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MATCHDAY LIVE: Swindon Town v Scunthorpe United
11:40am Saturday 20th October 2012 in Sport
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- REPORTING BY SAM MORSHEAD & ANDY WARREN
- Swindon Town 1 (Collins 18) Scunthorpe United 1 (Hawley 56)
- Collins gives Town the lead with a neat finish
- Aden Flint is sent-off for two fouls on former Town striker Leon Clarke
- Hawley heads his side level
Right, that's it from us at the County Ground this evening.
A 1-1 draw for Swindon wholely unsatisfying for the players and we can only imagine the manager, as he chose not to conduct and post-match press.
Swindon still sit sixth, however, and now look forward to a trip to Crewe on Tuesday night.
We'll see you all in Cheshire, but for now goodnight.
Pdc and Swindon go together we give him so much freedom and his ambition has so far driven #STFC to grow 2/2 #stfcadver— @Neilhoughton82 20 October 2012
Simon Ferry is with the local press now and giving his view on the 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe:
"We think it's two dropped. We went one up and we were comfortable and the sending-off has changed the game.
"Roons went through and Gaz Roberts had a right foot over the bar so we see it as two points dropped.
"It's not good enough, to be honest, to not get a win in our last few home games. We want to be up the top of the table and we need to win these games if we are going to be there.
"I don't know if the sending-off is harsh.
"After the goal we started to find a bit of confidence and we were pasisng the ball quite well but the sending-off kills the game.
"I can't remember them creating that many chances. When you're down to 10 men and you've got chances you have to take them.
"The manager said we have to win these games. We've got aspirations to win the league and it's not good enough."
@SamMorshead_SA Paolo needs a new striker #stfcadver— @stfcinbmth 20 October 2012
Adam Rooney is with the media now, and here are his thoughts post-match:
"We wanted to get back to winning ways at home. We should have won it at the end. I had a good chance and I should have scored but it wasn't to be.
"I cut across the ball too much and I dragged it and I'm really disappointed not to have scored.
"When you go down to 10 men it's always difficult because they have the extra man and you have to work hard.
"I thought we created the better chances.
"Everyone's trying to get into the starting XI, the important thing is that everyone is working hard in training. A couple of goals that I should have scored in the last two games would have helped my case."
If Adam Rooney could finish, #STFC would have beat Cov 3-2 last minute and Scunny 2-1 with two mins to go. Very costly misses #stfcadver— @dphunt88 20 October 2012
Darren Ward has appeared to talk to the local media:
"We're quite disappointed we didn't get the win. Although we had a man sent off we had our chances.
"He (Aden Flint) is very disappointed. He felt he let the team down but it's about 11 players and the team put in a shift.
"I think we can do better, we know we can and we've got to put it right.
"They switched the ball quite well and tried to get in from wide areas. It's a disappointing goal to give away but we didn't lose and that's important.
"I had a chance which I should have scored which I'm not very happy about. I tried to place it and be too precise.
"Sometimes you get in a bit of a groove and maybe you have to change things to get out of it."
Swindon remain sixth in League One after today's results.
LEAGUE ONE FULL-TIMES:
Bournemouth 3 Tranmere 1; Colchester 2 Carlisle 0; Coventry 1 Notts County 2; Doncaster 2 Brentford 1; Hartlepool 0 Crawley 1; MK Dons 0 Stevenage 1; Oldham 2 Leyton Orient 0; Portsmouth 3 Shrewsbury 1; Preston 0 Sheff Utd 1; Swindon 1 Scunthorpe 1; Walsall 2 Crewe 2; Yeovil 2 Bury 1.
We're being told that there will be no post-match comments from Paolo Di Canio this afternoon. Have to wait and see whether that's the case.
FINAL SCORE: Swindon Town 1 Scunthorpe United 1
But that's it, Town have to settle for a 1-1 draw.
But he's back on. Town still pressing for the winner
Play held up as McCormack limps off
NON-LEAGUE FINAL SCORE: Wootton Bassett 2 Fairford 1
Four minutes added on
88 minutes: Rooney is free in the box, but shoots across the face of goal and wide. Town probably should be ahead here.
87 minutes: Town hold onto the ball for a long spell, and when the ball is eventually worked wide to McCormack, the skipper shoots into the side netting.
86 minutes: Big, big chance for Town comes and goes as Archibald-Henville heads back across the box, and Roberts guides it over the bar. Great chance.
