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Vic Morgan: Blunted by the Blades

Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… Things seemed okay about 3.50pm last Saturday afternoon. Swindon had managed to deal with most things the Sheffield United attack had thrown at them and deserved to be level at half time. Things then went from bad to worse. Michael Doughty was replaced by Jermaine Hylton and suddenly the Town

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The nasty number that shows why Swindon are shipping so many goals

Alex Cooke asks how has the number of shots Swindon face in each game almost doubled since Tim Sherwood took over? At the moment Swindon are conceding a lots of goals: nine goals in the five league games since Tim Sherwood ‘took over’. Clearly that is far too many, but it is indicative of another problem: the amount of shots

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Golden Goals

In the final of his blogs this week, Adam Tanner examines another reason why Swindon Town are faltering in League One… Throughout 28 competitive games this season, no player has scored more than three times for the club. That’s 21 games into the league season and the club’s strikers have four league goals between them. Frankly, when we consider that several of our opponents

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Managing Despair

The season of goodwill may be in full flow, especially in the Swindon Town defence, but in the fourth of a series of five posts this week, Adam Tanner examines why the spirit around The County Ground is more befitting of the January blues… Luke Williams does not give the impression of being an inspiring leader, and the stats support

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Cup Fever?

The season of goodwill may be in full flow, especially in the Swindon Town defence, but in the third of a series of five posts this week, Adam Tanner examines why the spirit around The County Ground is more befitting of the January blues… A cup run, even a decent cup fixture, can do so much for a club. To give

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Holding Back the Years

The season of goodwill may be in full flow, especially in the Swindon Town defence, but in the second of a series of five posts this week, Adam Tanner examines why the spirit around The County Ground is more befitting of the January blues… With the January transfer window a few week ahead, I fully agree with the assumption that the

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