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Posted on 6:00am Friday 13th December 2013
On Tuesday night Swindon reached the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area Final after a 3-1-penalty shootout win over Stevenage, the second time in three seasons Town have reached this stage of the competition.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 6th December 2013
Despite Town’s return to winning way last Saturday, it’s been the tug of war action in the boardroom that made all the headlines.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 29th November 2013
AFTER Town’s humiliation at the hands of Leyton Orient last Saturday, Mark Cooper’s side earned a credible draw in an eventless game away at Crawley.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 22nd November 2013
MARK Cooper’s tactical gamble paid off for Town at Colchester last weekend.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 15th November 2013
TOWN started to repair the damage of their humiliation at Macclesfield as they progressed into the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Area semi-finals after beating League Two side Wycombe on Tuesday.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 8th November 2013
Town bounced back in style last Saturday as they easily brushed aside Port Vale at the County Ground.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 1st November 2013
Whenever you come into a season as a fan you normally have a rough idea of what would be a successful season, be that survival, mid-table, a play-off place or automatic promotion.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 25th October 2013
TUESDAY’S defeat to Walsall – the first at home in the league this season – doesn’t change the fact that the club have enjoyed a great start to the season.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 11th October 2013
DESPITE Town’s decent start to the season, there are still plenty of fans that need convincing on the team’s style of play.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 4th October 2013
An own goal in football brings out contrasting feelings in football fans – if it goes in your favour, it’s hilarious, but if it goes against you, it makes you feel numb.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 27th September 2013
WE GOT to experience a glance at the glamour and glitz of the Premier League with the visit of former European champions Chelsea on Tuesday.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 20th September 2013
A HEINOUS, unjust crime took place at Molineux last Saturday.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 13th September 2013
WATCHING Town take on Milton Keynes last Saturday, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from Mark Cooper’s side.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 6th September 2013
WHAT with dumping QPR out the Capital One Cup and being handed a glamour tie against Chelsea, August has ended on a near-perfect note on and off the pitch.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 23rd August 2013
When Cooper’s name was mentioned I winced at the idea but after watching Town this season, I have started to come round.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 16th August 2013
When the season kicked off a couple of weeks ago many fans and pundits were writing off Swindon’s chances of survival, let alone any hope of a top-six finish.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 31st May 2013
The final has gone down in history as one of the most enthralling games ever played at the old Empire Stadium.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 17th May 2013
WITH the dust now settling on another crazy Town campaign. I've been reviewing how the squad performed.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 10th May 2013
When Aden Flint powered his header over the line in the 95 minute, it felt like having 1,800 people being told they had won the lottery.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 3rd May 2013
When someone has seen me ecstatic or in total despair after a Town game,I’ve been asked ‘why do you care so much?’ or even the receiving end of the toe-curling phrase ‘it’s only a game’.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 26th April 2013
THE famous phase “it’s better late than never” seemed to be apt on Saturday afternoon.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 12th April 2013
ANOTHER game goes by and it seems to be the same issues for Kevin MacDonald and his team.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 5th April 2013
SOMETIMES experiencing a mental block can be hugely embarrassing.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 29th March 2013
AS TOWN struggled once again at home last Saturday, it was hard to believe that it is nearly the same side that scored fourteen goals in three games at one point this season.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 22nd March 2013
AS JAMES Collins flung his shirt in the air and did his best Mario Balotelli impression, a huge sigh of relief could be heard from all Town fans.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 15th March 2013
In the last week Town have faced two sides vying with us in the promotion race – and twice we’ve come up short.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 1st March 2013
The consortium led by new Chairman Jed McCrory has been given a unique opportunity at Swindon Town.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 22nd February 2013
TWENTY-one months ago former Town chairman Jeremy Wray took a massive gamble.
Posted on 6:00am Tuesday 19th February 2013
HE had built a fantastic rapport with the Town faithful with his actions and his words; a simple gesture of holding up his scarf after games has become an iconic image of his tenure at the club.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 15th February 2013
Hopefully by Monday the clubs long awaited takeover would have been completed so some new faces can be signed up, especially on both sides of midfield.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 8th February 2013
AFTER a messy week off the pitch, amazingly Paolo Di Canio’s team still managed to stay focused on the clubs automatic promotion dream.
Posted on 7:00am Friday 1st February 2013
TWO weeks after Andrew Black said he wanted to sell up, Town announced on Wednesday night that they finally have new owners.
Posted on 11:38pm Thursday 31st January 2013
SWINDON'S unbeaten run reached eight games on Tuesday night after a disappointing night in east London.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 11th January 2013
After watching Paolo Di Canio’s men take apart three teams 5-0, 5-0 and 4-0 in recent weeks you can’t help but let yourself think promotion back to the Championship is a reasonable ambition this season.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 4th January 2013
TOWN'S impressive 5-0 win over relegation candidates Portsmouth completed an impressive Christmas that saw Town play two games, score ten and not concede a goal.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 28th December 2012
LAST Friday was a truly unique day for Swindon fans, in its 116-year history I don’t think the County Ground had ever witnessed Town going 4-0 up over the league leaders before half time.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 21st December 2012
FOR the sixth time this season Town arrived back at the County Ground with the three points after another successful away day.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 14th December 2012
FOR the seventh time this season Swindon failed to win at home in the league, which now leaves us with second worst record in the top half of the table.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 7th December 2012
WITH us just a few weeks away from the halfway point in the season, I thought we would hand out a few awards and have a look at the season so far.
Posted on 6:00am Friday 30th November 2012
AFTER Town’s second defeat in a week manager Paolo Di Canio once again emphasized he didn’t expect his side to be challenging for promotion this season.