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League Fixtures To Be Released

The Football League has announced that their fixtures for the 2006/07 season will be published on Thursday, 22 June at 1000 am.

Many Swindon Town fans are hoping to play Torquay early or late in the season to make a weekend out of the game. Accrington Stanley away will also be one to look out for.

Town will also have some local derby's next season depending on the result's of the playoff's. Town would get to play Cheltenham, Wycombe and Bristol Rovers.

Swindon Town will be playing the 2006/07 season in League Two, the first time in 20 year's the club has played at this level.





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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 10 2006

Time: 12:11AM

Your Comments

20 years just shows that you have been a decent club in that time.
jono_forest
well we've certainly had a rollercoaster of a time!!!
juz stfc
can'ty wait for next season. Bring it on!!!!!!!
red_gilly
It still seems like a lifetima away
red_gilly
 

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