83 minutes: A superb pass frees Barcham down the middle, but the forward's dinked effort drifts just wide of the post. Let off for Town.
80 minutes: Roberts receives possession and wriggles free, but his right-footed effort curls over.
Attendance: 7,388 (155 Scunthorpe fans)
77 minutes: Rooney replaces the tireless Collins.
Town force a succession of corners, but they ultimately come to nothing.
NON-LEAGUE UPDATE: Wootton Bassett 2 Fairford 1.
71 minutes: McCormack plays a cross-field ball looking for Roberts, and although the winger goes down under Ribeiro's challenge, he is flagged offside.
Just season former Spurs coach Joe Jordan leave the County Ground
68 minutes: Thompson goes down after failing to recover from an earlier knock, and is replaced by Archibald-Henville.
Troy Archibald-Henville preparing to come on. He will replace the injured Thompson
62 minutes: Miller pokes an effort wide after Collins fails to get a shot off.
61 minutes: Paul Reid booked for a foul on Roberts
58 minutes: Clarke stings the palms of Foderingham.
GOAL 1-1 56 minutes (Hawley 56): Clarke wins the ball between the two lines of four again, and swings the ball out to Duffy. The winger’s cross is perfect, allowed Karl Hawley to superbly head home.
55 minutes: Ryan replaced by Andy Barcham
YELLOW CARD 53 minutes: Jimmy Ryan booked for a foul on Roberts. Miller's free-kick is cleared.
49 minutes: Darren Ward doesn’t connect well enough with Miller’s corner, and his effort goes wide.
48 minutes: Jimmy Ryan shoots well over with a side-footed effort.
Di Canio's red jacket has also returned for the start of the second period.
Both sides back out on the pitch now, and we are underway again.
ADVER SPORTS WRITER ANDY WARREN: Not the greatest half of football the County Ground has ever seen, but not the worst either. Both sides struggled to get the ball down early on, but Town seemed to settle after Collins gave the home side the lead with a superb finish. The red card for Aden Flint will cause Town a few problems, but they seem to have refound their shape.
HALF TIME THOUGHTS: Pretty average fare really. Unnecessary red card causing Town problems. Scunny poor, made to look reasonable.— @SamMorshead_SA 20 October 2012
LEAGUE ONE HALF TIMES: Bournemouth 0 - 1 Tranmere; Colchester 2-0 Carlisle; Coventry 0-1 Notts County; Doncaster 0-1 Brentford; Hartlepool 0-1 Crawley; MK Dons 0-1 Stevenage; Oldham 0-0 Leyton Orient; Portsmouth 0-0 Shrewsbury; Preston 0-1 Sheff Utd; Swindon 1-0 Scunthorpe; Walsall 2-1 Crewe; Yeovil 1 Bury 0.
Town stay sixth in League One as results stay as they are.
NON-LEAGUE HALF-TIMES: Bridgwater 0 Swindon Supermarine 2; Wootton Bassett 1 Fairford 0; Shrivenham 0 Witney Town 2.
NON-LEAGUE UPDATE: Wootton Bassett 1 Fairford 0
HALF TIME: Swindon Town 1 (Collins 18) Scunthorpe 0
Having got red of the red coat, Di Canio now disposes of his suit jacket. Jumper and shirt now.
45+2 minutes: Collins breaks the offside trap, but has no support and the chance is gone.
Town have kept the ball well at times during this first half, but Scunthorpe really don't look like making much happen. Leon Clarke has had a bright moments, but has been on the end of a few heavy challenges too. Welcome back to Wiltshire, Leon.
Shrivenham 0 Witney Town 2
38 minutes: Alan McCormack replaces Paul Benson as Town regain their shape after Flint’s red card. Collins now the lone striker. Miller keeps the armband.
37 minutes: Yellow card for David Prutton for a foul on Simon Ferry.
33 minutes: Mark Duffy curls the free-kick into the wall.
RED CARD 33 minutes: Aden Flint is sent off for bringing down Clarke. But it looked like Thompson was the offeder. Harsh sercond yellow there.
30 minutes: Benson is sent through down the right, but Slocombe just gets there first.
26 minutes: Matt Ritchie finds himself through on goal, but his shot is blocked by Slocombe who is injured in the process. But he is soon up after play is stopped.
Nathan Thompson has been excellent so far again today, he passes well, heads everything and just made a superb tackle down the Scunny left.
Swindon Supermarine 2 Bridgewater Town 0. Josh Parsons and Ash Edenborough with the goals.
