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The Reds Are Going Up!

The Reds Are Going Up!

We recently ran a poll asking where would Swindon Town finish in League 2, and most people agreed with the bookies by saying we will be promoted back to League One.

23% thought Dennis Wise's side would finish mid table this season while 17% (no doubt some of our friends down the A420) Thought we would be joining Oxford United in the conference at the end of the season.

Here are the final results of our poll.



Straight Back Up As League 2 Champions! 30%

Playoffs At New Wembley 15%

Mid Table 23%

Relegation Battle 15%

Relegated To The Conference with Oxford 17%

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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Saturday July 8 2006
Time: 9:08AM

Comments

0
I hope you do come straight back up. I'll miss our games this season, always good for a talking point or two!!!
cherry_brandy
08/07/2006 09:11:00
0
thanks. good luck to you next season too.
red_gilly
08/07/2006 09:57:00
0
we have got to go back up , im sure that 17 % was mainly oxford fans cant see us going down
lawz1981
08/07/2006 10:24:00
0
need more signings with the team you got you could strugle
the rodge
08/07/2006 12:15:00
0
i think you can go up, but i can see hartlepool getting there before you but you still going up, good luck though!!
wallis
08/07/2006 12:55:00
0
Earth calling 'the rodge' - please be sensible !! Agree with wallis though Hartlepool are good
APG_STFC
08/07/2006 16:06:00
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'the rodge' go back to your franchise and come back when you ve got some decent comments to make
lawz1981
09/07/2006 12:31:00
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Think it will be a close call.
red_gilly
09/07/2006 21:52:00
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