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Swindon 3 Crawley 0: We make it six nil on aggregate…

After Swindon Town’s emphatic 4-1 win at Southend, it was time to face another early table topping team Crawley Town. The West Sussex side sought to enhance their ‘Champions Elect’ tag as the bookies’ favourite to win League Two… or would they become another victim on Swindon’s seemingly unstoppable run, writes STFC007. In the build-up to the game, Crawley’s coach Steve Evans had

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Cheltenham Town 1 Swindon Town 0: Same old Swindon

Alex Cooke reports on the action at Town’s visit to Cheltenham. New manager, new division, same old story: Swindon’s ability to implode at Whaddon Road remains a depressing constant. And while this time it didn’t end with the same poison as the 2001 defeat, some Town fans still vented their anger, apparently in one case at Oliver Risser, however, throughout the game Billy Bodin

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Bodin well for the future

In his first contribution for The Washbag, Andrew Steele-Davis looks at whether Swindon Town’s future is home-grown. When Billy Bodin’s name was bellowed over the tannoy system at the County Ground on Saturday announcing that the young forward was in the starting eleven, it is safe to say you could not have seen that coming a few weeks ago.

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