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Swindon boss Phil Brown disappointed not to open home account with victory

Posted Saturday, March 31, 2018 by PA46 hits

Phil Brown was disappointed his side could not claim victory on his home debut as Swindon manager after drawing 1-1 with Morecambe. Callum Lang had put Morecombe ahead with his eighth goal of the season, before Luke Norris won and scored a controversial penalty to give the hosts a share of the spoils.“Today we had to roll our sleeves up and get something from the match,” Brown said.&...Full Story »

Luke Norris penalty earns Swindon share of the spoils against Morecambe

Posted Saturday, March 31, 2018 by PA34 hits

Luke Norris scored a second-half penalty to cancel out Callum Lang’s eighth goal of the season as Morecambe and Swindon played out a 1-1 draw at County Ground.Lang beat the offside trap and coolly slotted past Stuart Moore in the first half before Norris scored from the spot, as Phil Brown’s first home game in charge of the Robins ended in a draw. Morecambe were forced into an early...Full Story »

Ollie Banks back in the mix for Swindon

Posted Thursday, March 29, 2018 by PA36 hits

Swindon midfielder Ollie Banks could return in Friday’s League Two clash with Morecambe after sitting out for almost five weeks through suspension.Banks was handed a three-match ban after being sent off in a 2-1 league defeat at Chesterfield on February 24, but postponements have extended his time on the sidelines.Goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook could also be involved after returning to trai...Full Story »

Tisdale praises Exeter display in win over Swindon

Posted Sunday, March 25, 2018 by PA38 hits

Exeter manager Paul Tisdale hailed the character of his side as they fought back from a goal down to beat Swindon 3-1 in a crunch clash at St James Park. Kaiyne Woolery gave Swindon the lead only for the Grecians to hit back with goals from Jake Taylor and Pierce Sweeney, who netted from the penalty spot after Dean Moxey had been fouled. Jayden Stockley wrapped things up with a late third to mov...Full Story »

Exeter boost promotion hopes with win over Swindon

Posted Sunday, March 25, 2018 by PA23 hits

Exeter picked up three huge points in the race for promotion from League Two and put a dent in Swindon’s hopes with a 3-1 win at St James Park. Swindon went in front after 27 minutes when Kaiyne Woolery capitalised on some shoddy defending to calmly slot the ball past Exeter goalkeeper Christy Pym from six yards. Jayden Stockley then had a goal disallowed for Exeter, who equalised in the 3...Full Story »

Troy Archibald-Henville could face Swindon

Posted Thursday, March 22, 2018 by PA42 hits

Troy Archibald-Henville could feature for Exeter when they take on his former club Swindon.The defender missed the trip to Port Vale on Tuesday with a knee problem but is expected to be fit for the weekend.Luke Croll made his first appearance since January in midweek, coming on as a substitute, and will be hoping for more minutes.Captain Jordan Moore-Taylor is likely to miss the rest of the seas...Full Story »

Phil Brown revels in Swindon victory after winning start as new boss

Posted Sunday, March 18, 2018 by PA46 hits

New Swindon manager Phil Brown revelled in his side’s victory at Cambridge in his first game in charge. Headers by Luke Norris and Marc Richards set the Robins on the way to a deserved 3-1 victory, and Richards converted a penalty late on to seal the result after Uche Ikpeazu had reduced the deficit 17 minutes from time. Asked what impressed him most about his new players, Brown said: &ldq...Full Story »

Phil Brown starts Swindon era with victory at Cambridge

Posted Sunday, March 18, 2018 by PA32 hits

Phil Brown guided Swindon to a 3-1 win at Cambridge in his first game as manager.Luke Norris put the Robins ahead after 16 minutes when he headed home Chris Hussey’s left-wing cross, and the striker should have doubled the lead shortly afterwards but his header was straight at goalkeeper David Forde.Cambridge almost equalised on the stroke of half time when Jevani Brown’s corner fell...Full Story »

Matt Taylor insists Swindon will bounce back

Posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 by PA36 hits

Swindon interim manager Matt Taylor insisted his side would pick themselves up again after suffering a 3-0 defeat to Cheltenham in his first game in charge.Jake Andrews’ stunning free-kick and a brace from top scorer Mohamed Eisa ensured Cheltenham left the County Ground with all three points, and Taylor said afterwards that the whole team were down in the dressing room.“We started t...Full Story »

Mohamed Eisa at the double as Cheltenham down Swindon

Posted Sunday, March 11, 2018 by PA38 hits

Jake Andrews’ stunning free-kick and a brace from Mohamed Eisa condemned Matt Taylor to a losing start as Swindon interim manager, as Cheltenham beat the play-off hopefuls 3-0 at the County Ground.Luke Norris squandered a good chance for the hosts early on when he had time to bring down Taylor’s corner and fire a shot towards goal, which was blocked by Andrews.Cheltenham grew into th...Full Story »

