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Was It Right To Boo Connell Substitution?

Was It Right To Boo Connell Substitution?

A section of Swindon Town fans booed Paolo Di Canio's decision to take off 9 goal striker Alan Connell.

It was the first time fans had really vented at Di Canio which was rather odd given the fact that Town are still top of the league with two games in hand.

Do you agree with the decision to boo? Some would argue we lost something going forward when Connell went off although we may argue that Ritchie had his best game in a long time and that's where the tyres started to come off.

Do you agree with the decision to boo? Vote now in our poll on the right hand side of the screen.



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

Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Sunday April 1 2012
Time: 7:51PM

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