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Danny Wilson: Hero to villain?

Brought to Swindon Town by Andrew Fitton with the task to ensure Town avoided relegation in 2008/2009. Two years on, after reaching the highs of 2nd place and a Wembley play-off final, it’s a complete turnaround in fortunes that saw Danny Wilson quit the relegation threatened club. To follow Maurice Malpas, Fitton made the right choice in appointing Wilson. An honest,

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Danny Wilson: 2 Year Report

Danny Wilson has only served as manager of Swindon Town for two years, having been appointed on Boxing Day 2008 after his out of the blue dismissal from Hartlepool earlier that month. In this period Town have progressed from relegation certainties to a Wembley Play-off final, however now questions are being asked of Wilson as Town fail to realise raised expectations. Given

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2010 STFC Review: February

A busy month with six games and we remained unbeaten, taking the run to 13 games in the league without losing. February started with goalscoring revelation Charlie Austin ending speculation and putting pen to paper on a new contract. Now less than 12 months later, with new speculation the Town No.32 is set to leave, Town are again trying to secure the

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Town v Brentford

2009/2010 started fairly slowly for Town with 4 points out of a possible 9 and little sign of what was to come. Now the 2010/2011 season shows no sign of being any different, as a disjointed Town go one worse by failing to register a victory in our opening 3 games. In doing so, we’ve made our worst start to a season

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Final Disappointment

I’m at a bit of a loss what to write. Thoroughly disappointed is perhaps the most apt way to describe my emotions at the final whistle, as Town players laid dejected and spread on the Wembley pitch, soundly beaten. Yesterday morning was full of excitement, not nervousness as I’d thought. Before I knew it, we’d arrived at Wembley Stadium Station and in the shadow of the arch,

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WEM-BER-LEY WEM-BER-LEY!! Town Beat Charlton On Penalties

There is definitely something about the Play-Offs. There is no more satisfying way to experience being promoted than through the annual end of season fight for promotion, which Swindon have previously won in 3 of 4 attempts. Whilst we are not in the Championship just yet, we now are potentially 90 minutes away from the second tier of English football for the

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