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1,481 Swindon Fans At Torquay

It wasn't quite a trip to Fawlty Towers but 1,481 Swindon Town fans travelled to Torquay United on Saturday to watch Swindon Town win 1-0.

This was the 2nd biggest away following for Swindon who took 1,596 fans to Wycombe in September.

Although the stadium was run down and the stewarding not capable of handling such a crowd, the fans were in fine voice and really got behind Paul Sturrock and the team.

Once again this shows we have the best fans in League Two and proves that the fans really are the 12th man.

Well Done to all the Swindon Town fans who made the trip to Devon on Saturday.

Bring On Bury!




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 19 2006

Time: 10:57PM

 

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