- April 21, 2014
Another three points for Swindon Town at home to Bradford City just about kept Town in the race for the League One play-offs. However Ron Smith couldn’t watch most of the action so this is light on detail, but fortunately he didn’t miss much…
- April 21, 2014
The British Pathé have recently uploaded over 85,000 films onto YouTube. In amongst reports of days that shook the world and newsreels of the weird and wonderful of the early to mid-twentieth century, there are plenty of football videos and some covering Swindon and the town’s football club.
- April 19, 2014
Swindon Town made the journey to Northampton on Good Friday to face Coventry City. A late 2-1 victory was our reward, but further developments off-the-pitch proved to be a distraction as the battle for the ownership of Town continues. Writes Scott Keith.
- 3April 19, 2014
A further development in the ownership saga at Swindon was revealed on Good Friday with news that “three observer directors have been appointed to the club” by the Courts and Seebeck87 Ltd later stating they are the owners of the club, not Lee Power’s ‘Swinton Reds20′. Matt Arnold tries to make some sense of how the situation has arisen…
- April 18, 2014
It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. It was a great game wasn’t it? Maybe not
- April 17, 2014
Nathan and his younger brother Louis are two of Swindon Town’s brightest young prospects. With the younger Thompson emerging as a first team regular this season, Ron Smith takes a brief look back at their careers at the County Ground…
- 1April 13, 2014
Swindon Town entertained Brentford in game 42 of Sky Bet League One, with the visitors on the road to automatic promotion. Town manager Mark Cooper made four changes from their previous game against Carlisle, a 1-0 loss thanks to former transfer target Gary Madine. Matthew Peach was at the game to report on the action at the County Ground.
- April 11, 2014
It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. So here’s the thing. I got home from work at two in the morning, up two and a half hours later to start the seemingly never ending day that is Carlisle United away. Leaving Devon in the dark, there were internal questions regarding sanity and what the whatsits were we doing.
- April 10, 2014
8th placed Swindon Town were beaten at Carlisle United last weekend by a single goal. That defeat followed a season-best mini-run of three successive victories…
- 9April 9, 2014
Should David Peach enter the Hall of Shame? You can decide. But this isn’t just a yes or no decision on whether yet another of Town’s duffers enters this famed collection of crap, your vote will decide how deep the diarrhea actually is. Alex Cooke provides the options.