21 minutes: Aden Flint booked for a foul on Leon Clarke.
GOAL 1-0 TOWN (Collins 18): Ritchie cuts inside and finds Simon Ferry who in turn gives it to Benson, and the striker finds his partner who takes his time before knocking home well. Great goal.
15 minutes: Roberts frees McEveley down the left, and his superb cross goes straight into the hands of Slocombe. All it needed was the slightest touch at the near-post, but no one gambled.
12 minutes: Clarke heads over Pruttons cross. Scunny getting into this now
All a little bit flat at the County Ground so far
Seven minutes: Tom Newey swings in a cross which Clarke meets, but his header goes wide and he is offside. He is also booed, again.
Shrivenham 0 Witney Town 1
Three minutes: Nathan Thompson drives into the box and goes down, but no penalty given.
Three minutes: A well worked move between McEveley, Benson and Collins sees the latter get a shot off, but it is blocked.
Di Canio's new red coat is recognised by the Town faithful with chants of 'He's got a new coat' and 'He wears what he wants'.
One minute: Leon Clarke fails to touch the ball as he goes up for a header, and is still met with a chorus of boos.
Town attacking the Town end in this first half, and we are underway/
Di Canio takes his place on the bench, wearing a new red jacket
Here come the teams, Town led out by Tommy Miller
Just to clear things up, there is absolutely no truth in the rumours that Di Canio stormed away from the County Ground earlier. He did not watch the warm-up, but was working in the office. He is here.
Atmosphere building here at the County Ground, only six minutes until kick-off.
Captain McCormack believes manager Paolo Di Canio will always stick to his principles as Swindon manager.
“You listen to the gaffer and the gaffer’s principles of football will always stay the same, he’ll always believe in what he’s doing," he said.
“He drills that into us as players so we’ve just got to believe as well. It’s all about how you go about wanting to win the game and if you just go out and turn up you’re not going to win the game.
“You’ve got to go out and try your absolute hardest but you’ve got to come up with different ways and that’s where good players can create different types of things and play different types of ways to how they set up.
“We’ll do that Saturday and I’m 100 per cent confident we’re going to get three points and looking at the boys I think they are too.
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ADVER CHIEF SPORTS WRITER SAM MORSHEAD: "After all the pandemonium off the pitch this week, how nice it is to be up in the County Ground press box ready to cover a game of football.
"The past seven days have been an interesting insight into the mind of Andrew Black and have shown the realities of what goes on behind the scenes at a football club.
"I've always banged on about how sustainability of a football club is the most important responsibility of an owner, and in appointing Sir William Patey as new chairman Mr Black appears to have taken note of that.
"But for 90 minutes at least let's think about the 11 players who will represent our local community this afternoon.
"Here's hoping they have not been affected by the off-field antics. Let's have three points."
Skipper Alan McCormack has had to settle for a place on the bench today, but still wants to play his part in Town regaining the home form which served them so well last season.
“It’s not been ideal. The defeats at home this year something I don’t think anyone saw coming and Saturday was almost another one but we showed on Saturday in the last 20 minute, half hour and before that when we do go at teams and put pressure on teams high up the pitch how good we are.
“Coventry couldn’t handle us for the last 20 minutes or half an hour and looking on from the sidelines you just wanted to keep it going.
“We know coming into this Saturday we’ve got to press all over the pitch, go out there angry, fighting every player that’s out there to take the ball off them and getting our passing game going again.
“We seem to have lacked that of late but we’ve worked on it all this week and we look very well this week so we’re hoping on Saturday that it all pays off."
The nomadic striker needs no introduction to fans at the County Ground, with his well documented outburst last August all he contributed during his time with Town. The forward scored goals during a loan move away from Swindon to Chesterfield before eventually moving to Charlton as part of the deal which brought Paul Benson to Wiltshire. Things did not go well during his time at The Valley or during a temporary switch to Crawley, but he has scored goals for fun for the Iron at the start of this season, and will need to be closely watched today.
Most prolific during his time at Carlisle, Hawley has made a decent start to life at Glanford Park where he has been used as a foil to Leon Clarke. While he may have lost the yard of pace he used to have, the striker still knows how to make the intelligent runs which create space for the rest of his teammates. Town’s centre halves will need to be wary not to be dragged out of position.
