Date: 30th June 2006 at 5:32pm
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Midfielder Curtis Weston has been re-united with former manager Dennis Wise by signing a one year contract at Swindon Town.

Weston was the youngest player ever to play in an FA Cup Final. Weston played in the FA Cup for Millwall against Manchester United in 2004.

Speaking of his latest signing Wise told Swindon Town’s official website, ‘I knew a lot about him as did Dave Tuttle. I invited him to come down and I let Gus have a look. He came back to me and we agreed that he was a good player, and I’m pleased.’

‘Even some of the older lads here seemed to be impressed by him but he is a young boy who will need looking after. He wants to work hard and he has potential,’

The signing will become official early next week pending Football League approval.

 

7 Replies to “Weston Re-joins Wise At Swindon”

  • what a surprise anothr player from millwall. Sounds like he could be one for the future.

  • I feel more optomistic now with the new regimes that Dennis is putting into place, just to see a team of fit players will be a vast improvement than last season.

  • I bet you have to buy a programme to put names to faces like me though. It has certainly stirred up some interest though. It will take time though, but I feel that the interest is certainly building up.

    Will Ronaldo have the guts to play in England again ??

  • I reckon Wooney will be gunning for him. Ronaldo won’t worry about that he thinks he is god’s gift.

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