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<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: The Lindsay Era has begun</u></strong>

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Finally, after weeks and weeks of looking at social media daily, pointlessly browsing betting odds, and endless rumours of different names from the footballing world, Swindon Town have announced Ben Garner’s replacement twelve days after he left the club. With Assistant Manager Scott Lindsay making the step up to First Team Head Coach, on a […]

<strong><u>Trust Review of STFC Accounts 2020-2021</u></strong>

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STFC has released the latest year accounts from June 2020 to May 2021.  The accounts relate to the last year that the old regime was in control, with the takeover being completed in July 2021. Overall, the details in the accounts are limited, which makes a detailed analysis of the accounts not possible.  However, we […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: End of Season Awards 21/22</u></strong>

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After yesterday’s article, where we looked at each player and their contributions to our overachievement this season, I want to look at a couple of players who deserve special recognition for their performance this season. Before we look at these players, news from the South London Press broke last night that Head Coach Ben Garner […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: Player Ratings 21/22</u></strong>

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With our promotion hopes coming to an end last week, it’s time we said goodbye to the 2021/22 season, a campaign that started in ruins and uncertainty but ended with the fans being proud of their club again and excited for the future ahead.  With the retained and released list announced yesterday, we have some […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: Penalty heartbreak won’t eclipse superb campaign</u></strong>

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Firstly, if you’re reading this, you’re a much stronger human being than me, as I certainly don’t want to be reliving our playoff campaign. After such a long, memorable, entertaining ten months, the 21/22 campaign ended in penalty heartbreak. Looking at both games, there wasn’t much between the two sides, as Swindon was the better […]

Swindon vs Port Vale: Playoff Preview

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We are just three games from Wembley, as the League Two play-offs kick off on Saturday and Sunday. Swindon Town take on Port Vale on the Sunday lunch time kick off looking for a positive result to take to Vale Park on Thursday evening. It was relatively straight forward for the Robins last Saturday away […]

<strong><u>DAN THE FAN: Bescot takeover inspires Town to playoffs</u></strong>

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Another extraordinary away day showing from Ben Garner’s side sees this unforgettable season extended by at least two more games, as 3,590 Town fans took over the Bescot Stadium in one of the best atmospheres I’ve witnessed following the club. From start to finish, the amazing away support didn’t stop singing and cheering on their […]

Walsall vs Swindon Town: Match Preview

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Nervous, anxious, excited, all the above. Swindon travel to Walsall for the final league game of the season backed by over 3,500 away supporters with a slim outside chance of automatic promotion. Only if results miraculously go in our favour, us Swindon fans can dream. Swindon Town sneaked into the play-off picture in the final […]

Swindon Town vs Forest Green Rovers

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We are coming into the final three games of the League Two season, it is the final midweek fixture under the lights as Swindon Town take on league leaders Forest Green Rovers. Swindon Town do have a final home game against Barrow on Saturday afternoon before rounding the season out away at Walsall. They are […]

Hartlepool United vs Swindon Town: Match Preview

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After a disappointing home defeat to Leyton Orient on Monday afternoon, Swindon Town will be aiming to put the play-off ambition on track with an improved performance away to Hartlepool United. It feels in the last month that it is one step forward and two steps back with the Swindon town side, we were in […]