Tag Archives: Phil Smith

A Season In Stats: Foderingham vs Smith vs Lanzano

In our first review of the statistics which made the 2011/12 season, Ron Smith takes aim at Town goalkeepers Wes Foderingham, Phil Smith and Mattia Lanzano. If the 2011/12 season has taught us something we always knew would be true, it’s that quality goalkeepers are actually in short supply. After many years of Talia, Gremink, Lucas and the rest, it seems we’ve found one

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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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JPT AFC Wimbledon: Phil Smith saves the day to send Swindon closer to Wembley

Swindon squeezed through to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Semi-Final last night thanks to a welcome return to action, and form, by goalkeeper Phil Smith. Matt Davies reports. Paolo Di Canio made six changes to the team that beat Port Vale. Phil Smith, Joe Devera, Oliver Risser, Rafaelle De Vita, Alan Connell and Mehdi Kerrouche all returned to the starting XI. Swindon started the game

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Swindon v Oxford: Constable returns to haunt Town

Completely ignore what was written in the build-up to the A420 derby about the history, passion and desire; as that’s exactly what I’m having to do, coming to terms with a deflating first home defeat since 1973 and a sea of yellow and blue celebrating on the Stratton Bank. All this is despite an vastly improved Swindon performance. With the minutes ticking by to the final whistle I was

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