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DAN THE FAN: Town’s Big Friendly German continues to impress

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In a week where most of the talk had been surrounding Town’s forward line, it was a tactical change at the back that had people talking at the County Ground on Saturday. Despite going into half-time 1-0 up Richie Wellens’ side had been second best for the majority of the first 45 minutes, it was […]

DAN THE FAN: Will Ginger Pele be following Swindon’s Seedorf?

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Despite conceding in the last couple of minutes last Saturday and having to share the points with our visitors there were far more positives than negatives emerging from the 90 minutes. The biggest improvement coming from substitute defender Tom Broadbent, when Zeki Fryers had to come off injured many Town fans including myself groaned when […]

DAN THE FAN: No Centre-backs? No Problem!

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After the disappointing end to the last decade at Vale, Park Town responded perfectly with what felt like a season-defining result and performance at Home Park. As the dust settles on one of the busiest periods of the season with just over half the campaign in the record books Richie Wellens’ side sits six points […]

DAN THE FAN: Best/Worst Matches of the Decade

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With the 2010s coming to an end in a couple of weeks let’s look back over the decade and pick out some of the memorable players, managers, moments and matches that have entertained and horrified in equal measure, This week we’re looking at the best and worst matches from the past 10 years. We’ll look […]

December 2019 Trust Newsletter

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It has been over nine months since we came together with Swindon Town Football Club and Swindon Borough Council to announce the County Ground purchase campaign, but fast forward through a Spring, Summer and Autumn of legal paperwork and Joint Venture development, and we arrive at the end of the year in mid-Winter and very […]

DAN THE FAN: Team of the Decade

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With the 2010s coming to an end in a couple of weeks let’s look back over the decade and pick out some of the memorable players, managers, moments and matches that have entertained and horrified in equal measure, This week I’ve started with my best eleven, with some honorable mentions included. When thinking about what […]

DAN THE FAN: Would Isgrove help or hinder an in-form Town side?

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Town’s impressive form continues to turn heads as they made it six straight wins to maintain their spot at the summit of League Two with a comprehensive victory against Grimsby Town. Despite a couple of the goals not likely to pop up on any greatest goals ever scored YouTube completion video, Town fully deserved all […]

DAN THE FAN: Caddis proving he’s more than a nostalgia act

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After the disappointment of exiting the F.A Cup last week Richie Wellens’ side knew they had to respond quickly and maintain their place at the top of League Two, and thanks to the most lethal finisher currently in European football, a new arrival at right-back and a big friendly German, Town got the job done. […]

DAN THE FAN: A view into January?

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It’s often said that the international break is a dull time of the football calendar but for Town and their supporters it’s been anything but with a superb performance and result at Salford to lift us to the summit of League Two, the return of Paul Caddis after a six-year absence and an unfortunate cup […]

FSA Launches The Fans’ Manifesto

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The Football Supporters Association (FSA), is the national, democratic, representative body for football supporters in England and Wales. The FSA are the leading advocates for supporter ownership, better fan engagement, cheaper ticket prices, the choice to stand at the match, protecting fan rights, good governance, diversity, and all types of supporter empowerment. You can read […]