Tag Archives: Scunthorpe United

Iron Failings…

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest weekly review by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. It’s been a bit of a disappointing week hasn’t it. While last weekends defeat at Scunthorpe United wasn’t as bad as it could have been, results over the past few days mean Swindon have slipped off the League One pace. The game at Glanford

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Swindon 3-1 Scunthorpe Utd: Town deliver a winning start

Swindon Town kicked-off their 2014/2015 campaign with a fully deserved home win. There was some great football on display at times at the County Ground, but a more clinical opposition attack would’ve capitalised on our current defensive frailties reports STFC007. After several key players have left the County Ground since May, it was only Jay McEveley and Jack Stephens who

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50 Years On: 1963/64 December – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane will be taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike continues with a review of December 1963… Top of the Charts – I Want to Hold Your Hand – The Beatles After a fairly dismal November where we’d not

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50 Years On: 1963/64 August – Swindon in the big time for the first time

Throughout this season Mike Minihane will be taking a look back at Swindon Town’s first season in the ‘big time’, following the promotion to Division Two for the 1963/64 season. Mike starts with a review of August 1963 which included games against Scunthorpe United, Grimsby Town and Portsmouth… Prime Minister – Alec Douglas-Home (as a 15 year old schoolboy I

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Press Watch – Scunny Bunny, Sculpture Culture and Embargos…ermm…Schmbargos

Welcome to Press Watch, the Washbag’s sideways glance at all things Town related in the media. If you see anything remotely concerning Swindon Town in the worlds media get in contact with me via Twitter @mrbraindown Apologies, apologies readers, this week’s Press Watch is a little light on content, to be fair it’s always been very light on substance, but

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