STFC: Town Hit Rock Bottom!
Swindon Town have dropped to the bottom of npower League One after their goaless draw at Carlisle United yesterday (September 4).
Loses to Brighton and Milton Keynes Dons along with draws with Brentford, Hartlepool and and Carlisle have seen Danny Wilson's side stumble to 24th.
Swindon Town have thus far failed to find the form that saw the club reach the Play-Offs last season.
Their are positives, we are only 5 games into the season and only 7 points away from top spot. However, when will the fans start to show significant signs of being restless?
Reading the comments left within the forums suggest that many are unhappy with the club failing to replace captain Gordon Greer (or for letting him go in the first place!) while the forwards haven't gelled as well as the Paynter/Austin partnership of last season.
There has also been much debate as to whether Jonathan Douglas and David Prutton work well alongside eachother in comparison to Douglas' impressive work with Simon Ferry in the middle.
Have other clubs mastered Danny Wilson's game plan? Does it need adjusting?
Out-of-form Southampton visit the County Ground next but regardless of their form it will still be a tough game that Swindon could still easily lose? Could failure within a big attendance cause a bit of panic?
As you have just read, it's far easier to conspire and complain than it is to compliment!
Danny Wilson has done very little wrong since joining when compared to what he has done wrong. Do we owe him some patience? I do but time will tell.
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