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Swindon Town 2014/15 Review – Player of the Season

2014-15 Player of the Season

In the final part of our 2014/15 season review, five writers give their verdict on the player of the season and we ask for your vote on their nominations… David Squires @squires_david Player of the season – I’m based a long way from The County Ground, so can only base this on match reports, YouTube clips, staying up late for the occasional live commentary and the rare occasions that Swindon

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Washbag Podcast: Episode 40 – Massimo Luon-didn’t-go

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Episode #40 of TheWashbag.com Swindon Town FC Podcast is now available to download… Host Ron Smith is joined by Sam Morshead (Joint Sports Editor at Swindon Link Sport) with regular contributors Daniel Hunt and Iain Watkins. The four discuss the haunted figure of a defeated Danny Wilson on the County Ground touchline in Town’s 2-0 victory over Barnsley; an Asian Cup

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MK Dons 2-1 Swindon: Promotion rival provides Town with Halloween scare

2014.11.01 MK Dons

Two Milton Keynes goals in eight second half minutes from Dele Ali and Anthony Kay were enough for the ‘Dons’ to snuff out a resolute Swindon Town side at Stadium MK. The resurgent Jon Obika gave Town a 6th minute lead but our hosts were the better side over 90 minutes – only some late heroics from Wes Foderingham and the Swindon defence keeping the goals conceded down to two, writes Daniel Hunt.

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Washbag Podcast: Episode 36 – Things are going well, for once..

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Episode #36 of TheWashbag.com Swindon Town FC Podcast is now available to download… Host Ron Smith is joined by a panel of four guests to discuss latest events at the County Ground – Link Sport’s Sam Morshead, Alex Cooke, Daniel Hunt and Iain Watkins. With no game this weekend and a welcome break, the five review the opening two months to Town’s

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Barnsley 0-3 Swindon Town: Cooper’s Kids Can Achieve…

2014.09.27 Barnsley

‘Cooper’s Kids’ demolished ‘Wilson’s Workmanlike’ Barnsley with a clinical second half display at Oakwell. Record seeker Jonathan Obika, the oldest Swindon starter at 24 years old, was forced off with a shoulder injury after 19 minutes but we needn’t have worried as the excellent Nathan Byrne bagged himself a goal and an assist to set up the comfortable 3-0 Town win, writes Daniel Hunt.

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