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Klindt returns to Swindon team for one night only

Swindon Advertiser: Nicolai Klindt Nicolai Klindt

FORMER Robin Nicolai Klindt will return to the Swindon team for Thursday’s clash with Leicester as a guest for Nick Morris.

Aussie Morris is riding in the Premier League Knockout Cup for Somerset against Ipswich, a meeting which takes priority due to the fact the Robins’ clash with the Lions has been rearranged after it was called off two weeks ago.

Klindt was let go by boss Alun Rossiter earlier in the season and replaced by Dakota North but, having since impressed with Scunthorpe in the Premier League and finished second in the opening round of the Danish Championship, he will now have a chance to prove himself again at Elite League level.

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12:52pm Tue 3 Jun 14

archeroo says...

no disrespect to Nik but can someone from the club please explan why we are replaceing a 6 point rider with a 4 point rider in a very important fixture?? We have gven away 2 points on the averages and once again appear to be taking the easiest option. Well i think i will take the easiest option too and will stay at home an will keep my money in my pocket. If this promotion wants people to come through the door PROMOTE! stop short changing supporters and put out as good a team as they can!
no disrespect to Nik but can someone from the club please explan why we are replaceing a 6 point rider with a 4 point rider in a very important fixture?? We have gven away 2 points on the averages and once again appear to be taking the easiest option. Well i think i will take the easiest option too and will stay at home an will keep my money in my pocket. If this promotion wants people to come through the door PROMOTE! stop short changing supporters and put out as good a team as they can! archeroo
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4:48pm Wed 4 Jun 14

mikeinwanborough says...

On a linked note, we had a rain off against Birmingham for which we have a readmission ticket. We were told we could use this for reduced admission for another meeting in May. All bar one of these meetings was cancelled, and that one was cut short by rain, and if you were sensible, you bought your ticket for £10 in advance as part of the SKY offer in any case. When are the club going to announce how long the readmission ticket is valid for, and in fact, why should there be a time limit on this? I have paid £17 and have not seen a full meeting, so surely I should decide when to use my readmission ticket at a time convenient to me. The Birmingham fans will not have traveled down to watch Swindon v Belle Vue just to use their ticket up, so presumably, their tickets are valid for the re-staging?
On a linked note, we had a rain off against Birmingham for which we have a readmission ticket. We were told we could use this for reduced admission for another meeting in May. All bar one of these meetings was cancelled, and that one was cut short by rain, and if you were sensible, you bought your ticket for £10 in advance as part of the SKY offer in any case. When are the club going to announce how long the readmission ticket is valid for, and in fact, why should there be a time limit on this? I have paid £17 and have not seen a full meeting, so surely I should decide when to use my readmission ticket at a time convenient to me. The Birmingham fans will not have traveled down to watch Swindon v Belle Vue just to use their ticket up, so presumably, their tickets are valid for the re-staging? mikeinwanborough
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