Date: 1st May 2009 at 5:57am
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Gordon Greer is considering his future away from Doncaster Rovers after a successful loan spell at Swindon Town in the second half of the season.

Greer has quickly become a fans favourite at the County Ground and those amongst other clubs are said to be interesting the defender.

Speaking on BBC Radio Swindon Greer said ‘I’ve really enjoyed my time here; I’ve loved working with the manager here so we’ll see what happens.’

The 28 year olds contract runs out at Rovers in the summer and he`s admitted to already having offers from a number of Scottish clubs and League Two clubs.

Greer joined Rovers from Kilmarnock in 2007, after impressing start in his career at Rovers he suffered an injury that ruled him out for over twelve months. When he returned to full fitness he found himself only fifth or sixth choice for a central defensive role at the club.





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