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MK Dons Match A Sell Out

Swindon Town have sold all their tickets for the clash against MK Dons on New Years Day.

Town were allocated 950 tickets (less than previous seasons) and will be in the small stand alongside the pitch. MK Dons normally give away teams the stand behind the goal with no roof but have decided to give this to home supporters this season.

Swindon Town who have the highest home attendances in League 2 will have 950 fans on hand to jeer Sean O`Hanlon who joined the 'much bigger' MK Dons in the Summer.




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 29 2006

Time: 11:26AM

Your Comments

thats it the bigger and better club same score as last season 3 - 1 to the dons mk army edds and o hanlon to score
the rodge
Two 'own goals' is pushing a bit ... I think the 'much bigger ' is taking the whotsit out of MK Donuts !!!
APG_STFC
i reckon we should be able to come away with a win. 2-1 swindon
red_gilly
Silly we were given the tiny stand when MK Dons know we always fill the stand behind the goal. Oh well I guess the franchise wont be getting more money from us...shame!
STFC_Editor
I think it 's showing a bit of nervousness, worried that the away fans might have too much effect on the game if they fill one end
APG_STFC
they know swindon take a good following and act as the 12th man for the players, they don't want st to out sing them.
red_gilly
we r selling all the tickets behind the goal we got bigger attendences so we are giving more seating to are fans because more and more people are coming to watch us so y would we give it to u anyway are fans will out sing u anyday call us what u want but u is higher in the table
the rodge
I thought you were above us in the table...... Your last local Derby against Wycombe only attracted 6,000, on the same day I believe we had 10,000 for our Derby match. You, yourself have been very quiet on here recently, Strangely you have sprung back to life since the MK Donuts have been on a winning streak...
APG_STFC
 

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