Well atleast no one will be coming in for Swindon Town's players based on the performance that was shown on Sky Sports 1 this afternoon. A very poor Yeovil performance was surpassed by an even worse Swindon Town performance this afternoon at the County Ground.
We were going to do a full report on this match but the less said about this match the better so in short, both teams were very poor today infront of the Sky cameras. Yeovil Town had one chance and put it away. 0-0 would have been a fair result.
Please see the player ratings below. Some may seem harsh but it was a very poor game.
To be positive it was only our first loss of the season, roll on next weekend and Hartlepool!
- Atleast Ifil looked interested and put in some decent tackles. Looked like the player he has always been as opposed to some players who appeared to be playing up for the cameras.
Smith didn't have much to do, Couldn't do much about the goal. The goal was the only shot Smith really had to deal with.
Not one of Smith's better games but he was no worse than anyone else on the team. Couldn't really do too much more.
Like Jack Smith looked shaky at times at left back. Still only one goal was let in so they did their job.
Looked to be one of the only players who ignored the sky cameras and did the job he is supposed to do. If it wasn't for Ifil, Swindon would have lost by more than one goal.
Worked well again at the back and got stuck in to ensure Town did not allow more than the one goal.
Roberts worst performance of the season however Zaaboub should have gone off instead of Roberts. Ran around in circles however gave the ball away quite a bit.
Not as good as he had been in previous games failed to get stuck in at times and let Yeovil players run around him.
Not as bad as people have tried to make out. Gave the ball away a bit but got in some tackles.
Sofi's worst game of the season. Gave the ball away and his crossing was shocking at times.
Not a typical Lee Peacock performance. Ran around a bit but looked quite poor compared to his usual standards. This may have been due to the performances of the players around him though.
Ran around a lot but also gave the ball away. As much as Blair tries, League One is too high a standard for Sturrock Jr.
Couldn't fault him for trying but got dragged down a bit by poor performances around him. Will find his place in the team soon enough.
The player that boasted "if I don't start on Sunday I will be banging on the managers door to find out why" showed exactly why he shouldn't start. Ran around a bit but was also very lazy. Stood and did nothing at times and let Yeovil pass the ball. Was also greedy and obviously hasn't been taught to pass at Reading. Couldn't back up what he was saying with actions. Could be a Premier League hotshot who obviously thinks he is better than he is if he doesn't back up his words with actions.
Manager Paul Sturrock mentioned he was not match fit and it showed, however he did have a physical prescence and will come good with games.