Tag Archives: Nicky Ajose

Swindon Town 2-1 Peterborough Utd – Episode VI: Return of the Ranger

Nile Ranger Celebration

Swindon Town finally had a chance to kick off 2014 by entertaining Peterborough United at the County Ground. After collecting four points from three games over a rather testing Christmas period, Swindon would be hoping they could pick up the perfect delayed New Year present for the Town faithful, as Matthew Peach reports. As the team news came out, many

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STFC Player of the Month Result: December

Player of the Month

Our TheWashbag.com Index calculates the Swindon Town Player of the Month by assessing the key statistics from all league and cup matches. The December result is in… Nicky Ajose returns to parent club Peterborough having secured our December player of the month award. The forward has been awarded with 21 points after scoring the equaliser in the JPT tie with Stevenage;

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January departures, arrivals and a LIverpool link for Swindon?


The January transfer window is usually a panic-filled month for Swindon Town fans. Recent January transfer windows have seen key players such as Charlie Austin and Matt Ritchie depart the County Ground and it looks like further departures are likely this year, but also we should expect some arrivals… Writes Calvin Hothi. The departures..? Alex Pritchard – Midfielder The Spurs

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Bradford City 1-1 Swindon Town: Was this Pritchard’s final goal for Town?

Alex Pritchard

The Alex Pritchard show may be entering its final series at Swindon Town but with such stellar performances over the Christmas period, which Town fan in their right mind could begrudge him a switch to the Championship in January? Writes Daniel Hunt. Where the on loan Tottenham youngster was denied several times by his former youth team-mate David Button at

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Brentford 3-2 Swindon Town: The Bees pack the punch on Boxing Day

Brentford football ground, griffin park

On a day with which the phrase “cold turkey” is synonymous, Swindon Town made themselves look like a team of the festive birds as they were unable to capitalise on a bright start and ended up being Brentford’s boxing day lunch. Writes Jonny Leighfield. Mark Cooper made two changes to his starting line up by reintroducing Nathan Thompson to his

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