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Town v Brighton: Early Days…

There’s me only a few days ago posting my league predictions… Swindon to finish 3rd I triumphantly stated! However the Wembley hangover continued. Like last season Town started with an opening defeat, after going down 2-1 against Brighton at the County Ground this afternoon in what was ultimately a disappointing and disjointed game for both sides. Town were sorry and second best throughout. At times it appeared the players didn’t know each other.

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Home Grown?

Yesterday the Football League AGM ratified rules for the 2010/2011 season. From next season clubs are required to name 10 “home-grown” players in a squad, with a maximum squad size of 25 players aged over 21. There are no to be restrictions on players under 21. To be “home-grown” players must be registered in domestic (English) football for three seasons

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Walsall Preview

Following the midweek results Town have dropped to 5th place in League One, 3 points behind 2nd place Leeds United with four games to play. Walsall are sitting comfortably in mid-table in 13th place with 54 points. Overall Town have a fair home record against Walsall, but it has been poor in recent years as they have only won 3

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Town v Colchester

This afternoon Town were away at Colchester United in our first of two matches against fellow promotion contenders. Colchester had failed to win in eight games (since February) and have slipped out of the play-off places following Huddersfield’s mid-week win against Oldham. Wilson fielded a full strength and unchanged team following the Easter Monday comfortable 3-0 win over Tranmere Rovers. Importantly Town

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Stephen Darby Joins Town

Finally after every other League One team has strengthened their squads with loan signings since the start of February, Danny Wilson has got his man as Stephen Darby has today joined Town on loan from Liverpool until the end of the season. Darby has seen his first team opportunities limited at Liverpool this season, as is unfortunately the norm for many English youngsters

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