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Iffy: We Must Win At Home

Iffy: We Must Win At Home

Manager Iffy Onuora has said that Swindon Must win at home to keep any hopes of staying in League One alive.

Out of Town's next 8 games, 5 are at home and it is pivotal that Town start winning as Manager Iffy Onuora explains, 'It was always going to be a question of our home form and that's still the case. We've got five out of our last eight at home and that will determine where we are.

Twice in 2 weeks Town have let 2 good chances slip. At Yeovil, Jamie Cureton missed a sitter while, Lee Peacock had a shot reflect off the post early on. 'We don't want to spend time feeling sorry for ourselves, That's it now, game over, we have to move on.' Iffy expalined and will now look to next Saturday against Colchester to produce some sort of a result.

As for the number of points Town need to stay in League One, Speaking to Soccer Night Iffy mentioned 52 however was non commital when questioned by fans at the Trust STFC auction night. 'The maths doesn't change for me. I know the total we need.' Iffy said speaking to the local media after the clubs loss at Colchester United, Saturday.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Monday March 20 2006
Time: 10:31AM

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