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Season on the brink for Swindon

Season on the brink for Swindon

Swindon's brilliant season is heading for a heartbreaking conclusion at The Valley this evening.

Danny Wilson brought in Billy Paynter for Alan O'Brien as Town hoped to keep their slender advantage.

David Lucas was off injured within minutes while Athletic grabbed two goals through a Simon Ferry o.g. and an injury time effort by Dave Mooney.

All we can do is hope that Town can salvage this.

CHARLTON (4-4-2): Darren Randolph; Frazer Richardson, Miguel Llera, Christian Dailly, Gary Borrowdale; Lloyd Sam, Jose Semedo, Nicky Bailey, Kyel Reid; Deon Burton, David Mooney

Subs: Rob Elliot, Matt Fry, Chris Solly, Therry Racon, Scott Wagstaff, Akpo Sodje, Nicky Forster

TOWN (4-4-2): David Lucas; Stephen Darby, Scott Cuthbert, Gordon Greer (c), Lecsinel Jean-Francois; Jon-Paul McGovern, Simon Ferry, Jonathan Douglas, Danny Ward; Charlie Austin, Billy Paynter

Subs: Phil Smith, Kevin Amankwaah, Michael Timlin, Craig Easton, Vincent Pericard, Frank Nouble



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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday May 17 2010
Time: 8:50PM

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