Tag Archives: Tyrell Belford

Belford, boos and angry fans

Alex Cooke reflects on a night when the ’12th man’ turned on the youngest, most inexperienced of the 11 boys. A 19-year-old ‘keeper miss-hits a clearance. BOOOOO! A 19-year-old ’keeper, making his second ever League start, hits the ball straight into touch. BOOOOO! An increasingly nervous 19-year-old-‘keeper, making his second ever League start and 10-minutes into his home debut, kicks

Read more

Leyton Orient 2-0 Swindon Town: Two penalty goals sink Town

Following what some have referred to as the “worst performance in years”, Swindon Town were slightly less than convincing in a 2-0 defeat away at Leyton Orient, with two penalties the difference between the sides, reports first-time contributor Nick John. With eight first-team players out of the side through injury or suspension it was always going to be a difficult

Read more

Paint Pot-ty…

It’s Friday, so it must be time for the latest blog by BBC Devon’s Vic Morgan. So then here we go just a couple of games from another trip to that Wem-ber-lee. I know we have the little matter of two matches against Peterborough to go through first, but don’t tell me you haven’t thought of getting back to the big arch and

Read more

Macclesfield Town 4-0 Swindon Town: A Steaming Pile Of…

Macclesfield Town’s four goal margin of victory in the FA Cup 1st Round was Swindon Town’s heaviest post-war defeat to a ‘non-league’ side. Daniel Hunt has the uneviable position of writing the match report… Let’s get one thing clear straight away, this wasn’t a cup upset at Moss Rose. Mark Cooper’s Swindon Town were the victims of a good old

Read more

Swindon Town 2-1 Plymouth Argyle: A step closer to Wembley…

Swindon Town came from behind against a lacklustre Plymouth Argyle to progress to the last sixteen of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Goals from Jack Barthram and Nicky Ajose cancelled out Andre Blackman’s early deflected strike, in a game in which three Swindon players made their professional debuts. Report by Lee Clark. Swindon used their maximum allowed changes and one more,

Read more
Recent Entries »