Date: 10th July 2006 at 8:33pm
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Have you been wandering what happened to members of last years squad? Well we have some answers for you.

Andy King
Is scouting for Scottish Side Dundee after failing to land the Grays Athletic managers job.

Stefani Miglioranzi
A firm fan favourite at Swindon but his performances dropped after best friend Rory Fallon was sold to Swansea last season. Is training with Major League Soccers LA Galaxy after recently getting married in his native United States in the summer

Matt Bulman
Made one appearance in the FA Cup replay against Boston but failed to earn a new contract at the club. Was released at the end of last season and has yet to get a chance anywhere else.

Tony Thorpe
Was rumoured to be on trial at League 2 side Wrexham however we have nothing that proves this to us. Was hailed as a major signing last season along with Jamie Cureton to replace the departed Sam Parkin but only scored one goal during his time in Wiltshire and was gone by mid season.

Steve Jenkins
Was released after being told by new boss Dennis Wise that he did not fit into their plans. Has been in touch with a few clubs but has yet to agree a contract.

Nicky Nicolau
Is currently on trial with League 2 side Barnet after failing to impress last season at Swindon, was sent on loan after a hernia operation last season to newly promoted Hereford United and was never seen at Swindon again.

Kyle Lapham
Played for Swindon’s first team under former boss Andy King but was not given a chance under Iffy Onuora. Has recently hired an agent but has yet to be offered a contract or trial with any club.

Paul Smith
Currently on trial at Brentford after being told by Dennis Wise his contract would not be re-newed. Swindon appeared to play better whenever Smith played, however the former Gillingham Captain was told he was surplus to requirements at the County Ground.

Trevor Benjamin
Barry Fry told the Peterborough Evening Telegraph that Colchester United have enquired about taking Benjamin on loan this season although The Posh would prefer any deal for Benjamin to be permanent as it would be a big earner off the wage bill.