All posts tagged with: Swindon Town

Swindon v Exeter: taking chances

Exeter could have scored more than just the one goal in their victory over Cambridge last week. After Reuben Reid tucked away the rebound from his fifth minute penalty, Liam McAlinden missed two good chances, Lloyd James one while David Wheeler hit the post with his header. The Grecians might have had slices of luck… Read more →

Swindon Town Season Preview: lessons learnt?

The phrase ‘every cloud’ is particularly apt at the County Ground right now. Although Swindon Town suffered relegation back to the fourth tier, that failure diminished chairman Lee Power’s mandate to persist with the same, flawed, ultra youth-centred philosophy. Can this fresh approach help the Robins get back on the up? Supporter Ben Nicholls has his say. You were relegated… Read more →

Will Sharpe strengthen Swindon?

Swindon Town’s signing of Rhys Sharpe on a short-term deal makes sense in the current circumstances. With James Brophy sometimes deployed further forward and Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill having just recovered from a knock against Bradford, another natural left-back may come in handy. Head coach Luke Williams was forced to put youngster Tom Smith, naturally a midfielder, in that… Read more →

Sherwood move a positive for Swindon

Tim Sherwood’s appointment as Director of Football at the County Ground does not come without its risks. The danger is that his responsibilities, which veer into recruitment, style of play and team selection, will create a power struggle with head coach Luke Williams. It appears that the 35-year-old’s influence has been reduced, even if the club publicly… Read more →