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This is by no means condoning the behaviour of some Vale fans - it was pathetic and deserves to be punished.

I think most people will have seen the news of the arrests at Vale Park:

However, there was also at least one arrest of a home fan at the first-leg judging by this report. I wonder what the sanctimonious hordes think of that news:

 

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Swindon Town are delighted to confirm Jamie Day has been appointed as the club’s new assistant coach.

He was appointed First-Team Coach at Gillingham back in 2017, before heading to Barrow in February 2018 as assistant to Adrian Pennock.

In May 2018, he was appointed Head Coach of the Bangladesh national team.

 

Wow!

Swindle...the gift that keeps on giving...

 

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On 22/06/2022 at 23:02, valefan16 said:

 

 


An update on this one. 3 arrested so far.

The comments make some reading mind! Christ.

Want us and Carol punished by the FA… fail to mention their own involvement in the trouble and the fact they’ve had an equally disgraceful incident at their game with Bradford.

We are sorting it with the police as we said we would. They need to move on from the defeat.

 

3 arrests so far, 1 we know is a Swindon fan. No mention of assault on players. I would expect at least 3 arrests at any game with over 10000 there.

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8 hours ago, DazFred said:

Swindon Town are delighted to confirm Jamie Day has been appointed as the club’s new assistant coach.

He was appointed First-Team Coach at Gillingham back in 2017, before heading to Barrow in February 2018 as assistant to Adrian Pennock.

In May 2018, he was appointed Head Coach of the Bangladesh national team.

 

Wow!

Swindle...the gift that keeps on giving...

 

🤔Who the ******* hell is he?No doubt Scumdon fans will be hailing the next Pep.🙄

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  • 2 weeks later...

Swindon Town FC will do battle in the High Court on Thursday (July 7) as they bid to avoid being wound-up.

American firm AC Sports Wiltshire, otherwise known as Able, have applied for the club to be wound up after claiming that a loan made under the reign of former owner Lee Power is outstanding and should be repaid.

The case was first heard in January before being moved to this week.

As previously reported, the amount of the loan in question, which Able claim should be paid back, was not mentioned at the previous court hearing in January, but it is believed to be between £100,000 and £300,000.

Reported yesterday (6th July)

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27 minutes ago, MiketheValiant said:

Looks like Vale have charged with failing to control the crowd. Not sure what penalty they might incur?

That’s what happens when you change the Home End 😉

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42 minutes ago, MiketheValiant said:

Looks like Vale have charged with failing to control the crowd. Not sure what penalty they might incur?

At the very least it will be a hefty fine and the cost of all the legal bods we've employed to help us with this.  Well done, lads!  You must be very proud!

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1 minute ago, DazFred said:

Swindle weren't totally blameless.

Let's see what the FA do with Forest and Everton as well

And Bristol Rovers. And Forest. And Gillingham for failing to control Rovrum. And Exeter. And Oldham etc. Really look forward to reading about the FA Charges dished out to those clubs as well and numerous others, as all have clearly failed to control fans.

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21 minutes ago, Jacko51 said:

At the very least it will be a hefty fine and the cost of all the legal bods we've employed to help us with this.  Well done, lads!  You must be very proud!

Lads? Don't be sexist. Two of those in the paper were girls.

Fans going on the pitch is part of the game. It's gone on since spectators first started watching football in the 19th C. It's the fans game and we'll do what we want. The FA need to wind their necks in. Nothing much happened.

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3 minutes ago, newchapel valiant said:

Didn't Swindon fans invade the pitch at Walsall as well. 

 

No you are mistaken. There is no way on Earth than Swindon fans would do such a thing. No way. 

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17 minutes ago, Biddulph_PV said:

And Bristol Rovers. And Forest. And Gillingham for failing to control Rovrum. And Exeter. And Oldham etc. Really look forward to reading about the FA Charges dished out to those clubs as well and numerous others, as all have clearly failed to control fans.

Me too.

However the FA don't like Vale

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