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Washbag Podcast 49 – Depressing

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Episode #49 of TheWashbag Swindon Town FC Podcast is now available to download or stream online… Ron Smith is joined by Alex Cooke and Brendan Hobbs in this depressing new episode. We talk about if Swindon are signing too many players from Lee Power’s mates, the relegation fight and why the defeat against Oxford is all Brendan’s fault. As was the rise

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‘Going to Swindon just feels like too much of an effort these days’

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An once-local man mistakes the passing of time for too much passing, reports Alex Cooke A married forty-two-year-old businessman with two kids, a big mortgage and recently diagnosed high-blood pressure has discovered that he doesn’t care as much about football as he once did. David, 43, of Guildford revealed that his teenage passion for Swindon Town has dimished, and he

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Quarter(ish) season review

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Steven Fyfe gives his view of how Swindon’s opening ten games have gone, and what needs to change The age-old saying in football is ‘give us ten games’. It is the unwritten moment when you can start to realistically picture how your season is going to go. Now, as Town are ten league games in, I decided to review the

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Vic Morgan: A blank sheet. A fresh start for Swindon Town

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Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan returns for the 2016/17 season… And so it begins again. With Test Matches and the Summer Olympics underway, here we are talking about the start of a new domestic football season. After the failure of England’s megastars in the European Championship, albeit tempered by the success of the Welsh (especially if you can claim

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