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Gloves off…

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest weekly review by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. It was the shortest trip of the season for me. A little jaunt to Somerset would take less than an hour and a nice meal in the chippy before the game would start the day off well. Sometimes things don’t quite work out as

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Getting the point

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. It’s a strange feeling having watched a defeat but not been too disappointed. That was the feeling as the supporters bus left Crawley last Saturday. The old familiar routine of getting up early for an away match resumed at the weekend. It meant a

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Ryan Harley, cockey rebel

Alex Cooke looks closely at Swindon’s middling midfielder to understand why the former Brighton man has become loathed by some fans. I wasn’t at Orient. Remember those four words because they are going to be important. I didn’t go to Brisbane Road but I did hear the comments and read the tweets, messages and match reports of those who were.

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Swindon Town 1-1 Crawley Town: Red Devils snatch a late point

After being undone by two penalties at promotion chasing Leyton Orient on Saturday. Swindon Town came into the Tuesday night clash with Crawley Town hoping to pick up maximum points, but they didn’t… Writes Calvin Hothi. Mark Cooper opted to leave Massimo Luongo and Troy Archibald Henville out of his matchday squad with Nathan Thompson, Jack Barthram, Jay McEveley and

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Off against Leyton Orient, sending-off against Crawley…

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. Tough to take wasn’t it? Fair result though… Leyton Orient were well organised, had a game plan and left Wiltshire with the three points. Swindon had a more than decent shout for a penalty waved away. A decision which led to scenes nobody wants to see on a football

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Crawley Town 0-0 Swindon Town: Resilient Robins earn a point

A resilient and dogged Swindon Town side fought out a hard earned 0-0 draw against Crawley despite being reduced to ten men late on after Nathan Byrne’s dismissal, reports Andrew Steele-Davis. Both teams headed into the Tuesday night encounter with a patchy formbook. The hosts were on a six game streak without a win with four of those games ending

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