Tag Archives: Alan O’Brien

New deal…or no deal?

Following on from the release of Alan O’Brien and Thomas Dossevi, there are nine other Swindon Town players out of contract at the end of the season. We all know about Alan Sheehan’s lack of commitment to the club after going without permission to play for Preston North End in a trial match, but what about the rest, do they

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Vincent Pericard Finally Scores for Swindon Town in Trophy Win

I’m pinching myself. I can’t believe I’m finally writing it. After 230 days…5,516 hours…21 matches…only 3 starts.. and 465 minutes of first team action, our eternal substitute and luckless Vincent Pericard has finally opened his account for Swindon Town. Vincent scored the opening goal for Town against a managerless Southampton in our 3-0 victory in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy game at St Mary’s. The journeyman

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Near Signing – Town Dismiss Alan Gow’s New Wage Demands

Is Alan Gow a central defender I hear you cry? No he isn’t. Town were widely regarded by supporters to bring in an experienced centre back to replace the now irreplaceable Gordon Greer. Yet, Alan Gow is a 27 year old Scottish forward, who was released from fellow League One team Plymouth Argyle earlier this summer. Alan made 14 appearances scoring 2 goals in

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Town v Brentford

2009/2010 started fairly slowly for Town with 4 points out of a possible 9 and little sign of what was to come. Now the 2010/2011 season shows no sign of being any different, as a disjointed Town go one worse by failing to register a victory in our opening 3 games. In doing so, we’ve made our worst start to a season

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Home Grown?

Yesterday the Football League AGM ratified rules for the 2010/2011 season. From next season clubs are required to name 10 “home-grown” players in a squad, with a maximum squad size of 25 players aged over 21. There are no to be restrictions on players under 21. To be “home-grown” players must be registered in domestic (English) football for three seasons

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