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STFC: Al-Sadd 1-1 Swindon Town

Swindon Town's first game in Austria resulted in a 1-1 draw with Qatari outfit Al-Sadd this evening.

The Middle Eastern side took the lead after only 9 minutes after Afif Ali finished a quick break.

However, Town were level less than five minutes later when Vincent Pericard was brought down in the box.

It was Pericard who stepped up and he converted the penalty kick.

Starting Line-Ups:

Al-Sadd: Mohamed Saqrr; Mesad, Tahir Zararia, Mohammed Kasola, Hamooa; Hayaoos Hassan, Ali Afif, Wesam, Talal Al Beloushi; Khalfan, Yusef

Substitutes: Alsheeb Saad (GK), Zidam Basel, Abaurrab, Majdi Sidik, Alsaid Ahmed, Omer, Al Shamlan, Abdull Rahman, Hamad Saket, Abudlla Brike, Al Jabri

Swindon Town: Phil Smith; Nathan Thompson, Lecsinel Jean-Francois, Scott Cuthbert, Michael Rose; J-P McGovern, Jonathan Douglas (Capt.), David Prutton, David Ball; Vincent Pericard, Charlie Austin

Substitutes: David Lucas (GK), Kevin Amankwaah, Sean Morrison, Will Evans, Michael Timlin, Alan O'Brien, Billy Bodin

Swindon Town take on Karlsruher on Friday evening.

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Writer: Nellup  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 21 2010

Time: 7:03PM

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Don't know anything about your opposition. Do you think that was a good result and are you looking forward with a good feeling towards the new season?
SFC Forever
They seem to be a good side, few players was at the world cup. They have a few internationalists but that does not tell you a lot as all for minor arab states. Think its a good result though but i never really take very much from pre season games
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