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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: February

A busy month with six games and we remained unbeaten, taking the run to 13 games in the league without losing. February started with goalscoring revelation Charlie Austin ending speculation and putting pen to paper on a new contract. Now less than 12 months later, with new speculation the Town No.32 is set to leave, Town are again trying to secure the

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Substitutions: Making an Impact

On paper we appeared to have strength in depth. I also thought…perhaps we might even be blessed with the ‘strongest’ Town squad for some years. So why hasn’t this manifested itself into an onfield advantage, leaving us winless after 5 league games? So far on the bench this season we’ve seen Amankwaah, Ball, Caddis, Dossevi, Ferry, Jean-Francois, Jesionkowski, Morrison, Prutton, Sheehan,

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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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Near Signing – Town Dismiss Alan Gow’s New Wage Demands

Is Alan Gow a central defender I hear you cry? No he isn’t. Town were widely regarded by supporters to bring in an experienced centre back to replace the now irreplaceable Gordon Greer. Yet, Alan Gow is a 27 year old Scottish forward, who was released from fellow League One team Plymouth Argyle earlier this summer. Alan made 14 appearances scoring 2 goals in

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