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Swindon 1-4 Wolves: Town drivel as Wolves’ fans drool

Michael Smith’s second-half goal provided scant consolation for Town fans in a stinging 4-1 home defeat by a Wolves side bustling with strength, collective effort and, Leon Clarke, writes Alex Cooke. Swindon manager Mark Cooper labelled 45 minutes of this display “outstanding” but seemed to choose the wrong half and the wrong team, for despite Swindon’s improvement after the break,

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Peterborough United 2-2 Swindon Town: JPT Report

On a ‘cabbage-patch pitch’ two very similar teams, in terms of league position and form, went head to head in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Final 1st Leg at Peterborough’s London Road. We were promised goals and drama and the game most certainly delivered, writes Jonny Leighfield. Mark Cooper made five changes from the team that put in that pathetic

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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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Bradford City 1-1 Swindon Town: Was this Pritchard’s final goal for Town?

The Alex Pritchard show may be entering its final series at Swindon Town but with such stellar performances over the Christmas period, which Town fan in their right mind could begrudge him a switch to the Championship in January? Writes Daniel Hunt. Where the on loan Tottenham youngster was denied several times by his former youth team-mate David Button at

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Swindon Town 1-3 Leyton Orient: Derailed by the Orient Express (Again)

Leyton Orient visited the County Ground and, like recent meetings, they beat Swindon Town convincingly. Brendan Hobbs gives his own unique take on proceedings… I don’t do many match reports for The Washbag and I’m beginning to realise why, to date I’ve written two, one covered an uninspiring home draw with Oldham, the other was to report on a home

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