Tag Archives: Johnstone’s Paint Trophy

JPT AFC Wimbledon: Phil Smith saves the day to send Swindon closer to Wembley

Swindon squeezed through to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Semi-Final last night thanks to a welcome return to action, and form, by goalkeeper Phil Smith. Matt Davies reports. Paolo Di Canio made six changes to the team that beat Port Vale. Phil Smith, Joe Devera, Oliver Risser, Rafaelle De Vita, Alan Connell and Mehdi Kerrouche all returned to the starting XI. Swindon started the game

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Is the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy worth the hassle?

Is the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy worth the hassle? Does it waste time or give players much needed game time? Adam Johnson looks at the pros and cons of the tournament… “Mehdi Kerrouche is through…and he scores! Swindon Town have surely won the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy!” Now, I don’t know about you, but picturing this moment doesn’t get the blood pumping. Originally

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JPT Match Preview – Swindon v AFC Wimbledon

Tuesday night sees AFC Wimbledon travel to the County Ground for the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Quarter Final tie. This will be the first meeting between the two clubs since Milton Keynes and The FA stole the club from the Wimbledon community. After their meteoric and deserved rise from the depths of non-league football, AFC Wimbledon will be facing Swindon twice

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2010 STFC Review: October

After vastly improved performances in September, Town were brought back down to earth with defeat at League One new boys Dagenham & Redbridge. An early Dossevi goal couldn’t inspire Town to build on their advantage, falling to a 2-1 loss in the first ever League match between the two sides. The result was the biggest win the the history of

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2010 STFC Review: August

Despite the despair of play-off defeat the mood around STFC for the season was high. I even put £30 on Town to finish in the top 3… In came Michael Rose, David Prutton, David Ball (on loan), Simon Ferry, Paul Caddis then Thomas Dossevi. On paper I certainly was led to believe Town were asserting a strong claim to mount a

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Vincent Pericard Finally Scores for Swindon Town in Trophy Win

I’m pinching myself. I can’t believe I’m finally writing it. After 230 days…5,516 hours…21 matches…only 3 starts.. and 465 minutes of first team action, our eternal substitute and luckless Vincent Pericard has finally opened his account for Swindon Town. Vincent scored the opening goal for Town against a managerless Southampton in our 3-0 victory in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy game at St Mary’s. The journeyman

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