Former Yeovil Town striker Andy Williams has given out probably the strongest hint yet, that he knows who he is going to be playing for next season. The 25 year old has already turned down the offer of a new deal at Huish Park, and thus has departed the club as a free agent.
The main club on the rumourmill has been Swindon Town, with suggestions that they had offered him a package worth £5,000 per week for him to play for them. Other clubs such as Rotherham United have also been mentioned on the grapevine, although without any media being prepared to name him in connection with those clubs.
Born in Hereford, Andy is understood to still have family in the city. In a 'farewell' message given to the club's website, Williams states that his new club will be closer to home than Yeovil is:
"The opportunity to be at a club closer to my family certainly played a part in the decision making process."
Given the relative lack of Football League sides in the Hereford area, and doubtless him being unlikely to want to drop any lower than his current level, newly promoted Swindon Town would be the best fit by a mile. As yet, the Wiltshire press haven't made any suggestions at their end that the Robins are sat on the deal, but there are few other possibilities that would fit Willo's words.
Link: Andy Williams : Yeovil Town Statistics.
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