Tag Archives: Ellis Iandolo

Cup Fever?

The season of goodwill may be in full flow, especially in the Swindon Town defence, but in the third of a series of five posts this week, Adam Tanner examines why the spirit around The County Ground is more befitting of the January blues… A cup run, even a decent cup fixture, can do so much for a club. To give

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Vic Morgan: Checking out of the Checkatrade

Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… It’s over then. Swindon Town’s involvement in the controversial Checkatrade Trophy ended on Tuesday night. It was a game which featured five goals, some of them excellent, including a first for the club from Ellis Iandolo and a great finish from Luke Norris. Now I know this competition has had

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Swindon Town 2-0 Doncaster Rovers: Play-off hopefuls again?

Davy Richards reports on Swindon Town’s fourth win on the bounce, and first home clean sheet of the season. With murmurs around the town now speaking of sneaking into the play-off spots rather than just avoiding the drop zone Swindon have shown some fantastic form since the turn of the year, and it was nice go to a game where I

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