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DAN THE FAN: Wakeling puts Town back on track

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Ten days on from the wretched performance at Priestfield, Town knew they had to respond with not only three points, but a positive performance for the Town Faithful, and show promotion is firmly the objective in this campaign, and not a pipe dream. Sadly, it wasn’t an ideal start as Sutton United took the lead […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: Lifeless display dents Deadline Day optimism</u></strong>

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With Town enjoying a successful deadline day with five new players optimism had been renewed heading into a big away day with Gillingham, but the Town faithful were again left feeling deflated with a laboured, uninspiring performance. Head Coach Scott Lindsey handed new right-back Marcel Lavinier his debut with attacking midfielder Ronan Darcy making way, […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: McKirdy exit overshadowed by Jephcott’s arrival</u></strong>

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After a mediocre start to the new season, the pressure was on Technical Director Sandro di Michele to deliver on Transfer Deadline Day, and it’s safe to say, he produced the goods. As Town announced five new names to supporters with plenty of drone footage thrown in, Marcel Lavinier, Rushian Hepburn-Murphy, Conor Brann, Luke Jephcott, […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: We all dream of a team of Louis Reed’s</u></strong>

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Half an hour after Town lost to Leyton Orient at the County Ground on April 18th, the Twitter account ‘Out of context Swindon Town’ tweeted, “Am fuming. Left my Walsall ticket on my car window. Just got back to my car and someone has smashed the windows and left 5 more. This was a funny, […]

Swindon Town vs Barrow AFC: Match Preview

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Swindon Town have a chance to end their home campaign on a high and push for that converted play-off spot with a strong performance against Barrow AFC. A win on Tuesday night at home under the lights against already promoted Forest Green Rovers kept the dream alive of a play-off spot come the end of […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: Team heroics keep playoff dream alive</u></strong>

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And breath, In one of the biggest matches seen at the County Ground in many years, 10,458 Town fans in attendance were put through the wringer, as after 97 tense minutes Ben Garner’s side secured three huge points, which sees our chase for the playoffs continue into Saturday. It was vital Town started on the […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: Victims of their own success?</u></strong>

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After nine months of hard work in League Two, the Easter period would play a huge role in whether Swindon can achieve the unthinkable last summer, and have a chance of promotion back to League One at the first attempt. It started perfectly on Good Friday as Town earned all the points in our first […]

TrustSTFC Member Scarves Update

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Over the past three months TrustSTFC board members have been handing out scarves to bronze members or above at home games.  These have gone down really well, with over 350 handed out and it’s great to meet so many members. As part of the feedback we received, a lot of members were keen to donate […]

Swindon Town vs Newport County: Match Preview

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Swindon Town will be looking for a first win in three on Saturday afternoon as they entertain a Newport County side who like their opponents are looking in on the play off positions in league two from the outside. It was another disappointing display away at Rochdale last weekend, Swindon Town will be looking to […]

TrustSTFC AGM Pack 23rd March 2022

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This evening (March 23rd 2022), we held our TrustSTFC Annual General Meeting (AGM) in the Legends Lounge at the County Ground. We had a packed and informative agenda, featuring a Q&A session on the County Ground purchase with Swindon Town Chief Executive Rob Angus. Files and Documents from the AGM evening: AGM Presentation Chairman’s Report and Accounts […]