Swindon Town's new manager Kevin MacDonald says he "cannot wait to get cracking" following his appointment. The 52-year-old has been a coach at Aston Villa, and was caretaker manager of the club for eight games in 2010 after Martin O'Neill's departure.
The Club is in a good position in League One but the players and everyone connected with the team now have to apply themselves to achieve the best possible finish to this season and beyond.
MacDonald will be introduced to the media after training on Friday at The County Ground.
Read the full statement from Kevin MacDonald on the Swindon Town FC website.
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