Tag Archives: Alan Navarro

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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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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Swindon 2 Coventry City 2: Sky Blues’ thunder stolen by Reds’ recovery

Swindon recover from going two behind at home to Coventry City to record a unlikely 2-2 draw, writes STFC007. Paolo Di Canio made three changes to the starting line-up that won away at Bury. The injured Williams was replaced by Benson whilst fit again Roberts replaced Bessone. There was also a rare start for John Bostock – with Collins making

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Swindon Town 0 Colchester Utd 1: A gaping chasm of emptiness

Swindon’s aimless hoofing got what it deserved as they slumped to a second abject home defeat, writes Ben Beaumont. Oh dear. Truly, this was a game with nothing to write home about. And I mean nothing. A gaping chasm of emptiness, filled only with Archibald-Henville lumping yet another aimless hack towards the oversized cartoon heads of the Colchester centre backs.

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Swindon 3 Brighton 0: A Navarro double sends Town to Stoke

Swindon Town started the season in the best way possible, dumping Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion out of the newly dubbed ‘Capital One Cup’, putting aside any worries about the removal of Paul Caddis as captain in the process. Writes Daniel Hunt. Such an enthralling match seemed impossible at half time following a dull first half that must have left the Sky

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