Tag Archives: Scott Cuthbert

Player of the Year?

The Swindon Advertiser Player of the Year voting closed Thursday night, my vote being cast and awaiting the result at the Brentford game on Saturday, I’d thought I’d share my thoughts on who I think deserves to win the coverted title. For once it has been a tough decision. The team have largely performed so well over the course of

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Town v Wycombe

I’ve been away on holiday for the past couple of days, so I completely missed the Wycombe game and followed the closing 20 minutes on BBC Score. Fortunately Iain was at the game, so thanks for this excellent match report. Town’s bid for second spot was realistically ended after a disappointing 2-2 draw at relegation-threatened Wycombe.  With Leeds and Millwall both winning

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Town v Walsall

Once again Town fans were left wondering why the overall dominance couldn’t be converted into a win, as Town go three games without a victory. Like Exeter on Monday night, it was a goal just before half time that gave Walsall the important lead. An important lead because as readers will be aware, Town have not won a game this season

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Swindon to Sign Ferry

During the commentary on the 3-0 victory over a happless Leeds United this afternoon, Town Chairman Andrew Fitton revealed he is planning a trip to Scotland next weekend to watch Celtic and meet with their Board to ‘cememt our relationship’. Following Tony Mowbray leaving Parkhead two weeks ago, Town need to work to retain the positive partnership between the two clubs,

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Town v Southampton

I couldn’t get to the Southampton game last night, so a big thanks to Iain for this excellent write up. Swindon’s final game in hand couldn’t really have been a much trickier proposition.  Southampton had won their last 7 games in the league at St Mary’s, scoring 23 goals in the process.  Town came into the game with some confidence

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‘Good goals’?

In an interview on BBC Radio Kent, Gillingham manager Mark Stimson questioned the quality of Swindon’s goals on Saturday, stating his team had conceded “three not good goals”. The first goal, finished with good control, quick turn and low shot from Austin, capped a well worked move through the centre of the pitch. The second goal, a header by Cuthbert

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