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12 July 2007 : Lindy Makes Cheltenham Switch
Former Yeovil Town player Andy Lindegaard has now been officially confirmed as a Cheltenham Town signing. He has verbally agreed a two year contract at Whaddon Road after being released by the Glovers over the summer, and the move will allow him to continue to play at League One level.

Speaking to their official site, Robins manager John Ward said of the deal:

"I'm really pleased that we are able to add Andy to our squad. He is a player with plenty of experience at this level having played nearly 200 first team games for Yeovil. Andy is also an adaptable player who can play at full-back or in midfield and that is important to us. His character is also one that will fit in with the players we have here already. At 26 he is a good age and we are looking forward to working with him over the next two years."

The very best of luck to Andy in settling in at Cheltenham, and in 44 out of his forthcoming 46 league games this season.

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