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1 Anton Rodgers Swindon are close to sealing a move for Anton Rodgers, the son of Liverpool manager Brendan.The 21-year-old is currently without a club after leaving Oldham earlier this summer and has been on trial with the west country side.Rodgers featured in Swindon’s 5-2 win against Petersfield and it is understood that he is set for a permanent contract.Swindon will become the fourth club of the midfielder’s career after his spells at Brighton and Exeter before Oldham last term.