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Posted 27 May 2014 - 11:10 PM

<p>New Dons signing Steve Snitch spoke to the official website about his move to the Dons.</p>
<p>The forward signed for the Dons a fortnight ago and came off the bench to make his debut in the 40-10 victory over Rochdale Hornets.</p>
<p>Snitch admitted he had planned to retire, following his spell at Australian outfit Northern Pride last year, however had a change of heart.</p>
<p>He said: &ldquo;I was sat at home doing nothing, I had it in my head that I probably wasn&rsquo;t going to play again, I wasn&rsquo;t that fussed really, but then I started really missing it.&rdquo;&nbsp;</p>
<p>"I gave Paul Cooke a ring and said I am itching for a game, he spoke to me before I came back from Australia and said he would be interested in signing me, so I said if you are still interested I want to come down and he said yes.</p>
<p>"I have trained with the boys for a couple of weeks and played against Rochdale, I am just really pleased.</p>
<p>"It is a real tight knit bunch of lads, a few of them have been together for quite a few years."</p>
<p>Snitch admitted there is still a lot of training for himself ahead, but was delighted with how the team have greeted his arrival.</p>
<p>"At the moment I am just going to concentrate on getting fit because I need to get a lot fitter and try and blend in with the boys, get to know them a bit better and hopefully I should be okay in a few weeks," said Snitch.</p>
<p>"All the lads have been really welcoming, they are a great bunch, everyone has come to me and talked to me.</p>
<p>"I was a bit nervous at first obviously coming to a new team, but they have all made me feel really welcome."</p>

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