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2010 STFC Review: August

Despite the despair of play-off defeat the mood around STFC for the season was high. I even put £30 on Town to finish in the top 3… In came Michael Rose, David Prutton, David Ball (on loan), Simon Ferry, Paul Caddis then Thomas Dossevi. On paper I certainly was led to believe Town were asserting a strong claim to mount a

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At Last… The First League Win of the Season!

I never doubted our ability to eventually deliver and we certainly deserved the 3 points against a rudderless Southampton, whose arrogant and deluded management and fans need to realise they are a League One club. It was a tight affair with possession 49/51 in favour of Southampton. Chances were limited with an equal amount of shots on and off target. It was only in

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Substitutions: Making an Impact

On paper we appeared to have strength in depth. I also thought…perhaps we might even be blessed with the ‘strongest’ Town squad for some years. So why hasn’t this manifested itself into an onfield advantage, leaving us winless after 5 league games? So far on the bench this season we’ve seen Amankwaah, Ball, Caddis, Dossevi, Ferry, Jean-Francois, Jesionkowski, Morrison, Prutton, Sheehan,

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Near Signing – Town Dismiss Alan Gow’s New Wage Demands

Is Alan Gow a central defender I hear you cry? No he isn’t. Town were widely regarded by supporters to bring in an experienced centre back to replace the now irreplaceable Gordon Greer. Yet, Alan Gow is a 27 year old Scottish forward, who was released from fellow League One team Plymouth Argyle earlier this summer. Alan made 14 appearances scoring 2 goals in

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Signing No.3: David Ball

After Billy Paynter jumped ship to Leeds United, competition for Vincent Pericard and Charlie Austin arrived today, in the form of loan signing David Ball from Manchester City. Ball joins on a 6 month loan until 12th January 2011 and joins Town just in time for the pre-season tour to Austria after tomorrow night’s game at Swindon Supermarine. With Alex Henshall recently

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