Tag Archives: Sheffield United

Vic Morgan: Blunted by the Blades

Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… Things seemed okay about 3.50pm last Saturday afternoon. Swindon had managed to deal with most things the Sheffield United attack had thrown at them and deserved to be level at half time. Things then went from bad to worse. Michael Doughty was replaced by Jermaine Hylton and suddenly the Town

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Vic Morgan: Checking out of the Checkatrade

Former BBC Wiltshire match commentator Vic Morgan writes his weekly blog… It’s over then. Swindon Town’s involvement in the controversial Checkatrade Trophy ended on Tuesday night. It was a game which featured five goals, some of them excellent, including a first for the club from Ellis Iandolo and a great finish from Luke Norris. Now I know this competition has had

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Blades blunted

Former BBC Wiltshire commentator Vic Morgan writes his latest blog for TheWashbag.com… It was set up for an easy home win at Bramall Lane. A converted penalty in the first ten minutes and it looked like Sheffield United were on their way to collecting a regulation three points. But, hold on to your Wiltshire White Horses. The stats told the story

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Sheffield United 1-1 Swindon Town – Yaser’s Back

Swindon Town failed to overturn an early deficit for the first time in three matches and were forced to settle for a point at promotion-chasing Sheffield United. Despite the early setback, and surviving a shaky period at the start of the second half, Luke Williams’ men will feel slightly disappointed not to come away with all three points, writes Joe

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