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Referees: Only accountable to themselves

We bet you’ve watched the penalty incident at Crawley Town several times now and, like you, Ron Smith can’t believe his eyes…

If I must describe it, in the 51st minute, Crawley’s ‘keeper Jensen’s route-one clearance over the defence was perfectly timed to undo Town on the counter-attack. 508 more words

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Joel Chianese: Who Are Ya?

Australian based Swindon Town fan and illustrator David Squires gives a first-hand account of watching new trialist Joel Chianese, a striker who is looking for a new club after being released from Sydney FC. 864 more words

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Why shouldn't we read too much into the opening-day result?

Here’s a bunch of statistics about the opening game of the season, results, sequences and their impact or otherwise on final league positions. Also I’m keen to hear your favourite opening game of the season, please use the comment box below…  420 more words

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'Tis the season to be cautious at Swindon Town...

Alex Cooke clicked 14th place for Town’s finish in our prediction poll, here he justifies why he’s feeling a bit cautious.

It is not the kind of stuff to get you fully engorged, is it? 650 more words

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Nicky Ajose Joins Leeds

Leeds have today confirmed their second signing in as many days with 22 year old striker Nicky Ajose signing a three year deal at Elland Road, arriving from League One side Peterborough United. 219 more words

Mo Shariff Joins City

Abadalla Mohamed Shariff Join Bradford City

Mo Shariff has today signed on non contract terms with Bradford City, his move to the Coral Windows Stadium comes after Shariff impressed whilst on trial with the club. 155 more words

Washbag Podcast: Episode 33 - 2014/15 Season Preview

Episode #33 of TheWashbag.com Swindon Town FC Podcast is now available to download…

Host Ron Smith is joined by three guests to discuss our preview to the 2014/15 season – Swindon Advertiser Chief Sports Writer Sam Morshead, FLICWiltshire’s Sport Editor Andrew Steele-Davis and Town fan Iain Watkins. 191 more words

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