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Colchester 0 Swindon 1: Town progress to face Wigan Athletic

Swindon brushed aside League One opposition for the second successive round in the FA Cup writes Richard Banyard from Swindon-Town-FC.co.uk – comfortably beating Colchester on their own patch today with a performance that had the home fans chanting for their money back. Di Canio made three personnel changes to the side that beat Aldershot last weekend – to be honest, I

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Port Vale 0 Swindon Town 2: Town came, Town saw, Town took home all three points

Swindon recorded their fourth win in five games with a 2-0 success at Port Vale thanks to a debut goal from Lukas Magera and a penalty from Mehdi Kerrouche. The Town were in control from start to finish and managed to frustrate and restrict their hosts in an impressive and textbook away display, writes Tom Otrebski. Paolo Di Canio made two changes to the starting line-up

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Swindon 3 Hereford United 3: Rampant Bulls Frustrate Town

On Saturday League Two strugglers Hereford United were the visitors at the County Ground with the home side expected to record a comfortable victory. However, as we all know all too well, football is not that simple. Reports Andrew Steele-Davis. Swindon were going into the game having just come off the back of an excellent midweek 2-1 victory over Exeter

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Swindon 4 Barnet 0: Can we play you every week?

Swindon secured their fourth victory in five games thanks to a comfortable 4-0 win over The Bees. However, despite Town’s dominance, it always takes two to tango, with Barnet heavily responsible for their own downfall. Reports Ron Smith. After being brought back down to earth a week ago at Burton, Paolo Di Canio responded with one enforced change in Comazzi returning to the side and Phil

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Crawley Town 0 Swindon 3: Town hitting the heights again

This fixture was always going to generate interest with both Crawley Town and Swindon many people’s tip to challenge for automatic promotion from League Two. With Crawley’s blistering start and Swindon’s recent fine form, the game at Broadfield Stadium was billed as an early six pointer, reports Andrew Steele-Davis. The mind games that took place during the week between Paolo Di

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Town Tactics: Form Vs Formation

Is Swindon’s 442 too open? Alex Cooke looks at the blueprints for Paolo’s master plan. No one could doubt that Paolo Di Canio is demanding: his pre-season training, half-time tantrums and full-time ABH prove at that. But tactically Paolo also asks a lot of his players because he has created a system that demands discipline and athleticism, and can yield great results, but also leaves little margin

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