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POLL: We'll Regret It!

A massive 81% of Vital Swindon Town voters believe that the sides inability to keep a lead will cost Town promotion this season.

In fairness, there's little chance of Town catching up with the automatic promotion chasers but the club are without doubt in contention to earn an impressive Play-Off place - what a difference a year makes.

However, the sides current inability to hold on in the dying minutes could jeopardise the clubs push.

Do you think our inability to keep a lead will cost us promotion?

Suggested By: jason90

YES 81%
NO 19%


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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday February 15 2010
Time: 2:17PM

Comments

0
Not a shocking result though, surely?
theguru
15/02/2010 15:19:00
0
Nope and we're having a good time of late. There's a lot of "what ifs" that wouldn't be around if we were conceding before the 89th minute!
Nellup
15/02/2010 15:40:00
0
I think you're lads are on a pretty decent run....Iwould not be surprised if you got promoted through the playoff's....I want my team Charlton as one of them, and I am hoping ...though it's not likely that Leeds blow it and stay another year here....
weloveyoucharlton
17/02/2010 19:35:00
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