Tag Archives: Paul Caddis

Bradford 0 Swindon 0: Farewell League Two and thanks for the memories

A spectacular season was capped by a match somewhat less so, as Valley Parade played host to the only goalless game in the Football League this weekend. With nothing more than pride to play for, the game itself had somewhat of a pre-season feeling to it, writes Rosie MacGillivray. Both players and supporters shown that sportsmanship still existed. The Bradford

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Vote for Your Player of the Season: Contender – Paul Caddis

Our Player of the Season vote has been open since Monday. The winning player will secure the prestigious ‘Fraser Digby Tortoiseshell Comb Award’ when the result is announced on Friday 4th May 2012. Players eligible for the vote include only those squad members who have played in at least 10 games in all competitions. Medhi Kerrouche is ineligible as he played

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Crewe 2 Swindon 0: Successive away defeat cuts Town’s lead

Swindon Town’s quest for the league title suffered a setback Saturday, as they suffered their second consecutive 2-0 away defeat. The defeat makes a seemingly unassailable lead, slightly less unassailable as a Torquay victory closed the gap to four points. Rosie MacGillivray was at Gresty Road to report. Paolo Di Canio – ever predictable in ensuring his team selection is anything but – rung the changes

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Swindon 4 Dagenham 0: Daggers’ dawn cut short by red & white army

Having been unable to breach the triple-decker bus parked in the triple-sided stadium on Saturday, Tuesday’s game could not come quick enough to put the Swindon Town TGV firmly back on the tracks heading at speed towards League One, writes STFC007. In the build up to the game the level of optimism from most Swindon Town fans was refreshing – as usually

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