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Podcast Episode 9: Doncaster Rovers Reaction & Vincent Pericard Interview

Listen to the latest episode of TheWashbag.com Swindon Town FC Podcast, which includes our Swindon vs Doncaster Rovers match report. Host Christopher Panks is joined by Ron Smith – Editor of TheWashbag.com – and Daniel Hunt – regular match reporter for TheWashbag.com. Up for discussion is a frustrating afternoon watching Town draw 1-1 with Doncaster Rovers and a look forward

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Notts County 1 Swindon Town 0: An increasingly familiar scoreline…

A fine individual goal by Alan Judge was enough to hand Notts County a rare home victory and send Swindon’s beleaguered players and fans into an enforced two week break on a low, writes Daniel Hunt. For the second time in an utterly frustrating week, Swindon found themselves cursing poor finishing, good opposition goalkeeping and an increasingly familiar 0-1 scoreline.

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Walsall 0 Swindon 2: Town keep up impressive form away

Swindon continued their impressive form away from the County Ground, as goals from the prolific Matt Ritchie and the not-so-prolific Simon Ferry clinched a comfortable 2-0 win at Walsall to climb into the play-off places, writes Rosie MacGillivray. Having had the embargo lifted last week, Paolo Di Canio surprisingly never took advantage to add a midfielder to his depleted squad.

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Swindon 0 Sheffield United 0: A slow death, but a precious point

A youthful, injury-ravaged Town side biffed and bashed their way to a valuable point at home to Sheffield United, but that doesn’t mean it was ever easy on the eye, writes Ben Beaumont. I’m beginning to think The Washbag should stop asking me to write match reports. Last month it was that unholy drab-a-thon against Colchester, and now this slow

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Stevenage 0 Swindon 4: Miles helps to change the story

All the moaning & worrying was brought to an immediate halt on Saturday as Swindon brushed aside second place Stevenage in dominating style. Adam Johnson was there… Transfer Embargo, Transfer Embargo, Transfer Embargo. The words that come up in every Swindon Town discussion at the moment but in Stevenage, football took centre stage with a bang. The best league performance

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Crewe 2 Swindon 1: Town (embar)go home pointless

Daniel Hunt travelled to Crewe with the injury, suspension and transfer embargo hit Swindon Town squad and a frustrated Paolo Di Canio. Everything from the pre-match Fish n’ Chips, sub £3.00 pints in the supporters club bar and a run-in with ‘Gresty the Lion’ pointed to good evening ahead at one of the friendliest grounds in the country. The welcome did not

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