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STFC Needs You, The Fans!

STFC Needs You, The Fans!

Red Army Loud & Proud invite the people of Swindon to join us at the County Ground this Saturday as Swindon Town take on Mansfield Town in a game that could see Town promoted back to League One.

We need you the fans to come out and cheer your local team by wearing as much red and white as possible as well as making as much noise as possible for Paul Sturrock and his men this Saturday at the County Ground.

The 12th man flag will be on the Stratton Bank amongst the throng of over 1,000 Swindon Town fans, whilst the Red Army Loud & Proud flag, which has been a fixture at all home games this season will be surfing in the Town End along with lots of vocal support for what is hoped will become a promotion party at the end of 90 minutes.

Fans are also invited to bring ticker tape to the game to add to the atmosphere, however if for any reason there is inclement weather on the day, we would ask fans to refrain from bringing ticker tape as this would pose a health and safety risk to other fans.

If you are unable to find anything Red & White, Hats and other items of Red and White are available in the STFC Superstore at a reduced price and will be on sale on the day.

So why not come along, sing your hearts out, have fun and cheer The Reds onto victory?

For More information on Red Army Loud & Proud`s aims please visit http://www.redarmyloudnproud.org.uk



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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Tuesday April 17 2007
Time: 3:14PM

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