Tag Archives: Paul Bodin

TheWashbag meets Fraser Digby: Part 6 – Regrets, His Greatest & Hall of Shame #17

In our first in-depth interview with a Swindon Town legend, Ron Smith interviews Fraser Digby on his career and life after football. Fraser and his washbag were the inspiration for this site, so it was a great pleasure to meet and interview him. In this final part, Fraser talks about his biggest regrets, his greatest matches, saves and inducts our 17th

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Hall of Shame #6: Steve McMahon

Andrew Hawes gets his chance to induct his choice into the Hall of Shame…a popular selection by all accounts… There aren’t that many managers in Swindon’s history who have achieved promotion. Bert Head, Danny Williams, Lou Macari, Ossie Ardiles (albeit briefly), Glenn Hoddle, Steve McMahon and Paul Sturrock complete the list. Yet when thinking about the STFC Hall of Shame, I

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FA Youth Cup Report: Swindon 2 Newport County 0

Paul Bodin’s Swindon Town under 18’s faced their Newport County counterparts on Tuesday night in the FA Youth Cup, knowing the winner would face Bournemouth away in the next round. Reports Benjamin Wills. Swindon named a strong side with a few members of the line-up having first team and international experience at this level. The most notable being striker Miles Storey who has played

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Bodin well for the future

In his first contribution for The Washbag, Andrew Steele-Davis looks at whether Swindon Town’s future is home-grown. When Billy Bodin’s name was bellowed over the tannoy system at the County Ground on Saturday announcing that the young forward was in the starting eleven, it is safe to say you could not have seen that coming a few weeks ago.

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