Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
With it being quiet around Swindon Town right now, Vital Swindon Town asked Neil Bowles of Red Army Loud & Proud a few questions about last season, Dennis Wise and what to expect from Loud and Proud next season.
What was your player of the season for Swindon Town ?
Without a Doubt, Jerel Ifill
What was your favourite moment last season apart from Promotion?
Martin Allen losing it at the County Ground when we beat MK Dons, class!!
Which team impressed you the most?
Wycombe or Hartlepool , played with so much passing and confidence
What do you want to see happen with Loud and Proud in the future?
Hopefully to continue in the way in how it was first started, with displays, flags, etc, etc
Do you think Swindon Town would have finished higher in the league should Dennis Wise had stayed in charge?
Difficult to say, I had the feeling that the wheels would have fallen off sooner or later had he have stayed.
What is your normal pre-match ritual?
Getting slightly drunk seems to be the norm
What are you doing now football is over?
Looking forward to my holiday
Are you going to be buying a season ticket next season?
I haven`t made my mind up yet, if I do, it will be when I come back from my holiday
Do you agree with Paul Sturrock allowing Curtis Weston and Ricky Shakes to leave?
Ricky Shakes yes, very inconsistent, and no end product, Curtis Western, I`m disappointed he`s gone.
As an early guess, where will Swindon Town finish next season in League One?
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Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
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