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REMEMBER ME? Mehdi Kerrouche

Sam Morshead
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In the latest installment in the series, STEVEN FYFE catches up with former Swindon Town striker Mehdi Kerrouche. Making just 18 appearances will not make you a club legend, but scoring eight goals in that time will make you a fan favourite. French Algerian forward Kerrouche signed for League Two Swindon under Di Canio and his rise and fall was […]

Swindon Town 5-5 Sheffield United: The Contrasting legacy 4 years on

The Sun’s glossy portrayal of Tim Sherwood does a disservice to Swindon fans after his miserable reign

Sam Morshead
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Napoleon had it right. ‘History is a set of lies agreed upon,’ he said. The Little General knew what he was talking about. Narrow victories on the battlefields of Europe were twisted into era-defining triumphs, defeats were never discussed and the French emperor’s image was emboldened through generous portraits in print and on canvas by […]

DAN THE FAN: An In-form Kaiyne Woolery can lead us into playoff picture

TRUST STFC PODCAST: Sherwood out, Flitcroft in

Sam Morshead
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We’re back. After a summer break, the Trust STFC Podcast returns. Presenter WILL WARDROP met up with Daily Mail journalist and former Swindon Advertiser chief sports writer SAM MORSHEAD in the pub in Kensington. On the agenda… Tim Sherwood’s claims that he ‘wasn’t really there’ during his time at Town (thanks Tim!), David Flitcroft’s arrival […]

DAN THE FAN: An In-form Kaiyne Woolery can lead us into playoff picture

Trust chairman calls on fans to share views at May 24 meeting

Sam Morshead
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Trust STFC are calling on supporters to attend a fans’ meeting next week as they continue to develop long and short-term plans of action. The Trust, who recently announced intentions to purchase the County Ground freehold from Swindon Borough Council, say all Town fans are welcome to attend the event which is due to take […]

DAN THE FAN: An In-form Kaiyne Woolery can lead us into playoff picture