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Four things we learnt from Swindon v Stevenage

Alex Cooke gives us a quick run-down of Kevin MacDonald’s adjustments to Swindon’s set up. Swindon 3 v Stevenage 0 wasn’t a game which swung on a tactical innovation or an adjustment in formation, Town were mostly the superior team, individually and numerically. And although Stevenage manager Graham Westley switched systems time and again, adjusting his increasingly brutal and isolated

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Swindon Town 3 Stevenage 0: Get Ready for the Play Offs…

Swindon Town mathematically secured their position in the League One play-off positions with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Stevenage in the Wiltshire sunshine. Two Aden Flint goals sandwiched between a Gary Roberts strike and a red card for Dani Lopez ensured Swindon saw off a physical Stevenage side with very little to play for, writes Lee Clark. Prior to the

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Sheffield United 2 Swindon 0: Town on verge of losing play-off place

Rejuvenated by the departure of former Swindon manager Danny Wilson, Sheffield United deservedly took all three points to all but book their play-off place and leave Town anxiously looking over their shoulder at the chasing pack from 6th position in League One. The Blades are a bullying, bruising team and they quite simply battered Swindon in a breathless first-half display that

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MK Dons 2 Swindon Town 0: Automatic promotion hopes all but gone…

Swindon travelled to Milton Keynes for a rearranged League One game hoping a first victory in three games would put Town back into the automatic promotion race. In the end it wasn’t to be and Richard Banyard was there to witness a 2-0 defeat… Before the game yesterday, in some ways this game reminded me of the Southampton match when we were

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Doncaster Rovers 1 Swindon 0: Town’s automatic promotion hopes fade

Swindon couldn’t make it into the top two as they went down to a 1-0 defeat against top of the table Doncaster. Adam Johnson watched the game from his recliner… Thank you Sky for showing our game on TV, but sorry to anyone who watched it and wasn’t a fan of Swindon or Doncaster. In a game billed as ‘must win’ Swindon were outplayed and

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Swindon 1 Preston 1: Time to let the football do the talking…

A Swindon Town comeback secured a 1-1 draw against Preston, in the first match under Jed McCrory’s consortium and without Paolo Di Canio and his backroom staff. Writes Matt Davies. What a week we have had, top of League One, no management staff and we have new owners. This weekend’s fixture was a great chance for Town to stay at the top

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