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Swindon Town 3, Forest Green 2

Swindon Town 3, Forest Green 2

Swindon Town begin their pre-season campaign on the right foot with a 3-2 over conference side Forest Green Rovers.



Town's First Half Squad:
Phil Smith (Trialist), Jack Smith, Jerel Ifil, Ady Williams, Jamie Vincent, Aaron Brown, Ashan Holgate, Vernon Francis (Trialist), Rodrigo Turnes (Trialist), Fola Onibuje, Royce Brownlie(Trialist)

Town's Second Half Squad:

Jon Stewart, Ben Wells, Charlie Comyn-Platt, Leigh Henry, Andy Nicholas, Ricky Shakes, Curtis Weston, Michael Pook, Andy Monkhouse, Christian Roberts, Lee Peacock

orest Green Rovers 2 (0)
Jones '48, Stonehouse '72

Swindon Town 3 (1)
Onibuje '9, Teixeira '56 (og), Roberts '66

Vital Swindon Man Of The Match: Christian Roberts

Attendance: 1,425


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Wednesday July 12 2006
Time: 10:59PM

Comments

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"how did monkhouse play lads"? i know he only played 45 mins
millers4eva
12/07/2006 23:15:00
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looks like roberts is finding his feet again
lawz1981
12/07/2006 23:19:00
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i heard monkhouse did nt play bad and did score a goal which was disallowed for a previous foul
lawz1981
12/07/2006 23:32:00
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Monkhouse did ok. Showed some good touches. Rodrigo was the player of the 1st half, Weston or Shakes in 2nd half. Team played as a team and were really vocal it was good to see.
mikey107
13/07/2006 09:52:00
0
wish i could have made it sounds like we are finally getting it together
lawz1981
15/07/2006 10:30:00
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it was an o.k night.
red_gilly
21/07/2006 23:37:00
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