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BREAKING: Town Splash Out To Bring In Woolery

Reds Secure Services Of Talented Frontman

7 August 2017

Swindon Town have made a huge statement of intent with the signing of Kaiyne Woolery for a fee of £350,000 from Wigan Athletic.

The striker has agreed to terms on a three-year contract at The County Ground, subject to EFL & FA approval.

Blessed with sheer natural pace and an eye for goal, Woolery is a huge signing for the football club and highlights’ the Reds ambition to secure an immediate return to the Sky Bet League One.

Speaking exclusively to iFollow Town shortly after clinching a move to SN1, the 22-year-old revealed his joy at getting the move over the line and he outlined his aims for this season.

“I’m delighted to sign for such a big club,” he said.

“It has been going on for a few weeks now so I’m just happy to have got it all sorted.

“The biggest attraction for me was how much the manager wanted me. He’s been calling me a lot and he came up to see me.

“I’m delighted to sign for such a big club. It has been going on for a few weeks now so I’m just happy to have got it all sorted."

Kaiyne Woolery

“He told me his plans and how I fit into his plans and that really attracted me.

“I got a promotion last year and I came here to get another one.”

Woolery enjoyed a productive loan spell with Forest Green Rovers last season, netting 13 goals including a brace in the National League Play-Off Final.

Having also been at Bolton Wanderers, Woolery is a player Dave Flitcroft has watched a lot and the Town gaffer was thrilled to finally get his man.

“We’ve tracked him for so long and what I felt the team needed is a cutting edge and outstanding raw pace,” he said.

“Kaiyne is different to the players we’ve got already across the front-line and he was our number one target. We’ve finally got our man over the line.”

Dave Flitcroft

“Kaiyne will bring that in abundance and a hell of a lot of work has gone into this transfer.

“I can only thank the Chairman for the commitment he’s shown to me as a manager and to the football club.

“Kaiyne is different to the players we’ve got already across the front-line and he was our number one target.

“We’ve finally got our man over the line.”

There will be full reaction from both Kaiyne Woolery and Dave Flitcroft, including video interviews, throughout tonight. 


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