Division Four - Swindon Town vs Bury: 12 Mar 1985
A superb performance from Scott Endersby helps the Town to yet another home win - a Peter Coyne penalty winning the points versus the Shakers.
Division Four - Swindon Town vs Crewe Alexandra: 16 Mar 1985
After Town fans help to clear the pitch of snow, Dave Hockaday's free kick dislodges more from the crossbar - but the nine game winning streak at home comes to an end by a superb strike from John Crabbe - Peter Coyne equalising two minutes later.
Division Four - Swindon Town vs Hartlepool United: 31 Mar 1985
Just 2,200 fans turn up on a Sunday morning - but after Hartlepool take a early lead, the Town leave it late to turn the game on its head.
Lou Macari reinstated: Apr 1985
Days after his sacking, and after protests by supporters and players, Lou Macari is reinstated as Town boss.
Lou Macari sacked!: 5 Apr 1985
After arguments behind the scenes, manager Lou Macari and his assistant Harry Gregg are both sacked by the board.
A controversial 3-1 victory for Wolves at Molineux hands them a 4-3 aggregate win over the Town in the League Cup Semi Final.
Born on this day:
1910 - Southern League Division One
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Swindon's league record against Colchester United:
Founded in 1937, Colchester were elected to the League in 1950, after finishing as runners-up in the Southern League in the previous season...
Hall of Shame #36: The new Wembley Stadium
Richard Selbourne has nominated the new Wembley Stadium and Swindon’s three recent performances into the STFC Hall of Shame… If you’re as old as I am, you will smile smugly to yourself as you remember the Don calmly skipping through the mud and rounding Bob Wilson in the Arsenal goal to win the League Cup for Swindon Town in March
50 Years Ago: 1965/66 January – That’s entertainment
Mike Minihane continues his look back 50 years to events at the County Ground, as Swindon Town returned to Division Three in 1965/66...
The Young Ones
Former BBC Wiltshire commentator Vic Morgan writes his latest blog for TheWashbag.com… Two defeats in a week and it means that Swindon Town find themselves back in the scrap towards the bottom of the table. The first loss came against in form Barnsley, who came with a game plan and left with the three points. To be fair, a goalless draw
Jonathan OBIKA's next goal will be his 20th for the club.
Nicky AJOSE's next league goal will be his 20th for the club.
The game against Gillingham was STFC's 3,955th match in the League (not including playoff matches), and the 1,038th match that the Town have drawn - 297 of these matches with the same 0-0 scoreline. It was also the 1,045th occasion that Swindon have failed to score in this competition. Swindon have now scored 5,705 League goals.
NEXT MATCH:No future matches scheduled.
Home matches generally played at Beversbrook, Calne on Saturdays at 11am (check local media).
Premier League Division One (South West)
Sunday, February 14, 2016
Home matches generally played at Shrivenham FC on Sundays at 2pm (check local media).
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