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Vote for your STFC Goal of 2011

As we’ve moved into 2012 it’s a good opportunity to look back on twelve of the best Swindon Town goals of 2011. The list, compiled by Daniel Hunt, comprises eleven different players who have contributed to this selection of towering headers, team goals and individual efforts. Hopefully we haven’t missed out a good’un in this selection as we’ve tried to give even coverage of the whole

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Transfer window chaos – It’s nothing new…

The much maligned transfer window closed at 11pm on Monday. Two windows a season have been a fixture of domestic football throughout Europe now since 2002/2003. They were introduced following requirements for football governing bodies to further conform to European Commission regulations concerning restriction of the movement of players, as many national football associations had different rules and regulations. So the system

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Sean Morrison set to join Reading

I’m surprised we’re talking about Morrison leaving Swindon Town before Austin flies the Robin’s nest… Today Town confirmed reports that Reading’s £250,000 offer for the 20 year old central defender has been accepted, as this met a release clause insisted by Morrison when he last renewed terms. Chairman Andrew Fitton said to the Adver: “I expect he (Morrison) will become

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2010 STFC Review: October

After vastly improved performances in September, Town were brought back down to earth with defeat at League One new boys Dagenham & Redbridge. An early Dossevi goal couldn’t inspire Town to build on their advantage, falling to a 2-1 loss in the first ever League match between the two sides. The result was the biggest win the the history of

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Town v Colchester: Officials Nearly Cost Town 3 Points

Colchester United lost 2-1 at The County Ground in a match marred by refereeing errors and serious oversights, however the quality of the football fortunately didn’t suffer as Town finally found the gear we’ve been lacking over recent weeks. After Wilson went ‘back to basics’ at Plymouth, a decision he really should have  made weeks earlier, the line-up was certainly better

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At Last… The First League Win of the Season!

I never doubted our ability to eventually deliver and we certainly deserved the 3 points against a rudderless Southampton, whose arrogant and deluded management and fans need to realise they are a League One club. It was a tight affair with possession 49/51 in favour of Southampton. Chances were limited with an equal amount of shots on and off target. It was only in

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