appearance for Swindon Town at the end of October.thRaphael Rossi-Branco declared himself a proud man after clocking up his 100
The popular Brazilian made it a century of games for the Reds during the defeat away at Scunthorpe United last month and stated that the club will always have a place in his heart.
appearances for this club,” the big defender told swindontownfc.co.uk.th“I was very pleased to have made my 100
“This is a club where I’ve learnt a lot and the club has given me everything. It has given me the opportunity to become a professional footballer in England and I’m thankful for everything.
“I’m really pleased to have played 100 games for this club.
“I love this club and everything that happens at this club affects me – Swindon Town are always going to be in my heart.”
Rossi-Branco also provided his thoughts on tomorrow’s Sky Bet League One encounter against Charlton Athletic and pitting his wits against former team-mate, Nicky Ajose.
“We are playing against a big club tomorrow and hopefully we can start the game really well because it is not going to be easy,” he added.
‘Charlton have been in good form recently but hopefully tomorrow everyone knows what to do and we can get the win.
“It is just another game of football for us and things won’t be different because it’s on Sky Sports.
“I know Nicky Ajose really well and he’s a goalscorer, if you give him a chance then he’s going to score.
“We need to be 100% focused, 100% concentrated and don’t let him free in the box otherwise he’s going to score.
“He’s a quality player and everyone at this club knows what he can do.”