Robins swoop for Barthram

Swindon have made former Tottenham defender Jack Barthram their first summer signing.

Last Updated: 25/06/13 at 16:21

Jack Barthram: Agreed a one-year contract

Jack Barthram: Agreed a one-year contract

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The teenager, who made one senior appearance for Spurs, has signed a one-year deal with Kevin MacDonald's men which includes the option of a further 12 months.

Barthram, who can play in either full-back position or in the middle of the field, had been a regular for Spurs' reserves before being released earlier this year.

"Swindon is a big chance for me and I am pleased to have everything sorted," Barthram told the club's official website.

"It's an exciting time. The training sessions have been good to far and I am looking forward to getting down to the season and playing games."

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