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Who have you voted Swindon Town’s greatest player of the 21st Century?

Originally posted on Benjamin Wills' Blog:
Relegation, Promotion and the threat of Administration, twice. The 21st Century has not been a boring one for Swindon Town fans but while 2000 onwards will be best remembered so far for Wembley heartbreak, more Wembley heartbreak, Paul Hart and Paolo Di Canio, who have been the players that put smiles on Swindon folks’ faces?…

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STFC Player of the 2012/13 Season Result…

Our TheWashbag.com Index has been calculatating each Swindon Town Player of the Month by assessing the key statistics from all league and cup matches. Now the season has finished we can finally publish the Player of the Season result for 2012/13… Congratulations to super Wes Foderingham for winning our Player of the Season Award with a score of 206.2, a massive

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Podcast Episode 10: Takeover, Ritchie Sold & Di Canio’s Future

Listen to the latest episode of TheWashbag.com Swindon Town FC Podcast. Host Christopher Panks is joined by Ron Smith – Editor of TheWashbag.com – and Sam Morshead – chief sports writer at the Swindon Advertiser. After one of the most turbulent weeks at the County Ground, the three reflect on the ramifications of the impending takeover by Jed McCrory’s consortium,

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Swindon Town 2 Shrewsbury Town 0: For Sale – A real promotion contender

‘For Sale’ Swindon Town moved into third place in League One with a fourth consecutive victory at the County Ground. Second half goals from Chris Martin and Andy Williams secured a comfortable victory, if not by the margin of recent results. Writes Ron Smith. Whether it was the minus temperatures or just Shrewsbury’s poor record at Swindon – winning in just one

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AFC Bournemouth 1 Swindon 1: Wet, Wet, Wet…

Swindon salvaged a valuable and deserved point at a rain soaked Dean Court, writes Richard Baynard. Town’s goal from Andy Williams followed a weak clearance from Bournemouth keeper David James, levelling the game with just five minutes remaining. The result was really no more than Swindon warranted overall, but after going in at half time one down having been on

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