If there is any positive to come from being relegated it is usually that the talented youngsters in your squad get a chance to be first team regulars, that sadly has not proved to be the case (yet) for Tom Smith. My worry is, at best, he is going to become our Oxlade-Chamberlain. At time … More Do Town have their own Ox?
This relegation hurts. This relegation hurts a lot. This hurts for many reasons. It hurts because unlike others it has not been caused by a dire financial situation. It hurts because for the first time in a long-time Oxford can legitimately laugh at us. It hurts as, for the most part, nobody within the club … More We Go Again
In modern football there are few examples of one club stars but at Swindon we have, potentially, someone who could fit that bill. Skipper Nathan Thompson has just made his 150th start for The Robins, The game in which he achieved the feat is under debate, the ever reliable Swindon-Town-fc.co.uk have it as being … More A Tribute to Thompson – Captain, Leader, Legend
Last season we witnessed another highly entertaining and for the most part high quality League One season. Relegated Wigan made a triumphant return to The Championship by winning the league despite a slow start. They were joined by Burton who gained promotion to the second tier for the first time. An amazing run after … More Skybet League 1 Preview 2016/17
Taken from Harchester.net To coin a phrase from arguably my favourite song of this year, ‘once I was seven years old’. I would like to think I was a regular seven year old too. I had started playing my Sega Megadrive, I was flitting between Dexters Lab on Cartoon Network and Doug on Nickelodeon … More Time to awaken The Dragons?
Anyone who knows me will tell you I am football mad. Aside from my son and my wife, my family and friends, football is probably the most important thing in my life. I am devoted to Swindon Town, I can watch any match of any standard with any team. I enjoy playing it (although I … More What happened to the heroes of Championship Manager 01/02?
On Tuesday March 15th the Football League announced its nominations for Apprentice of the Year 2016. Much to the delight of the fans, staff and player himself, Swindon’s Tom Smith is one of the three nominated. I am grateful that one of Towns newest starlets took the time to speak to me as I … More Getting to know you better – Tom Smith
This season Swindon Town fans have lost two absolute gems. Thankfully not in a morbid way but today Flic reporter Andrew Steele-Davis announced he is being made redundant and from the end of Feb will no longer be our go to guy for all things STFC. This comes in the same season that the much … More A Thank You that needs to be said
The transfer window is wide open and Town fans have every right to expect a busy month. There are many situations that need resolving and just as many deals to be done. A turn of form under Martin Ling made a few whispers of a playoff push, is that realistic ambition? Does Lee Power and … More An STFC view on the January Window
Swindon vs Shrewsbury & Gillingham Festive Fixtures Preview – http://wp.me/pLVeZ-6cr Some pre match build up I wrote ahead of Towns 2 upcoming games