Tag Archives: Rochdale

Vic Morgan: Mixed Emotions

Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… Two long journeys, two completely different performances, two different sets of feelings amongst the fans. You couldn’t really get more of a contrast from one day to the next. On Saturday, Swindon capitulated, not too strong a word, at Rochdale. Three days later at Southend, they battled to keep the

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Rochdale 2-2 Swindon: Henry the King of Spotland

Adam Tanner headed to Rochdale, hoping to see the hosts’ playoff hopes beheaded by Swindon Town Despite a tame FA Cup defeat in November, Town had never lost in eight previous league visits to Spotland. Upholding that record would be difficult against a Rochdale side that had managed 39 goals in its previous 22 home games; the division’s second highest

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Safety first…

Former BBC Wiltshire commentator Vic Morgan writes his latest blog for TheWashbag.com… And so we’re safe! At last. It’s been a long and at times pretty miserable season but now we know definitely we’re in League One next season. The last two games of the campaign are a chance to just relax and enjoy the football and reflect on what’s been.

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Swindon Town 2-1 Rochdale: Now we’re grinding out wins

Davy Richards reports on how Swindon Town are finally starting to find some form, and how this 2-1 win over Rochdale showed that even when Town aren’t at their best, they do have the steel to grind out a result. Swindon have come a long way since Martin Ling’s first game in charge. This victory, against the same side that embarrassed

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