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Swindon Town 1 - Millwall 2

County Ground


Attendance: 7,589

Swindon Town 1, Millwall 2

Swindon Town drop their 4th successive home game to Millwall 2-1 at the County Ground this afternoon on an emotional day where the fans finally started chanting 'We want Malpas Out'.


Star Player

Jack Smith - The only player who really looked bothered all afternoon.

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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 28 2008

Time: 8:35PM

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1) First half absolute disgrace to football - fortunately Millwall were nearly as bad (their keeper looked very wobbley). 2) second half better but still no cohesion, style or passion. 3) Atmosphere as flat as a pancake. 4) loudest chant was 'malpass out' 5) Lee Peacock showed more passion in minutes he came on as sub than that JP Mc why is he played every week (JP) he is useless. I've supported them for years but this is beyond me ... time unfortunately to take stock and make changes - its an absolute mess as it stands presently. One positive other than Jack Smith was Phil Smith looked the part today in goal.
4 home defeats in a row says it all , worse game ive seen in ages . Biggest waste of 20 ever , MALPAS OUT !
You were chit, our keeper dropped a clanger, you deserved nothing, on another day it might have been four or five...we wren't chit!
What words of wisdom Horsechit - plonker !!
i never heard so much chit in my life

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