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Swindon Town 3 v 0 Colchester United
SkyBet League Two
Saturday, 2nd March 2019 Kick-off 15:00

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Lawrence Vigouroux0.0
Luke Woolfenden0.0
Tom Broadbent0.0
Dion Conroy0.0
Kyle Knoyle0.0
Jak McCourt0.0
Canice Carroll0.0
James Dunne0.0
Kyle Bennett0.0
Theo Robinson0.0
Kaiyne Woolery0.0
Keshi Anderson0.0
Toumani Diagouraga0.0
Jacob Bancroft0.0
0.0Rene Gilmartin
0.0Ryan Jackson
0.0Luke Prosser
0.0Frankie Kent
0.0Kane Vincent-Young
0.0Ben Stevenson
0.0Diaz Wright
0.0Courtney Senior
0.0Mikael Mandron
0.0Brennan Dickenson
0.0Frank Nouble
0.0Luke Norris
0.0Callum Roberts
0.0Tom Eastman

Referee0.0 
Match Rating0.0 


Your Swindon Town v Colchester United Match Reports

wessex_exile added 21:41 - Mar 2

Dreadful - for most of the first half we had them in our pocket, without to be honest much creative flair up front. Gilmartin had already been giving glimpses of the shockers to follow, poor kicking, constantly playing out to a defender who was already under pressure, and having to aimlessly lump to no one the inevitable pass back. However, in the 39th minute he surpassed himself with a dreadfully scuffed goal kick straight to a Swindon player in our own half, and several pinpoint passes later Swindon had an ill-deserved 1-0 lead. Two minutes later and a sweeping cross straight on to the head of a Swindon player, who looked miles offside, headed back past Gilmartin into the far corner, and the game looked lost.

It didn't get much better 2nd half sadly. We huffed and puffed and did try and get back into the game, but by then Swindon were quite happy to sit deep and weather anything we tried. Gilmartin wasn't responsible for Mandron running down a blind alley and losing possession on the edge of our box, but he was responsible for the weak hands to only palm the incoming shot up and over his shoulder and into the corner of the goal. It was good to see Norris come on, and he did at least have a few shots on goal, something everyone else seemed remarkably reluctant to try.

...and the referee was absolutely shocking.
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