NEW SIGNINGS: Swindon Town winger Marshall ‘Too good’ for the Cherries

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Eddie Howe was spurned at the eleventh hour in his attempt to bring in three new signings.

The move of Weymouth duo Beavon and Robinson broke down as the new owners of the club decided they wished to keep them. Not a problem.

However, it seems Swindon Town winger Mark Marshall has turned down a loan move to the Cherries. A one month deal had been agreed with Swindon boss Danny Wilson for the former Eastleigh winger.

Not sure why but it seems he thinks he’s too good for a struggling League Two team. Well he can’t get in a struggling League One side and they weren’t deducted 17 points at the start of the season. It was only last season he was playing non-league football. Perhaps he’s not as good as he likes to think he is. A spell at the Cherries might put his career in perspective. Anyway, don’t want him now, he can f**k off.

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