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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 […]

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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 […]

DAN THE FAN: Small play-off hopes blown away by lacklustre Town

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

Sam Morshead
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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 […]

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FOUR GAMES FROM MEMORY LANE: Peterborough United

Sam Morshead
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The first in an irregular series sees Swindon Town fan ROB FRANCIS pop in the TrustSTFC.tv time machine to revisit games past. Ahead of the visit of Peterborough to the County Ground this weekend, it’s Posh who fall under Rob’s microscope… 1. Swindon Town 1-1 Peterborough United, FA Cup Second Round, December 10, 1955 The first […]

DAN THE FAN: Small play-off hopes blown away by lacklustre Town