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Yeovil Town 0 Swindon 2: Town back on track for promotion

Televised penalty specialist, Adam Rooney, and second half substitute, James Collins, scored crucial late goals to take Swindon back up to third in the League One table. Daniel Hunt gives his view from the sofa… The 0-2 score line didn’t flatter a Swindon Town side who dominated the second half on a cut-up Huish Park pitch. Kevin MacDonald’s red and

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Colchester United 0 Swindon 1: The top two firmly within sights

We welcome new TheWashbag contributor Lee Clark, who traveled to Essex to watch Swindon Town move within two points of the League One leaders with a deserved victory over struggling Colchester United.  Swindon came into the game with a threadbare side after illness and injuries swept through the squad, but were comfortable in a game which was settled when James Collins

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AFC Bournemouth 1 Swindon 1: Wet, Wet, Wet…

Swindon salvaged a valuable and deserved point at a rain soaked Dean Court, writes Richard Baynard. Town’s goal from Andy Williams followed a weak clearance from Bournemouth keeper David James, levelling the game with just five minutes remaining. The result was really no more than Swindon warranted overall, but after going in at half time one down having been on

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Press Watch – Beatings, Fitness DVDs and Farewell to the Quiff

Welcome to Press Watch by Brendan Hobbs, TheWashbag’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 A kinky sado-masochistic dominatrix once told me: “There’s nothing better in life than dishing out a walloping in the comfort of your

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Swindon 4 Carlisle United 0: Rampant Robins Hit Carlisle For Four

After thrashing both Tranmere and Portsmouth 5-0 in their previous two home games, Swindon Town came into this clash with Carlisle looking to carry on their recent fine form and extend their unbeaten run to five straight games. Goals from the in-form pairing of James Collins and Andy Williams and one from Raffaele De Vita ensured Town continued their fine

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