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2012/13 Season tickets: Are they a price worth paying?

The season ticket and matchday prices for the 2012/13 campaign at the County Ground were unveiled on Saturday. In what is seemingly becoming earlier and earlier every year, the pricing strategy was released with sixteen matches in League Two remaining and at least a strong possibility we’ll be paying to watch League One football come August. Unless you’ve been lucky and

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Leon Clarke has got to go

For those of you who read Alex’s article last week – Leon Clarke: Swindon’s new no.9 – are you really surprised by the actions of the pathetic Town current / former* (*delete as appropriate) front man following our 3-1 defeat against Southampton? Here is a fragile, perhaps sensitive player who relies too much on the support of those around him to get himself in the

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Not scouting for boys: Have Swindon given up signing young talent?

New writer Alex Cooke gives his view on one of the least talked about summer departures. “If we’ve ever spent good money on one individual then it’s been Ken, he’s been absolutely outstanding.” At this point you are probably racking your brain to work out which Ken then caretaker boss David Byrne was eulogising to the Evening Advertiser about back in 2008.

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Wilson’s unwelcome return to Sheffield

Sheffield United have experienced what could’ve happened at Swindon Town. More than 400 Blades fans marched on Brammall Lane to protest at the appointment of former Town boss Danny Wilson. It wasn’t Wilson’s link with the Robins that led to this venting of fury, it was his history with Steel City rivals Wednesday that has generated a level of anger

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Worldwide reactions to Di Canio appointment

By appointing Paolo Di Canio, Jeremy Wray and the Swindon board knew the media would be very interested in this controversial figure. Since Friday, Swindon and Di Canio have been a worldwide talking point and trending on twitter. Contrast this with the appointment of Maurice Malpas when one man and his dog turned up to the County Ground for his presentation.

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Paolo Di Canio’s Red & White Army

After 12 months of despair culminating in our drop to the bottom tier of the Football League, who three weeks ago, after Paul Hart was rightly dismissed, would’ve expected Swindon Town to be able to attract candidates of the calibre of Didi Hamann, George Burley, let alone today announce the appointment of football legend Paolo Di Canio? Not since Glenn Hoddle was handed the reigns

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