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Sturrock Apologizes To Swindon Fans

Sturrock Apologizes To Swindon Fans

Swindon Town manager Paul Sturrock has apologised to the travelling fans who made the trip to Barnet last night, saying the performance was 'unacceptable'.

Swindon Town had more away fans than home fans at Underhill last night and Sturrock pointed out that the first half performance last night will not see the team promoted.

'We had a fantastic travelling support' Sturrock said of the over 1,400 Swindon fans who travelled to Barnet last night.

'I would like to apologise for our first-half performance,' Sturrock finished.

There is no word yet as to whether the club will take any action over the Aaron Brown incident where Brown had apparently gestured and swore at Town's travelling fans after he saw his corner soar into the away support behind the goal towards the end of last night's game.


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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Wednesday February 21 2007
Time: 9:05AM

Comments

0
Quite right too. Brown will get a battering from the Town End if he doesn't say sorry
STFC_Editor
21/02/2007 09:27:00
0
He's probably on the way out now anyway.......
APG_STFC
21/02/2007 10:04:00
0
Can we have our KPS back at Hillsborough!!!
tomdangerfield
21/02/2007 18:54:00
0
Sorry but NO !! You had your chance.....
APG_STFC
22/02/2007 16:36:00
0
At least he has had the sense to apologise instead of trying to sweep it under the carpet.
bmb
23/02/2007 19:25:00
0
yes atleast he knew how rubbish they were. typical huge following and we play like we couldn't care less!
STFC_Editor
24/02/2007 10:47:00
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