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Leyton Orient 1-2 Swindon Town: To wax or to net three points, that was the question

When Swindon have shown up at Brisbane Road, now known as the Matchroom Stadium but still actually on Brisbane Road E10, on the past four occasions, we have left again with nothing. It doesn’t take much to keep fans away on that basis, but on Saturday, as the rain drove nearly 1,200 Town fans eastwards, eventually the sun came out and Mark Cooper’s boys sealed a third successive win on the road in the league this season. Writes Anna Tuersley.

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New deal…or no deal?

Following on from the release of Alan O’Brien and Thomas Dossevi, there are nine other Swindon Town players out of contract at the end of the season. We all know about Alan Sheehan’s lack of commitment to the club after going without permission to play for Preston North End in a trial match, but what about the rest, do they

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Town v Dag & Red: More points lost

As Swindon Town were denied a blatant penalty in the dying moments of Saturday’s game, it ended a perfect opportunity to gain an advantage on our relegation rivals as results elsewhere all went in our favour. Paul Caddis was clearly fouled by two Dagenham & Redbridge defenders, yet bizarely referee Sutton or even his well-sighted assistant didn’t see fit to award the penalty.

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One Town goal, two huddles and three points lost

I didn’t travel to Essex to watch Town at Colchester, so a big thanks to regular Washbag contributor STFC007 for his thoughts and reflections on the game. After last year’s 3-0 away defeat at the hands of Colchester in their dreary stadium, I vowed that I would not return here for this season’s encounter. However, I felt quite positive all week that

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