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50 Years Ago: 1964/65 September – Jekyll and Hyde

Mike Minihane continues his look back 50 years to events at the County Ground. Following Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’ Division Two during 1963/64, Town looked to consolidate; however football isn’t that simple… Top of the Charts:  You Really Got Me – The Kinks September was going to be a very busy month with seven league games

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50 Years Ago: 1964/65 August – Buried by the future King of the Kippax

Mike Minihane continues his look back 50 years to events at the County Ground. Following Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’ Division Two during 1963/64, Town look to consolidate, however football isn’t that simple… Top of the Charts:  A Hard Day’s Night – The Beatles Having experienced my first full season the previous year I was by now

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50 Years On: 1963/64 April – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane has been taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike completes his review with  April 1964… Top of the Charts – Can’t Buy Me Love – The Beatles As the season petered out our relegation form continued. Gone were the heady

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50 Years On: 1963/64 January – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane will be taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike continues with a review of January 1964… Top of the Charts – Glad All Over – The Dave Clark Five Morale was hardly high as we entered the New

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50 Years On: 1963/64 December – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane will be taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike continues with a review of December 1963… Top of the Charts – I Want to Hold Your Hand – The Beatles After a fairly dismal November where we’d not

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