Scot Munroe ventured north on Saturday hoping to be rewarded with a Swindon victory over Accrington Stanley.
A long journey which paid off as we witnessed a Swindon away win, which as we know has been few and far between this season in League Two.
What we witnessed was a very astute, comfortable and professional performance. This was all against one of the division’s typical physical and strong sides, and away from home. Many including myself hadn’t been expecting such a fantastic result. Continue Reading
On Saturday League Two strugglers Hereford United were the visitors at the County Ground with the home side expected to record a comfortable victory. However, as we all know all too well, football is not that simple. Reports Andrew Steele-Davis.
Swindon were going into the game having just come off the back of an excellent midweek 2-1 victory over Exeter in the Johnston’s Paint Trophy, a welcome away win after the shambles that was Macclesfield a week earlier.Continue Reading
A fine 2-1 win in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy away at Exeter City last night.
Unfortunately there won’t be a match report on this game, so here are a few of your post match reactions to us on Twitter last night.Continue Reading
Swindon slumped to yet another away-day defeat at lowly Macclesfield, extending their wretched and unpredictable run of form away from the County Ground in the process reports Tom Otbrebski.
The performance at Moss Rose bore a striking resemblance to the showings at Cheltenham and Burton earlier on in the campaign: a tale of missed chances, a penalty that perhaps should have been awarded and, above all, frustration that they could not build on a convincing win in the previous fixture as they were outfoxed by a thoroughly average home side.