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Swindon Town will play in their final friendly of pre-season at Cirencester Town.

Danny Wilson is expected to field fringe players, youths and possibly trialists tomorrow.

Formed in 1968, Cirencester play in the Southern Football League Division One South and West after gaining promotion from the Hellenic League as champions in 95/96.

Last Visits

We didn't venture to The Corinium Stadium last year which broke a run of five Summers when Swindon did visit Gloucestershire.

Swindon's last visit was in 2007 under Paul Sturrock with Ibón Pérez Arrieta scoring the only goal of the game for Swindon.

The year before that Dennis Wise's Swindon destroyed Cirencester 8-1 - Lee Peacock, Royce Brownlie and Lukas Jutkiewicz all scored braces with Christian Roberts and Fola Onibuje scoring the other two (Scott Griffin scored a penalty for the home side).

2003: CTFC 1-1 STFC

2004: CTFC 1-2 STFC

2005: CTFC 1-3 STFC

2006: CTFC 1-8 STFC

2007: CTFC 0-1 STFC


Played for both clubs

Steve Cowe played 97 league games for Swindon Town between 1996-2001 he would go on to play for Cirencester 69 times between 2005-2007.

Others include Adrian Viveash (who briefly managed Cirencester), Keith O'Halloran, Ray Baverstock and Steve Book.

The Corinium Stadium, Cirencester

Tuesday 4th August 2009


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The Journalist

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Date:Monday August 3 2009

Time: 8:31PM

 

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