Tag Archives: Bradford City

Bradford 0 Swindon 0: Farewell League Two and thanks for the memories

A spectacular season was capped by a match somewhat less so, as Valley Parade played host to the only goalless game in the Football League this weekend. With nothing more than pride to play for, the game itself had somewhat of a pre-season feeling to it, writes Rosie MacGillivray. Both players and supporters shown that sportsmanship still existed. The Bradford

Read more

Vic Morgan Blog: Congratulations…

BBC Radio Wiltshire commentator Vic Morgan continues his weekly blog only here on The Washbag. Congratulations on several fronts… First and foremost to Ron and his wife from the Washbag, for the safe delivery of Amélie. Football is important of course, but it’s things like the birth of a child that are the true magical moments of life. Many many congratulations. Congratulations

Read more

Swindon Town: Wembley to Relegation to…

Swindon Town were finally put out of our misery this afternoon with a 3-1 defeat at Sheffield Wednesday. The defeat meant the season couldn’t be salvaged with only 2 games now to play. Even a draw today would’ve been too little too late as results elsewhere made it impossible for Town to finish 20th. Swindon now become the 5th third tier play-off final

Read more
Recent Entries »