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STFC IN THE 00's: Part Nine

2000/01

Worthington Cup 1st Round

1st Leg: Swindon Town 1-1 Exeter City


STFC: Bobby Howe 36'
ECFC: Kwame Ampadu 82'

STFC: Bart Griemink, Kim Heiselberg, Antoine Van der Linden, Alan Reeves, Juan Cobian, David Duke (Andy Williams 74'), Bobby Howe, Matt Hewlett, Keith O'Halloran, Giuliano Grazioli (Steve Cowe 74'), Gary Alexander.

ECFC: Arjan Van Heusden, Neil Whitworth, Chris Curran, Mark Burrows, Jamie Campbell, Alex Inglethorpe (Jon Ashton 75'), Kwame Ampadu, Andy Roscoe, Lee Zabek, Steve Flack, Graeme Tomlinson (Christian Roberts 54')

2nd Leg: Exeter City 1-2 Swindon Town

STFC: Alan Reeves 13'
STFC: Danny Invincible 42'
ECFC: Mark Rawlinson 61'

ECFC: Stuart Fraser, Neil Whitworth, Chris Curran, Mark Burrows (Darren Roberts 87'), Alex Inglethorpe (Jon Ashton 54'), Andy Roscoe, Mark Rawlinson, Lee Zabek, Steve Flack, Graeme Tomlinson (Rob Speakman 68'), Christian Roberts.

STFC: Bart Griemink, Sol Davis, Adam Willis, Alan Reeves, Mark Robinson, David Duke (Mark Robertson 78'), Bobby Howe, Matt Hewlett, Keith O'Halloran, Danny Invincible, Martin Williams (Giuliano Grazioli 83')

Worthington Cup 2nd Round

1st Leg: Tranmere Rovers 1-1 Swindon Town


TRFC: Clint Hill 48'
STFC: Reuben Hazell 54' (o.g.)

TRFC: John Achterberg, Steve Yates, Dave Challinor, Clint Hill, Reuben Hazell (Richard Hinds 77'), Nick Henry (Wayne Gill 36'), Scott Taylor, Sean Flynn, Wayne Allison, Andy Parkinson (Stuart Barlow 68'), Paul Rideout.

STFC: Bart Griemink, Sol Davis, Alan Reeves, Marko Tuomela, Juan Cobian (Mark Robinson 72'), David Duke, Matt Hewlett, Mark Robertson 87'), Keith O'Halloran, Gary Alexander, Martin Williams.

2nd Leg: Swindon Town 0-1 Tranmere Rovers

TRFC: Scott Taylor 13'

STFC: Bart Griemink, Sol Davis, Alan Reeves, Marko Tuomela (Adam Willis 46'), Mark Robinson, David Duke, Mark Robertson (Danny Invincible 43'), Matt Hewlett, Keith O'Halloran, Gary Alexander (Giuliano Grazioli 63'), Martin Williams.

TRFC:John Achterberg, Steve Yates, Gareth Roberts, Dave Challinor, Clint Hill, Wayne Gill, Nick Henry (Andy Parkinson 82'), Sean Flynn, Wayne Allison, Paul Rideout (Richard Hinds 64')




2001/02

Worthington Cup 1st Round

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-2 Swindon Town


STFC: Bobby Howe 48'
WWFC: Tony Dinning 49'
STFC: Keith O'Halloran 51' (Penalty)

WWFC: Michael Oakes, Paul Butler, Sean Connelly (Andy Sinton 79'), Ludovic Pollet, Mo Camera, Carl Robinson, Mark Kennedy, Shaun Newton, Tony Dinning, Adam Proudlock, Temuri Ketsbaia (Cedric Roussel 59').

STFC: Bart Griemink, Sol Davis, Alan Reeves, Andy Gurney (Bertie Brayley 84'), Matt Heywood, David Duke, Bobby Howe, Matt Hewlett, Keith O'Halloran, Eric Sabin, Danny Invincible (Giuliano Grazioli 84')

Worthington Cup 2nd Round

West Bromwich Albion 2-0 Swindon Town

After Extra Time

WBA: Scott Dobie 96'
WBA: Jordão 110'

WBA: Russell Hoult, Des Lyttle (James Quinn 58'), Neil Clement (Warren Cummings 115'), Tony Butler, Phil Gilchrist, Larus Sigurdsson, Derek McInnes, Michael Appleton, Adam Chambers, Bob Taylor, Scott Dobie(Jordão 103').

STFC: Bart Griemink, Sol Davis (Giuliano Grazioli 37'), Neil Ruddock (Paul Edwards 103'), Andy Gurney, Matt Heywood, David Duke, Bobby Howe, Matt Hewlett, Steve Robinson, Jo Kuffour (Alan Reeves 100'), Danny Invincible.




