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Swindon 1-3 Gillingham: Wild Al gets foxy

As one of the Town’s most consistent hedonists of 2015, Wild Al finds the Christmas festivities a bitter sweet experience.  Imagine for a moment that you are a virtuoso viola player, every waking hour you think about playing the viola, every spare moment your work and family life allow, you practice plucking, imagine, if you will, that string siren is

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50 Years Ago: 1965/66 October ‘All we are saying, is give us a goal’

Mike Minihane continues his look back 50 years to events at the County Ground, as Swindon Town returned to Division Three in 1965/66… Top of the Charts:  Tears – Ken Dodd September 1965 had been a very busy month with seven games played and October was going to be just as busy with another seven scheduled. With nine games of the

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A Weak Week…

It’sFriday, so it must be time for the latest weekly review by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. Been a bit uninspiring this week, hasn’t it? The trip to Crewe wasn’t too bad. After all a point away from home is always welcome. The game itself was memorable for a couple of sendings off and a referee who booked just about everybody in

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A blip versus Gillingham but far from the end of the road

Swindon Town’s current blip in results continued as Town doubled the total number of home losses in the season in a two week period. This time it was Gillingham who deservedly picked up all three points with a confident display making every single chance count. STFC007 takes stock of what could possibly be the reason for the recent indifferent results compared to the

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