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Last Minute Plymouth Winner Shocks Town in 3-2 Defeat

Town lost 2-3 in what was a pulsating and watchable League One tie against Plymouth Argyle at the County Ground last night. Our first defeat in 6 games in all competitions. Earlier on Tuesday The Adver reported on Peter Reid’s plan to exploit the flanks and cause the narrow Town midfield plenty of problems. This seems an obvious approach to provide our

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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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Town at Franchise FC

Town travelled to Pete Winkleman’s stolen football club with high hopes of finally securing a first win of the season, and in doing so start to look upwards to fulfil our raised expectations. My visit to StadiumMK was a first Town away game (excluding Wembley) for some time. After lunch and taking in the sight, yes the sole sight of

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Town v Brighton: Early Days…

There’s me only a few days ago posting my league predictions… Swindon to finish 3rd I triumphantly stated! However the Wembley hangover continued. Like last season Town started with an opening defeat, after going down 2-1 against Brighton at the County Ground this afternoon in what was ultimately a disappointing and disjointed game for both sides. Town were sorry and second best throughout. At times it appeared the players didn’t know each other.

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