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A very busy January at SN1

Scot Munroe gives his summary of the transfer window so far and what might be in store for Town fans. We are just over three weeks into the new year and the January transfer window, there has been no surprise that we’ve witnessed new signings and deadwood departing. On the way out of the County Ground we have seen Michael Timlin leave for

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Ciao Alberto Comazzi

Gradually the mistakes are being erased. First it was Ibrahim Atiku, then Mattia Lanzano was asked to go, now,  we wave goodbye to centre back, and disaster central,  Alberto Comazzi, writes Alex Cooke. Comazzi wasn’t a bad signing, he was just the wrong signing for this decade, and this country. As Paolo Di Canio admitted the grizzled centre back always looked like

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Analysis: Who are Di Canio’s best options at centre back?

The central partnership in the Swindon Town defence has been up for grabs since Paolo Di Canio took charge earlier this summer. With the departure of Scott Cuthbert, Lescinel Jean-Francios and Andy Frampton, Town’s new look backline has seen five players compete for the right to play at centre back in League Two; Aden Flint, Alan McCormack, Alberto Comazzi, Joe Devera and Oliver Risser. We

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Macclesfield 2 Swindon 0: Silkmen Sink Substandard Swindon

Swindon slumped to yet another away-day defeat at lowly Macclesfield, extending their wretched and unpredictable run of form away from the County Ground in the process reports Tom Otbrebski. The performance at Moss Rose bore a striking resemblance to the showings at Cheltenham and Burton earlier on in the campaign: a tale of missed chances, a penalty that perhaps should have

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Swindon 4 Barnet 0: Can we play you every week?

Swindon secured their fourth victory in five games thanks to a comfortable 4-0 win over The Bees. However, despite Town’s dominance, it always takes two to tango, with Barnet heavily responsible for their own downfall. Reports Ron Smith. After being brought back down to earth a week ago at Burton, Paolo Di Canio responded with one enforced change in Comazzi returning to the side and Phil

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Swindon at Shrewsbury: Town self destruct to a 2-1 defeat

At the other ‘STFC’, Town approached the game knowing the midweek League Cup victory at Bristol City must be used as the impetus to re-start a misfiring League Two campaign. Against confident predictions, including my own wild partisan cries of absolute confidence, Town had so far failed to set the league alight with three successive hard fought games post Crewe.

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