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Swindon Town Still Loud and Proud

Swindon Town Still Loud and Proud

The Red Army Loud and Proud campaign have launched a new website with, pictures, information, news and how you can help with the Loud and Proud Campaign on Match Days, which will make Swindon Town games much more exciting for fans.

On this site you will be able to make a donation to help make match day's a more enjoyable experience for kids and adults alike. Some match day activities this season include, Red Balloon days, Best dressed Red Day, ticker tape and many more.

The founder of Red Army Loud and Proud, Rob Tuck, spoke to us earlier in the season as to why he got involved with making match days more enjoyable. 'Martin Avenell posted an inspirational essay on a website, which in turn lead me to just think 'what could I do as a fan to try and make a difference to STFC beyond just buying a ticket? and could I get others to join in?'. The answer would seem to be yes, but we can and will do better. '

On 18th February the Loud and Proud gang are at it again and are requesting fan's to bring flags or banners to the game to be placed on the Stratton Bank stand. Loud and Proud will be organising an event for the forth coming away fixture against Yeovil on Saturday 11 March. Details will be made available as soon as they are released.

LOUD AND PROUD WEBSITE: http://www.redarmyloudnproud.org.uk

INTEVIEW WITH ROB TUCK:

In an earlier interview we spoke to the mastermind behind the Red Army Loud and Proud Campaign, Rob Tuck. You've seen the balloons, face paint, and a sea of red now hear why Rob Tuck got involved, how long he has been a Town fan and why he think's Swindon will be in a brand new stadium in the next few years.

CLICK HERE To read Rob Tuck's Interview



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday February 17 2006
Time: 10:09AM

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