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Coventry City 1 Swindon 2: The perfect start for MacDonald

Swindon returned to winning ways with an accomplished performance over play-off chasing Coventry in what was newly appointed manager Kevin MacDonald’s first game, writes Lee Clark. Darren Ward’s 90 minute winner capped a remarkable comeback in the space of 5 minutes, after Coventry midfielder Franck Moussa had fired the home team into the lead within just 64 seconds. 3,000 Swindon

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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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Tranmere Rovers 1 Swindon Town 3: Table toppers find unity through adversity

Town moved top of League One for the first time in over ten years with victory over Tranmere Rovers, writes Daniel Hunt. Who needs a manager, backroom staff and supportive board of directors? Not this group of brilliantly committed players and loyal travelling supporters – embodying why Swindon Town Football Club will go on strong without Paolo Di Canio and

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Colchester United 0 Swindon 1: The top two firmly within sights

We welcome new TheWashbag contributor Lee Clark, who traveled to Essex to watch Swindon Town move within two points of the League One leaders with a deserved victory over struggling Colchester United.  Swindon came into the game with a threadbare side after illness and injuries swept through the squad, but were comfortable in a game which was settled when James Collins

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