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POLL: Swindon Town Good Enough For Promotion?

POLL: Swindon Town Good Enough For Promotion?

Vital Swindon Town recently asked fans if Swindon Town are good enough for promotion and the results are in.

26% think that Maurice Malpas has assembled a squad good enough for a promotion push this campaign whilst 42% of fans felt Malpas has to bring in more players if the club are to stand a chance at promotion.

Only 4% of visitors thought Simon Cox will make the difference.

24% of visitors felt that Town were not going to mount a promotion push this season.




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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Wednesday August 6 2008
Time: 6:23PM

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