Tag Archives: Danny Wilson

Swindon 0 Sheffield United 0: A slow death, but a precious point

A youthful, injury-ravaged Town side biffed and bashed their way to a valuable point at home to Sheffield United, but that doesn’t mean it was ever easy on the eye, writes Ben Beaumont. I’m beginning to think The Washbag should stop asking me to write match reports. Last month it was that unholy drab-a-thon against Colchester, and now this slow

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11 Key Moments of 2011: No.10 – Where is Milan Misun?

No.10 – Where is Milan Misun? One of Danny Wilson’s final and desperate throws of the dice in the transfer market was to sign Celtic’s Czech Republic defender Milan Misun for an undisclosed (reported to be a six figure) fee on 28th January. With Gordon Greer still sorely missed, Sean Morrison recently departed and Town’s defence looking as watertight as

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How vital is a win on the opening game of the season?

You’ve heard it so many times before. Prior to the start of every season managers all over the country proclaim the importance of winning the opening League match. With only one potential winner per game there’s definitely someone going home disappointed and their manager’s well rehearsed plans now up in smoke by a defeat that wasn’t in the script. Already managers are

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Three of the best Swindon managers according to Johno

Seeing that I’m currently asking you to vote for your greatest Swindon Town manager, Adam Johnson provides an insight into his top three Swindon managers of recent years. Even though Swindon Town have been one of the more inconsistent football league teams, we have been consistent in having big name managers. Glenn Hoddle, Lou Macari, Ossie Ardilles, Roy Evans and Dennis Wise have

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