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Trust STFC chairman Steve Mytton calls for fans to attend AGM and meet The Don

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Swindon Town Supporters’ Trust chairman Steve Mytton has encouraged Robins fans to have a say in their club’s future, starting by attending the organisation’s annual general meeting next month alongside two very special guests. Trust STFC’s AGM is due to take place on March 16 at The Goddard Arms in Old Town, and Town fans young, […]

Fans Meeting – Weds 24th May

TOWN’S BEST EVER TEAM: The mathematical method that has Ossie Ardiles on top

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By Richard Banyard, found of www.swindon-town-fc.co.uk Eagle-eyed visitors to www.swindon-town-fc.co.uk may have noticed, a few years back now, that there was a placeholder on the site ready for a new feature called Predictotron, which never materialised. Predictotron was originally intended to use some of the stats in the database to predict future match results, but after […]

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

SWINDON TOWN REACH GAME NUMBER 4,000: The stats behind a Robins landmark

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By Richard Banyard, founder of www.swindon-town-fc.co.uk One little stat that went past largely unnoticed over the weekend was the fact that the Bristol Rovers game was Swindon’s 4,000th league match since joining in 1920. As always with these things, it’s sometimes a little ambiguous as to what should and shouldn’t be included in the figures […]

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

SAM MORSHEAD: It’s been four years since Di Canio… and the memories of the madcap Italian still live on

Sam Morshead
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Four years ago on Saturday, Paolo Di Canio quit Swindon Town. It was hardly a bolt from the blue… two weeks previously he’d released a statement – via my laptop in a Warminster pub garden – outlining his discontent at the County Ground. Promises, he said, had been broken. He insisted – in his own, […]

Fans Meeting – Weds 24th May

SUPPORTERS DIRECT: Forest Green make £2.5m losses chasing EFL dream

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By Alan Jones Forest Green Rovers made a loss of nearly £2.5 million as they pursued promotion to the EFL, the club’s accounts have revealed. The losses of £2,469,374 – to April 2016 – are down on the previous year but overall losses are in excess of £5.3million. The club, managed by former Swindon boss […]

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