Another player who Swindon fans are well aware of. The midfield general returns to Wiltshire today, having left the County Ground in the wake of Town’s relegation at the end of 2011. Prutton can tackle, pass and shoot, and can quickly stamp his authority on the game if he is allowed to.
Leon Clarke is back.
The striker whose post-match spat with Paolo Di Canio dominated the headlines both locally and nationally returns to the County Ground with Scunthorpe this afternoon.
Clarke refused to leave the pitch at SN1 following a League Cup clash in August last year, despite the attempts by chairman Jeremy Wray to get him back to the dressing room.
Di Canio said he never wanted the forward to play for the club and he was quickly packed off to Chesterfield on loan just 12 days after joining the Robins.
The Swindon manager later said Clarke had already expressed a desire to leave the club before the pair's run-in.
It was an unsavoury incident which acted as the catalyst for Swindon's phenomenal campaign in League Two last term.
2:20pm Sat 20 Oct 12
Important to settle early. Get the goal. Consolidate. Build from there. 3 points please
Scunthorpe team: Slocombe, Ribeiro, Reid, Canavan, Newey, Duffy, Prutton, Gibbons, Ryan, Hawley, Clarke.
Scunthorpe subs: Severn, Kennedy, Walker, Grella, Barcham, Jennings, Collins.
It's worth noting, just to put the mockers on it, that Town have never lost to Scunny at the County Ground. The stat is put into perspective when we let you know that the two teams have only met 10 times in Wiltshire.
The last time Swindon Town hosted Scunthorpe was in February 2009, when the Robins won 4-2 thanks to goals from Michael Timlin, Hal Robson-Kanu, Lee Peacock and an own goal.
It was a rare moment of success in an otherwise miserable term for Town, and you can relive that match through former Advertiser chief sports writer Anthony Marshall's match report right here.
BREAKING TEAM NEWS
Leon Clarke starts against his former club this afternoon.
Midfielder David Prutton also returns to face the Robins, while former Swindon players Callum Kennedy and Mike Grella have to be content with places on the bench.
What are your thoughts on today's team? Get in touch with Matchday Live by leaving a comment below or by using #stfcadver on twitter.
The one change to the Town side sees James Collins start in place of John Bostock, who drops to the bench.
So, captain Alan McCormack has to be content with a place on the bench today despite declaring himself fit this week.
BREAKING TEAM NEWS
Swindon Town: Foderingham; Thompson, Flint, Ward, McEveley; Ritchie, Miller (c), Ferry, Roberts; Collins, Benson.
Subs: Bedwell, Archibald-Henville, McCormack, Storey, De Vita, Rooney, Bostock.
New Swindon chairman Sir William Patey has been speaking to the local media ahead of the game this afternoon.
He has suggested that Swindon need to get their creditors to write off the club's debts to help the three-year plan flow smoothly.
He has revealed that Sir Martyn Arbib is willing to do just that...
“Some months ago when the owners were looking to expand the boards and strengthen the board with a view to consolidating the position of the last year or two.
“I was approached in the summer and asked if I would be interested in joining the board and becoming the chairman of Swindon. Obviously I said I was interested.
“They were doing their due diligence and checks on me and there were a number of discussions.
“I knew that Jeremy was a popular chairman with the fans. He’s credited with bringing Paolo Di Canio to the club.
“I’ve been used to difficult situations in the past and what I wanted to know from the owners is why the change? They were able to satisfy me that the ambitions for the club hadn’t changed.
“I think there’s an issue of communication between the owners and the chairman had broken down so that was part of the rationale for the change.
“From a business side of it, it’s to make sure the football side of it is in the same space as the commercial side.
“I think even Jeremy would admit that he dedicated himself 100 per cent to the football side. A football club’s success is obviously determined by what it does on the field but all the other stuff has to be right too.
“Part of the problem is, to get more investment in the club we need to deal with the overhang of debt that the club has.
“Without writing off the debt issue the next stage, the next phase is going to be more difficult.
“We’ve got an owner in Sir Martyn Arbib who is ready to do it and if we can get the other debtors of the holding company to write off the debt – I know Andrew Fitton and Jeremy own some of that debt as well – but if we can get that written off, and frankly it has no real value, then we would be in a position to get more investment in the club.
“They’re not going to want to come in to provide that investment when the debt is there."
Full-back Callum Kennedy left Swindon in the summer to move to today's opposition, Scunthorpe, and is not surprised to see his old club doing well.
“I was expecting them to do well," he said.
“They’ve spent a lot of money and brought in some very good players to add what was a good squad last season.
