THIS week a man who couldn’t get a game in the Conference last season and a Sydneysider who became a stranger in his own country both made their international debuts – and Swindon Town can take great credit. FULL ARTICLE AT Swindon Advertiser
FOOTBALLERS are so institutionalised by their sport that many of them stick with it in some capacity well beyond the end of their playing careers - as managers, coaches, scouts, commentators, writers and pundits. FULL ARTICLE AT Swindon Advertiser
PARENTS who wish to send their children to a new Catholic primary school in Swindon town centre in September can now apply to do so, following an announcement by the Government. FULL ARTICLE AT Swindon Advertiser
Swindon Town Football Club is an English football club based in Swindon, Wiltshire, who currently play in League One. The club's home ground is the County Ground, which has an all-seated capacity of 15,728.
Since turning professional in 1894, the club has enjoyed periods of proud success, most notably, during the period 1968–1970 when they won the 1969 League Cup (defeating Arsenal at Wembley... Full
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