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50 Years Ago: 1964/65 September – Jekyll and Hyde

Mike Minihane continues his look back 50 years to events at the County Ground. Following Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’ Division Two during 1963/64, Town looked to consolidate; however football isn’t that simple… Top of the Charts:  You Really Got Me – The Kinks September was going to be a very busy month with seven league games

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50 Years On: 1963/64 April – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane has been taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike completes his review with  April 1964… Top of the Charts – Can’t Buy Me Love – The Beatles As the season petered out our relegation form continued. Gone were the heady

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50 Years On: 1963/64 November – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane will be taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike continues with a review of November 1963… Top of the Charts – You’ll Never Walk Alone by Gerry and the Pacemakers (for the entire month) November 1963 promised to be a tough

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5 ways in which Paolo Di Canio’s management has made Swindon cup winners

As Aston Villa arrive at the County Ground, Alex Cooke looks at how the Town boss always gets Swindon ‘up for the cup’ Under Paolo Di Canio Swindon have a great record in the League Cup, FA Cup and even the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Stoke, Wigan, Huddersfield, Colchester, Burnley, Bristol City, Brighton, AFC Wimbledon, Barnet, Southend and Exeter have all

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A Huddersfield Town view on Tommy Miller

After providing the heads up on Gary Roberts last week, Huddersfield supporter Charlie Johnson returns to answer our questions on former Terrier, Tommy Miller. Miller made 33 appearances for you this season, but the vast majority were before Clark was given the shove. Doesn’t Grayson like him? Not at all, in fact he was injured for much of Grayson’s tenure, and

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Vic Morgan Blog: The Cup That Cheered

BBC Radio Wiltshire commentator Vic Morgan continues his weekly blog only here on The Washbag. It was terrific wasn’t it…? A performance that made you PROUD to be a Swindon supporter. Huddersfield came to the County Ground with a great and deserved reputation. Unbeaten in forty odd league games, and demanding the utmost respect. It looked to go with form early on,

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