Tag Archives: Colin Calderwood

Twenty Years Since Wembley ’93: Calderwood Play Off Preview

We start our special anniversary feature celebrating twenty years since Swindon Town’s 4-3 victory over Leicester City in the Division One Play Off Final with the first of many videos courtesy of Swindon-Town-FC.co.uk Instead of writing a preview we’ll publish this HTV preview instead. This video from 7 May 1993 previews the upcoming Play Off matches with then Town skipper

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TheWashbag meets Fraser Digby: Part 6 – Regrets, His Greatest & Hall of Shame #17

In our first in-depth interview with a Swindon Town legend, Ron Smith interviews Fraser Digby on his career and life after football. Fraser and his washbag were the inspiration for this site, so it was a great pleasure to meet and interview him. In this final part, Fraser talks about his biggest regrets, his greatest matches, saves and inducts our 17th

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Going Up! 1986/87 – A Season of Firsts

1986/87 saw Lou Macari’s young side secure back-to-back promotions, as Town returned to the second tier after a 13-year absence. From Digby’s debut to Chalkie’s elbows, this was a season of firsts, writes Ben Beaumont. This was my first full season as a Town fan, having opened my account half-way through the 1986 Division Four title-winning year, at the tender

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