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Fans Interview: Sadie Walford

Fans Interview: Sadie Walford

Q: Please tell us a bit about yourself?
A:My name is Sadie and I am 17 years old and I watch the swindon most saturdays with my family. I am a regular in the arkells stand.

Q: What made you get involved with Loud and Proud?
A:I got involved with loud and proud as I think its a brilliant idea and is a great way to get the fans going and to show the team and the manager that they have our backing 100%. The fans that have took part in this have also proved how loyal and comitted they are to the club despite the recent bad patch that the club has gone through being at the bottom of league one but I am pleased to say that things are looking alot better now.

Q: How long have you supported Swindon Town?
A:I have been supporting Swindon for about 6 years. My dad took me to my first game which was a home game against notts county and at the time we had the likes of Sol Davis,Danny Invincible andGuiliano Grazioli who I took a shine to. Been going ever since!

Q: Who is your favourite player and why?
A:This is a hard question as I have so many. I think it would have to be jerel Ifil. I think he has been tremendous this season. He's a great defender and has improved so much since coming to swindon. He makes some brilliant tackles and works hard every game. All the effort to get him from watford was definately worth it in my opinion!

Q: Who has been Iffy's best signing?
A:Ricky shakes, A brilliant player and has proved that with some amazing performances this season.

Q: What's your favourite Swindon Town Memory?
A:It has to be when we got into the play-offs a few seasons ago, the first leg which was played at home. That was the first time I had ever experienced such a big event at the county ground. The atmosphere was amazing, I'd never seen anything like it before. It was gutting to see us lose when we played so well. That was a great season.

Q: In five years I see Swindon Town……
A:In the play offs, in the Championship fighting to get into the top flight!

Q: If you didn't support Swindon Town what would you do on Saturdays?
A:I really don't know. I can't imagine life without swindon! Its unthinkable!

Q: Will Swindon Town avoid relegation?
A:I am 100% confident we will Yes. After recent performances I really think its possible. Confidence is just about sky high now and the belief and atmosphere around the club is brilliant.



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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday February 17 2006
Time: 11:41AM

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