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2010 STFC Review: January

And what a year it has been! A year of the proverbial two halves. After spending January to May fighting for promotion, Town now find themselves looking up and down, more than touching distance away from mounting a real promotion challenge. January 2010 started with around 6,000 Town fans travelling to Fulham for the FA Cup 3rd Round tie and created a truly fantastic atmosphere.

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Captain Douglas?

Has anyone else started to have concerns over Jonathan Douglas being club captain? Or is it just me that I’m now starting to look for a scapegoat following our more than disappointing start to the season? Have we won a game where Douglas has been captain? Don’t get me wrong, I really admire what he has brought to the team

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2010/2011 League One Predictions

With the start of the 2010/2011 League One campaign almost upon us, there is no better time to look ahead to May and make an attempt at trying to predict the final league positions. Many national news outlets have hardly considered Town as possible promotion candidate so far. BBC 5Live decided to completely overlook Town in favour of the usual suspects in

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Second Signing: David Prutton

David Prutton has become Danny Wilson’s second new signing for 2010/2011. The 28 year old central midfielder joins Town with vast experience, having played 317 Football League games and scored 18 goals. Prutton excelled earlier in his career, first at Nottingham Forest then at Southampton in the Premier League following a £2.5M transfer in 2003. Since then Prutton has established

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Town v Millwall

Whatever happened at The New Den, the Leeds United result ultimately would determine which team was promoted. For a few moments after Leeds had gone down to 10 men it seemed the  impossible may happen and Rovers may defeat Leeds or at least hold them to a draw. Shortly after half time news of Rovers going 1-0 up fed through

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League One Promotion Contenders

With an eleven point gap between Swindon and 7th place Colchester, even if worst came to the worst and Town were to lose on Saturday, I’m still feeling confident that a play-off place is all-but secured. Now then…a few weeks ago after our defeats to both Bristol Rovers and MK Dons, I had written-off any chance of Swindon fighting for

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Swindon to Sign Ferry

During the commentary on the 3-0 victory over a happless Leeds United this afternoon, Town Chairman Andrew Fitton revealed he is planning a trip to Scotland next weekend to watch Celtic and meet with their Board to ‘cememt our relationship’. Following Tony Mowbray leaving Parkhead two weeks ago, Town need to work to retain the positive partnership between the two clubs,

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