Swindon 2-2 Orient: If you can’t beat 10 men you deserve to be relegated

With the play-offs looming, Brendan Hobbs decided to rest himself for today’s match report as Town’s draw with Leyton Orient ensured the visitor’s relegation. Like Mark Cooper, Brendan instead reached into his youth squad for a suitable replacement, thrusting his inexperienced 5-year old son Benjamin into the mix instead…

2015.05.03 Leyton Orient

5 comments

  • We are NEVER able to beat ten men, but we have lost just as many against 11 men.

    Still, I would rephrase your headline to the following:

    ‘If you can’t beat a Swindon Town reserve team ten men then you deserve to be relegated’.

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  • Thought we had 9 on the field? Or does Agombar now count as a footballer? Didn’t look like it yesterday.

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    • He’s your player, I don’t know how good he is, but you obviously don’t rate him.

      Either way we could not beat a Swindon reserve team with our first team. God help us if this is a sign for all of us at LOFC.

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  • I’m saddened to see that there is no picture of Harry Agombar blasting the ball in to the net after Orient’s second goal. A top drawer finish.

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