Following his release from prison, Swindon Town offered him the opportunity to train at the club as part of his rehabilitation. The club made it clear from the outset that a full time professional contract would not be on offer for some considerable time, if at all.
Now that the league season has got underway and with Paolo Di Canio wishing to focus all of his attention on his first team squad, the opportunities for Luke to continue training would be restricted to the Youth & Development squad. Having considered this as an option, along with embarking upon his community project, McCormick took the decision to explore other possible options and the club wishes him well with this endeavour.
Commenting on his decision McCormick stated: “I shall be forever grateful to Swindon Town FC for holding out a hand of friendship and offering me an early opportunity to re-integrate into society, following my release from prison.
“My time at Swindon Town was an important stepping stone on the journey and I would now like to move forward in an attempt to re-establish a career in football, in addition to working within the community, alerting people as to the stupidity and dangers of drinking and driving.”