The Sunday Review

By Paul Fisher
Last updated : 29 November 2004

Blathers Blathers
Every team would want a defence as good as ours. And every team would want an attack as good as Swindons.In the first Half we were "right under the cosh" as they say round our way,Parkin and Roberts were a handful with attacking breaks coming from Igoe and Duke with the latter smacking the post from about 20 yards. At one stage we were about to wave the white flag but "its a game of two halves Brian" and out we came and boy did we come back. When the Spireites realised that Alex Bailey was playing they started to give him the ball and along with Mark Allott that's where we attacked down the right wing.

Parkin was cynical with some of his elbows on Ian Evatt and how he didn't even get yellow carded I don't know but as we refuse to be intimidated by anyone in this league, Evatt and Steve Blatherwick picked themselves up and carried on. In Midfield Sammy Clingan was having a superb game he bossed it second half despite losing his Midfield partner Derek Niven, Mark Hudson moved from the left into his favoured centre and carried on as if he'd never been away. From a Sammy Clingan right wing cross which the Swindon defenders decided to have a game of "after you Sir" and proceeded to let former Swindon
 Striker Wayne Allison stoop to let us win the game.

Andy King the Swindon manager was as usual not very complementary about us but I couldn't care less really, we keep marching on this time two years ago we sat in eighth place on thirty points and we finished that season having to rely on other results to keep us up, somehow things are a little different this time around.

Keep The Faith

Saul

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