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Paul Sturrock's Cheltenham Reaction

Swindon Town boss Paul Sturrock spoke to the media after his team drew 1-1 at Whaddon Road against Cheltenham Town.

'I thought the front two did very, very well and the Cheltenham keeper pulled of a number of excellent saves to keep them in the game.

'Blair proved today that he is a different type of striker and he brought us up the football pitch well. He worked the channels and took his goal well. He had a few other chances, but overall I am very pleased for the players.

'The positive for us is that we remain undefeated, but we could have been more clinical with our finishing. I can't grumble because there will be many a time this season when we may walk away with a late three points.

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Date:Sunday August 26 2007

Time: 9:02AM

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What a load of b*lls. He's still trying to justify playing his useless son. If it was any other player he would have gone by now.
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