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Swindon 0 - Lincoln 1

County Ground, Swindon

Saturday 28 October 2006

Attendance: 7,685 (983 Away Supporters)

Referee:

Swindon
0 - 1
Lincoln
 
Forrester 63
 
Venue: County Ground, Swindon
 
Attendance: 7,685 (983 Away Supporters)
The Teams
Smith, P
 
 
 
Marriott
 
 
Smith, J
 
 
 
Amoo
 
 
Vincent
 
 
 
Beevers
 
 
Nicholas
 
 
 
Moses
 
 
Williams
 
 
 
Mayo
 
 
Weston
 
 
 
Hughes
 
 
Pook
 
 
 
Brown
 
 
Brown
 
 
80
 
Kerr
 
 
Shakes
 
 
78
 
Frecklington
 
 
Peacock
 
 
 
Forrester
 
 
Onibuje
 
 
 
Stallard
 
 
Substitutes
Stewart
 
 
 
Rayner
 
 
Henry
 
 
 
Cryan
 
 
Whalley
 
 
 
Mettam
 
 
Rhodes
 
 
80
 
Ryan
 
 
Brownlie
 
 
78
 
Gritton
 
 
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
4
1
On Target
2
1
Corners
5
1
Offside
3
17
Fouls
10
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
49
%
51




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Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 28 2006

Time: 11:54PM

Your Comments

Considering our present state of injuries, suspension and background activities, I expected we were in for a thrashing- but it didn't happen - quite the opposite in fact.
APG_STFC
I was proud of the lads today, they worked hard and kept going, i felt we were better tha lincoln but didn't take our chances otherwise it could have been 3-1 swindon.
red_gilly
I predicted we would lose 2-1 in the match preview being quite honest we played well considering everything that has happened. It should have been 2-1 or 3-1 us in reality.
STFC_Editor
are you all thick? 2 more shots (but less on target) but 2nd fiddle in all else. (including you foul more) read your own stats.
C T E
No i am not thick are you a pratt? It is your opinion we do not have to agree with you, after reading about sol Davis I am not really interested in you continually harping on about how good your team is, move on to your next game!
red_gilly
I haven't mentioned how good we were. you are without doubt a very sad person gilly (a scottish servant, no less). only one 't' in prat btw.
C T E
forget all that anyway, how do we wish your ex player well, can't find a link on lutons site
C T E
CTE got a bit carried away there - made himself look a bit silly to be honest ..but redeemed himself by coming back down on earth and wishing Sol well.
APG_STFC
 

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