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Jailed drink-drive goalkeeper row

The mother of two boys killed in a car crash caused by former Plymouth goalkeeper Luke McCormick while he was drink-driving has said learning about his move to Swindon Town was "like being hit in the stomach". He is due to be freed next month.

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Chairman: Swindon move chance for McCormick to 'give something back'

Swindon Town's interim chairman Jeremy Wray said Luke McCormick's move to the club was a chance for the goalkeeper to "give something back".

Our view is that it is very easy to say that it's too difficult a subject to bother with. We debated it and came up with our view. We thought long and hard about it, and it has to be made clear that everybody's thoughts can only go to the family of those two young boys and their father who was badly injured.

Tragedy is a word used too often, but this was a tragedy and it can never be changed. He will live with what has happened every day of his life but he has the chance to give something back, to show the tragedies of drink-driving.

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