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John Hills The Reliant Robin?

Swindon Town are considering making a move for John Hills and have invited him to train with the squad, provided that he has recovered from a long standing ankle problem.

Manager Maurice Malpas told BBC Radio Swindon:

" If he's fit enough to do ball work and take part in some games he'll come next week. "

Hills is not without his admirers with Plymouth Argyle, managed by his former Sheffield Wednesday boss Paul Sturrock, and Oldham Athletic among a number of clubs interested in signing the 30 year old defender.




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Date:Thursday July 17 2008

Time: 8:42PM

 

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