
Alan Sheehan (Loan Return)
Danny Ward (Loan Return)

SWINDON TOWN F.C. SQUAD 2010/11
(age in brackets)

Goalkeepers

Jakub Jesionkowski (21)
David Lucas (32)
Mark Scott (19)
Phil Smith (30)

Defenders

Kevin Amankwaah (28)
Scott Cuthbert (23)
Gordon Greer (29)
Will Evans (18)
Lescinel Jean-Francois (23)
Callum Kennedy (20)
Sean Morrison (19)
Nathan Thompson (19)

Midfielders

Jonathan Douglas (28)
Craig Easton (31)
Jon-Paul McGovern (29)
Alan O’Brien (25)
Michael Timlin (25)

Forwards

Charlie Austin (20)
Billy Bodin (18)
Vincent Pericard (27)

Coaching Staff

Danny Wilson (Manager)
Peter Shirtliff (Assistant Manager)
David Byrne (Head of Player Development)
George Wood (Goalkeeping Coach)

Dick Mackey (Physio)
David Morrison (Fitness & Conditioning Coach)

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