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Swindon Fans: Back Your Team!

Swindon Fans: Back Your Team!

After a busy few days at Swindon Town Football Club, we urge fans to show common sense and support your team this Saturday against Morecambe.

After a busy week where emotions have ran high amongst Swindon Town fans, we understand some fans have stated they will sing songs directed towards the board of the club.

We strongly urge any fans that are not happy with the current situation at the club or have any grievances to air these AFTER the game and not during the game. By airing these opinions during the match you will be doing nothing to help the team, and you would help this to become a big distraction to the players.

The club have released a press release today not slating the fans consortium or saying 'We won`t sell', however airing a few valid questions which we are sure will be answered in time.

Any kind of takeover or discussion will take some time and we encourage fans to be patient and to fully get behind the 11 men on the pitch.

Swindon Town have a fantastic opportunity to make it to the 3rd round of the FA Cup tomorrow and we encourage fans to make as much noise and play your part in cheering Town onto victory.

Remember to hold on to your ticket stubs from the Morecambe and Bury matches to ensure you get priority for third round tickets, should we get there.

COME ON YOU REDS!


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

Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday December 1 2006
Time: 1:31PM

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support the team in the cup...they will need you....
ernshaw
01/12/2006 23:29:00
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I think fans will show common sense!
STFC_Editor
02/12/2006 09:15:00
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