2002/03

Worthington Cup 1st Round

Swindon Town 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers

After Extra Time

WWFC: Richard Harris 91'
WWFC: Paul McCarthy 109'
STFC: Adam Willis 100'

STFC: Bart Griemink, Andy Gurney, Adam Willis (Alan Reeves 103'), Matt Heywood, David Duke, Matt Hewlett, Stefani Miglioranzi (Gareth Edds 91'), Steve Robinson, Jimmy Davis (Daren Dykes 86'), Sam Parkin, Eric Sabin.

WWFC: Frank Talia, Mark Rogers, Paul McCarthy, Andy Thomson, Chris Vinnicombe, Darren Currie (Steve Brown 73'), Dannie Bulman, Michael Simpson, Stuart Roberts (Richard Harris 69'), Craig Faulconbridge, Sean Devine (Keith Ryan 93').




2003/04

Carling Cup 1st Round

Southend United 2-3 Swindon Town


SUFC: Kevin Maher 11'
STFC: Sam Parkin 34'
SUFC: Drewe Broughton 38'
STFC: Sam Parkin 48'
STFC: Tommy Mooney 73'

SUFC: Carl Emberson, Duncan Jupp, Leon Cort, Mark Warren, Dave McSweeney, Mark Gower, Kevin Maher, Leke Odunsi, Jimmy Corbett (Tes Bramble 78'), Drewe Broughton, Michael Husbands

STFC: Rhys Evans, Adi Viveash, Alan Reeves, Matt Heywood, Grant Smith (David Duke 79'), Brian Howard (Stefani Miglioranzi 46'), Sammy Igoe, Matt Hewlett, Steve Robinson, Sam Parkin, Jon Stevenson (Tommy Mooney 46').

Carling Cup 2nd Round

Leeds United 2-2 Swindon Town

After Extra Time - Leeds won 4-3 on penalties.

STFC: Andy Gurney 44'
STFC: Sam Parkin 74'
LUFC: Ian Harte 77'
LUFC: Paul Robinson 90'

LUFC: Paul Robinson, Gary Kelly (Lucas Radebe 38'), Zoumana Camara, Roque Junior, Ian Harte, Aaron Lennon, David Batty, Saloman Olembe, Jason Wilcox (Didier Domi 45'), Alan Smith, Cyril Chapius (Michael Bridges 59')

STFC:Bart Griemink (s-o), Alan Reeves, Andy Gurney, Matt Heywood, David Duke, Grant Smith (Ian Herring 116'), Sammy Igoe (Rhys Evans 88'), Matt Hewlett, Stefani Miglioranzi, Jon Stevenson (Brian Howard 62'), Sam Parkin.




2004/05

Carling Cup 1st Round

Rushden & Diamonds 0-1 Swindon Town


STFC: Matt Hewlett

R&D: Billy Turley, Sean Connelly, Peter Dawkins, Rob Gier, Phil Gulliver, Garry Mills, Stuart Gray, David Bell (Craig Dove 85'), Andy Burgess, Alex Hay (Marcus Kelly 85'), Kevin Braniff.

STFC: Steve Book, Andrew Nicholas, Alan Reeves, Jerel Ifil, Luke Garrard (Sean O'Hanlon 63'), Grant Smith (Sammy Igoe 63'), Brian Howard, Matt Hewlett, Steve Robinson, Rory Fallon, Lloyd Opara (Sam Parkin 62').

Carling Cup 2nd Round

Leeds United 1-0 Swindon Town


LUFC: Michael Ricketts 9'

LUFC: Neil Sullivan, Gary Kelly, Clarke Carlisle, Paul Butler, Matthew Kilgallon, Sean Gregan, Danny Pugh, Matthew Spring, Jamie McMaster (Simon Walton 61'), Michael Ricketts (Brian Deane 80'), Julian Joachim (Danny Cadamarteri 70').

STFC: Rhys Evans, Grant Smith (Matt Heywood 80'), Jerel Ifil, Sean O'Hanlon, David Duke, Brian Howard, Stefani Miglioranzi (Michael Pook 90'), Matt Hewlett (Rory Fallon 80'), Steve Robinson, Sammy Igoe, Sam Parkin.




2005/06

Carling Cup 1st Round

Swindon Town 1-3 Wycombe Wanderers

WWFC: Ian Stonebridge 12'
STFC: Michael Pook 58'
WWFC: Nathan Tyson 62'
WWFC: Jonny Dixon 75'

STFC: Tom Heaton, Charlie Comyn-Platt, Alan Reeves, Jerel Ifil, Jack Smith, Gareth Whalley (Nicky Nicolau 76'), Michael Pook, Colin Heath, Ricky Shakes, Tony Thorpe (Rory Fallon 61'), Christian Roberts (Jamie Cureton 71').

