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Swindon 4 Dagenham 0: Daggers’ dawn cut short by red & white army

Having been unable to breach the triple-decker bus parked in the triple-sided stadium on Saturday, Tuesday’s game could not come quick enough to put the Swindon Town TGV firmly back on the tracks heading at speed towards League One, writes STFC007. In the build up to the game the level of optimism from most Swindon Town fans was refreshing – as usually

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Match Preview: Swindon vs Dagenham & Redbridge

In a full round of mid-week League Two matches, Swindon Town entertain Dagenham & Redbridge at the County Ground; 7.45pm kick-off. Form Guide…  First placed Swindon are currently on a run of two defeats in twenty-two League Two matches. Town’s current form guide reads five wins and one defeat in six outings. At the County Ground, Town are unbeaten since August, making it 14 games without

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Now Paul Benson has signed is the search for a ‘nasty striker’ over?

If there has been one area of the pitch which Di Canio has frequently lambasted it’s been the strikers. Aside from the personal swipes aimed at Clarke, Montano, Kerrouche and Magera for their lack of passion, fight and commitment, Paolo provided clarity on what he needs after the Rovers draw (that felt like a defeat) by reiterating his desire for a ‘nasty striker’. “I

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L2 Review: Town make up ground as Crawley, Southend and Cheltenham drop points

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where as always there was plenty of action for you to sink your teeth into. The top three all dropped vital points as the hectic Christmas schedule begins while Swindon continue their Robin’s revival under Paolo Di Canio, stretching their unbeaten run to 15 games in all competitions. We

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L2 Review: Crawley return top and Dagenham slip to the bottom

Welcome to another edition of Andrew Steele-Davis’ Npower Football League Two Review, where there was plenty of action as well as a local derby. Southend were finally defeated and the situation at the bottom of the table looks dire for Dagenham and Redbridge. We start off at the Kingsmeadow stadium where Accrington Stanley recorded an all important victory over Wimbledon. Padraig Amond,

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Defeat in Dagenham: Get some perspective

Successive defeats was hardly what we were all expecting having (eventually) put a solid 3 past Crewe on the opening day. Yet a sense of reality and perspective is sorely missing from yet another vocal minority in the post match reactions to our narrow 1-0 defeat at Dagenham & Redbridge. It’s almost like Paul Hart was still in charge… It’s all well and

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Town v Dag & Red: More points lost

As Swindon Town were denied a blatant penalty in the dying moments of Saturday’s game, it ended a perfect opportunity to gain an advantage on our relegation rivals as results elsewhere all went in our favour. Paul Caddis was clearly fouled by two Dagenham & Redbridge defenders, yet bizarely referee Sutton or even his well-sighted assistant didn’t see fit to award the penalty.

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