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Gloves off…

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest weekly review by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. It was the shortest trip of the season for me. A little jaunt to Somerset would take less than an hour and a nice meal in the chippy before the game would start the day off well. Sometimes things don’t quite work out as

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Getting the point

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. It’s a strange feeling having watched a defeat but not been too disappointed. That was the feeling as the supporters bus left Crawley last Saturday. The old familiar routine of getting up early for an away match resumed at the weekend. It meant a

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Travel sickness…

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. So it goes on. Swindon Town’s wretched away form continues and so does the gentle meander down the league table. To be honest I didn’t leave Devon with high hopes last Saturday, more a feeling of the inevitable. That’s how it turned out. A cold

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Gillingham 2-0 Swindon Town: Just miserable…

Vic Morgan spares few words in describing another miserable away performance; as Swindon Town were defeated at our Kent rivals Gillingham. After Swindon’s dismal Tuesday defeat at Stevenage, over 300 Town fans travelled to Kent hoping for better against their old rivals. History wasn’t on the Wiltshire team’s side. It was 1986 when the Town last won at the Priestfield

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Swindon 2 Gillingham 2: Stylish Town held by Gills

Swindon and Gillingham shared the spoils after an entertaining game where Nathan Thompson was involved in both of Swindon Town’s goals, but where the Town’s defensive frailties were exposed reports STFC007. The game saw a number of firsts, the first game in charge for Mark Cooper since his permanent appointment, Nile Ranger’s home debut, a first start from Jay McEveley

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Video of the Week: Gillingham vs Swindon 1987 Play-Off Final

Footage of the 1987 Division Three play-off final matches from a Gillingham point of view – includes build up and coverage of all three games. The two leg final began with Swindon defeated 0-1 at Priestfield Stadium, then goals from Peter Coyne and Charlie Henry salvaged a 2-2 aggregate draw in the return leg. The final was replayed at the neutral Selhurst Park

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