WWFC: Frank Talia, Danny Senda, Clint Easton, Roger Johnson, Mike Williamson, Stefan Oakes, Kevin Betsy, Ian Stonebridge (Ikechi Anya 84'), Rob Lee, Nathan Tyson (Jonny Dixon 65'), Tommy Mooney.




2006/07

Carling Cup 1st Round

Swindon Town 2-2 Brentford
After Extra Time - Brentford won 4-3 on penalties

BFC: Kevin O'Connor 10'
BFC: Jo Kuffour 25'
STFC: Andrew Nicholas 38'
STFC: Paul Evans 72'

STFC: Phil Smith, Jamie Vincent (Curtis Weston 45'), Jerel Ifil, Jack Smith, Aaron Smith (Andy Caton 69'), Ashan Holgate, Paul Evans, Ricky Shakes, Fola Onibuje, Royce Brownlie (s-o).

BFC: Stuart Nelson, Kevin O'Connor (Karleigh Osbourne 45'), Matt Heywood, Adam Griffiths, Sam Tillen, Thomas Pinault, Paul Brooker, John Mousinho, Jo Kuffour, Chris Moore (Charlie Ide '58), Alex Rhodes (Darius Charles 111')




2007/08

Carling Cup 1st Round

Swindon Town 0-2 Charlton Athletic


CAFC: Darren Ambrose 52'
CAFC: Andy Reid 63' (Penalty)

STFC: Peter Brezovan, Ben Tozer, Hasney Aljofree, Jerel Ifil, Jack Smith, Miguel Comminges (Sofiane Zaaboub 59'), Steve Adams, Craig Easton, Christian Roberts (Michael Pook 59'), Lee Peacock, Blair Sturrock (Ibon Perez Arrieta 75').

CAFC: Nicky Weaver, Yassin Moutaoukil, Chris Powell, Madjid Bougherra, Jose Semedo, Andy Reid (Dean Sinclair 79'), Darren Ambrose, Lloyd Sam, Jon Fortune, Marcus Bent (Chris Iwelumo '78), Izale McLeod (Chris Dickson 82').




2008/09

Carling Cup 1st Round

Swindon Town 2-3 Queens Park Rangers


QPR: Angelo Balanta 32'
STFC: Simon Cox 34'
STFC: Billy Paynter 41'
QPR: Dexter Blackstock 46'
QPR: Damien Delaney 54'

STFC: Peter Brezovan, Kasali Yinka Casal, Hasney Aljofree, Sean Morrison, Jack Smith, Anthony McNamee, Michael Timlin (Craig Easton 74'), Lilian Nalis, Jon-Paul McGovern (Lee Peacock 84'), Billy Paynter, Simon Cox.

QPR: Lee Camp, Damien Delaney, Damion Stewart, Kaspars Gorkšs, Matthew Connolly, Mikele Leigertwood, Dani Parejo, Lee Cook, Emmanuel Ledesma (Matteo Alberti 78'), Dexter Blackstock (Samuel Di Carmine 70'), Angelo Balanta.




2009/10

Carling Cup 1st Round

Milton Keynes Dons 1-4 Swindon Town


STFC: Jon-Paul McGovern 41'
MKDFC: Jermaine Easter 53' (Penalty)
STFC: Billy Paynter 56'
STFC: Billy Paynter 72'
STFC: David McCracken 74'

MKDFC: Willy Gueret, Mathias Doumbe, David McCracken, Danny Woodards, Sol Davis (Darren Powell 60'), Jemal Johnson, Mark Carrington (Luke Chadwick '73), Lewis Gobern, Luke Howell, Jermaine Easter, Michael Bridges (Jason Puncheon '61).

STFC: David Lucas, Lescinel Jean-Francois, Gordon Greer, Sean Morrison, Kevin Amankwaah, Anthony McNamee (Callum Kennedy 84'), Michael Timlin, Jonathan Douglas, Jon-Paul McGovern, Billy Paynter (Mark Marshall 90'), Lloyd Macklin.

Carling Cup 2nd Round

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Swindon Town

Wolves won 6-5 on penalties.

WWFC: Marcus Hahnemann, George Elokobi (David Edwards 79'), Christophe Berra, Ronald Zubar, Neill Collins, Andrew Surman, David Jones, Matt Hill, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing (Matt Jarvis 62'), Sam Vokes, Kevin Doyle (Andy Keogh 62').

STFC: David Lucas, Callum Kennedy, Gordon Greer, Scott Cuthbert, Kevin Amankwaah, Anthony McNamee (Mark Marshall 56'), Craig Easton, Jonathan Douglas, Jon-Paul McGovern, Tope Obadeyi (Lloyd Macklin 68'), Billy Paynter (Alan O'Brien 109').


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Date:Tuesday December 29 2009

Time: 8:15PM

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tricky tie for you lot at Fulham this weekend - good luck!
merlin
I'd say that again - Fulham are flying at the moment.... as long as we don't go out without putting up a fight.
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