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STFC: Hoodoo Broken!

STFC: Hoodoo Broken!

Swindon Town's brilliant 2-4 away win against Charlton Athletic has ended the clubs long, long run of failing to win after falling behind!

From tonights line-up, only Michael Timlin started that day at the Withdean Stadium.

Saturday, April 11, 2009
2 Brighton and Hove Albion
3 SWINDON TOWN


BAHA: Adam Virgo 38'
STFC: Gordon Greer 47'
STFC: Billy Paynter 50'
STFC: Simon Cox 58'
BAHA: Gary Dicker 90'

SWINDON TOWN LINE-UP

01. Phil Smith
03. Jamie Vincent
33. Gordon Greer
05. Jerel Ifil
15. Kevin Amankwaah
11. Anthony McNamee
04. Michael Timlin
34. Owain Tudur Jones (90')
07. Hal Robson-Kanu (90')
20. Billy Paytner
31. Simon Cox

Subs

08. Craig Easton (90')
35. Lloyd Macklin (90')
02. Jack Smith
26. Lecsinel Jean-Francois
12. Peter Brezovan


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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday January 3 2011
Time: 7:36PM

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Thoroughly enjoyed the way you beat charlton. After going behind it looked like a lost cause but boy did your lads show some spirit and not a little skill to turn it all round. Good win.
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