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2010 STFC Review: October

After vastly improved performances in September, Town were brought back down to earth with defeat at League One new boys Dagenham & Redbridge. An early Dossevi goal couldn’t inspire Town to build on their advantage, falling to a 2-1 loss in the first ever League match between the two sides. The result was the biggest win the the history of

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Substitutions: Making an Impact

On paper we appeared to have strength in depth. I also thought…perhaps we might even be blessed with the ‘strongest’ Town squad for some years. So why hasn’t this manifested itself into an onfield advantage, leaving us winless after 5 league games? So far on the bench this season we’ve seen Amankwaah, Ball, Caddis, Dossevi, Ferry, Jean-Francois, Jesionkowski, Morrison, Prutton, Sheehan,

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First Signing: Michael Rose

Finally! Swindon Town have secured their first new signing for 2010/2011. 28 year old left back Michael Rose joins on a free transfer following his release from Stockport County. Wilson hopes Rose will fill the void left by Alan Sheehan. Alan will not be returning following his successful loan from Leeds, as his parent club have priced him out of a

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Town v Millwall

Whatever happened at The New Den, the Leeds United result ultimately would determine which team was promoted. For a few moments after Leeds had gone down to 10 men it seemed the  impossible may happen and Rovers may defeat Leeds or at least hold them to a draw. Shortly after half time news of Rovers going 1-0 up fed through

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Town v Colchester

This afternoon Town were away at Colchester United in our first of two matches against fellow promotion contenders. Colchester had failed to win in eight games (since February) and have slipped out of the play-off places following Huddersfield’s mid-week win against Oldham. Wilson fielded a full strength and unchanged team following the Easter Monday comfortable 3-0 win over Tranmere Rovers. Importantly Town

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Town v Tranmere

It appears that relegation threatened Tranmere Rovers’ plan was to take 3 points from their games against Norwich and Swindon. We have Norwich and their 3-1 defeat on Friday evening to thank for Tranmere leaving themselves in Merseyside, as they didn’t compete in a largely disappointing encounter at the County Ground this afternoon. Town were grateful they weren’t pushed, having had a day less

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