Swindon vs Cheltenham Town - Matty Taylor could play himself against Cheltenham

Posted Friday, March 09, 2018 by PA64 hits

Interim boss Matty Taylor could play himself when Swindon host Cheltenham in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday.Midfielder Ollie Banks is suspended following his sending-off in the 2-1 defeat at Chesterfield.Defender Chris Hussey has returned to training following a long-standing groin problem, but could be in the squad.Midfielder Donal McDermott has suffered another undisclosed injury blow, while m...Full Story »

Swindon vs Yeovil Town - Swindon begin life without David Flitcroft against Yeovil

Posted Friday, March 02, 2018 by PA69 hits

Caretaker Swindon boss Matt Taylor will take charge for the first time as the Robins host Yeovil on Saturday.Taylor was handed the reins on a temporary basis on Thursday following David Flitcroft’s resignation, along with that of his assistant Ben Futcher, to take over at League Two rivals Mansfield.Midfielder Ollie Banks is suspended following his sending-off in last weekend’s 2-1 d...Full Story »

Chesterfield boost survival hopes with win over Swindon

Posted Sunday, February 25, 2018 by PA16 hits

Chesterfield ended a run of four defeats with a 2-1 win over Swindon to boost their hopes of staying in the Football League.Chris O’Grady’s second league goal of the season and Andy Kellett’s strike was enough despite Rollin Menayese’s header after Swindon had Ollie Banks sent off.Chesterfield scored with their first attack when Kellett’s cross was pushed out by Rei...Full Story »

George Smith set to boost Chesterfield against Swindon

Posted Friday, February 23, 2018 by PA39 hits

George Smith hopes to make a belated Chesterfield debut at home to Swindon on Saturday.The 21-year-old left-back joined the Spireites from Northampton in January, but has been unable to train fully until this week because of an ankle problem.Chesterfield hope their lengthy injury list eases with four straight defeats dropping them into the bottom two.Zavon Hines, Dylan Mottley-Henry and Louis Do...Full Story »

Flitcroft proud of Swindon’s ‘gutsy’ victory over Port Vale

Posted Sunday, February 18, 2018 by PA48 hits

Swindon manager David Flitcroft was pleased with his team’s “gutsy” performance after substitute Paul Mullin’s late strike ensured the Robins beat Port Vale 3-2 at the County Ground.The striker scored two minutes from time for the hosts, who recorded a fifth straight home win to cement their place in the League Two play-off spots.Flitcroft was pleased with his side’...Full Story »

Late Paul Mullin goal sees Swindon edge out Port Vale

Posted Sunday, February 18, 2018 by PA36 hits

Substitute Paul Mullin scored a late winner for promotion-chasing Swindon as they edged past Port Vale 3-2 at the County Ground.The Valiants thought they had taken the lead inside four minutes when Nathan Smith powered home but the goal was disallowed for offside.Neil Aspin’s side went ahead when Tom Pope headed David Worrall’s free-kick across the six-yard box and Michael Tonge was ...Full Story »

Matt Preston set to miss Swindon meeting with Port Vale

Posted Friday, February 16, 2018 by PA39 hits

Swindon are likely to be without Matt Preston for the visit of Port Vale.The defender was missing for Tuesday’s defeat to Wycombe and will undergo a scan on a knee injury on Friday, with boss David Flitcroft fearful he could be set for a spell on the sidelines.It means Olly Lancashire may be required again despite an ankle issue that could need a pre-match injection.Midfielder Kellan Gordo...Full Story »

Midfielder Luke O’Nien returns as Wycombe face Swindon

Posted Monday, February 12, 2018 by PA59 hits

Wycombe will welcome back midfielder Luke O’Nien for the Sky Bet League Two clash with promotion rivals Swindon.O’Nien missed Saturday’s game at Exeter through suspension following his dismissal in the dramatic win over Carlisle.Dan Scarr is doubtful after he was forced off after just 15 minutes against the Grecians with a hamstring injury so Nathan McGinley is likely to come i...Full Story »

Matt Taylor strike sees Swindon end Mansfield run

Posted Sunday, February 11, 2018 by PA15 hits

Matt Taylor finished off a wonderful team goal as Swindon overcame promotion rivals Mansfield 1-0 at the County Ground.Taylor powered home the winner following good work from Keshi Anderson and Timi Elsnik in a swift Robins’ counter attack.Swindon’s victory ended Mansfield’s nine-match unbeaten run in League Two and saw David Flitcroft’s side leapfrog the Stags.The away s...Full Story »

Accrington up to third after beating 10-man Swindon

Posted Wednesday, February 07, 2018 by PA47 hits

Accrington moved up to third spot in Sky Bet League Two as Billy Kee and Kayden Jackson grabbed the goals in a 2-1 win over 10-man Swindon.Kee celebrated his 19th league goal of the season from the penalty spot while Jackson fired home in the second half to make it six wins in seven games for Stanley.New signing Marc Richards got one back for Swindon but Kellan Gordon saw red after 75 minutes to...Full Story »

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