Tag Archives: Medhi Kerrouche

Paolo Di Canio: Method man, not madman

He’s wild, he’s exuberant, and he’s fantastic entertainment, but Paolo Di Canio is a more studied manager than his pitch-side persona reveals, says Alex Cooke. “The media portrayal of Paolo Di Canio is very different to the manager I’ve come across. The one I have experienced is very meticulous in his planning, very knowledgeable about every level of football from

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Lanzano, Esajas, Gabilondo, Kerrouche etc…Missing and never to return?

Lee Townsend reviews those members of the Swindon Town squad who haven’t been near the starting XI or even the matchday squad in recent months. He asks whether we can expect to see any of these missing players return before the end of the campaign? Yes, it’s true. Swindon are top of npower League Two and there are many reasons given

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Di Canio right to offload Medhi Kerrouche

Talk of a striker joining their A420 rivals has been regular since our County Ground clash in August. Instead of James Constable signing for Swindon, it was Mehdi Kerrouche who has joined Oxford for a month. Rosie MacGillivray gives her view on the move and why she agrees with Paolo Di Canio. It is undoubtedly a brave move by Di Canio. Kerrouche hasn’t featured since December, yet only finds

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Vote for your STFC Goal of 2011

As we’ve moved into 2012 it’s a good opportunity to look back on twelve of the best Swindon Town goals of 2011. The list, compiled by Daniel Hunt, comprises eleven different players who have contributed to this selection of towering headers, team goals and individual efforts. Hopefully we haven’t missed out a good’un in this selection as we’ve tried to give even coverage of the whole

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