“They were always going to be one of those teams that were up there, so it will be a good test for us.
“It would be a great game for me to back for. Obviously it was one I looked for when I came here. I’d love to play.
“I was at Swindon from when I was 16 and last season was a fantastic season for the team.
“I’ve moved on and I’m happy here but I’m looking forward to seeing some old faces and hopefully getting three points.”
Midfielder John Bostock made his first start of the season for Town in last weekend's 2-2 draw with Coventry, and he this week revealed he enjoys trying to live up to the high expectations of manager Paolo Di Canio.
“The manager here has expectations on the striker, because that is the finishing area of the pitch,” he told the Advertiser
“If I am called to play here I will be ready, especially as the manager here has played that position before.
“It is good because he has high expectations of me, and he has told me that I have good talent, but now I have to match that ability with work rate and desire, and all the other things.
“He says I have a certain amount of ability, but he is not satisfied just with that and he wants the rest of it as well.
“He is encouraging me and giving me advice, and I appreciate that, and I just want to repay him on Saturday.”
1:54pm Sat 20 Oct 12
Might see McCormack reverting to a midfield role, we need more personal in central mid.
OPPOSITION BOSS: Alan Knill
The Slough-born boss has been in charge at Scunthorpe since March 2011, having made 130 appearances for the club as a player between 1993 and 1997.
The former Rotherham and Bury man started life at his new club last year with a 6-0 defeat against Norwich, but bounced back to beat Championship leaders QPR 4-1 in his very next game, but he couldn’t save the Iron from relegation.
Knill guided Scunthorpe to an 18th place finish last season, but things have been a struggle so far this campaign, and the Lincolnshire club sit in the League One relegation zone.
The Scunny boss was lucky to escape serious injury last month, after colliding with a squirrel while out on his bike.
"I got hit by a squirrel. I went over the top of my bike and landed on my head, shoulder and neck," Knill told BBC Radio Humberside.
"I saw it run into the road but couldn't do anything about it and it just hit my wheel and stuck in my wheel and hit my brakes.
"For a minute, I thought I might have been in trouble because I landed on my head. Then, all of a sudden, I thought: 'I'm not, I'm alive!'"
Not much colour on Matchday Live this week, I'm afraid. Our picture archive has crashed, obviously it had a long, hard Friday night.
We'll try to brighten up your afternoons with some witty words instead!
Matt Ritchie spoke to the media on Thursday about the prospect of several former Swindon Town players returning to the County Ground this afternoon.
David Prutton, Callum Kennedy, Mike Grella and perhaps most notably Leon Clarke come back to their form stomping - or stropping - ground with a point to prove.
Here, Ritchie talks about how he expects them to perform to an extra level today...
"They’ll obviously come back and have a point to prove. When you play against your former club or a club you’ve been at you like to play well and you try a little bit harder," he said.
“It’ll be interesting, it will be a good game and I’m sure if we start as we did against Coventry, build on that and maybe get an early goal I’m sure we’ll be alright.
“When it comes down to it it’s about Swindon getting three points and I’m sure if we win the game and put in a good performance that will all be forgotten."
And is Ritchie a marked man in League One this season?
“Maybe a little bit but that’s for me to deal with," he said. I need to up my game to resolve that and I’ll just keep working hard and trying to get on the ball and do good things with it.
1:45pm Sat 20 Oct 12
McCormack has to start,.
Last week are defence were all over the place..
2 Goals against..
One from a free kick and another from a corner...
The defence to me last week was shocking.Apart from Flint who had a half decent game
Nothing official as yet, but here are the definite ins and outs for Swindon Town this afternoon...
Andy Williams continues to recover from a calf injury and will not play a part, with Paul Benson, James Collins and Adam Rooney vying for a place up front.
In midfield, Giles Coke is back at Sheffield Wednesday receiving treatment on a foot injury and Alan Navarro has been ruled out for at least a month with a medial ligament problem in his knee.
That leaves Simon Ferry and Tommy Miller as the only recognised central midfield partnership at the club.
Miller is likely to hand the captain's armband back to Alan McCormack this afternoon, after the Town captain announced he is back to full fitness following a hamstring problem.
1:45pm Sat 20 Oct 12
McCormack has to start,.
Last week are defence were all over the place..
2 Goals against..
One from a free kick and another from a corner...
The defence to me last week was shocking.Apart from Flint who had a half decent game
Town midfielder Tommy Miller believes the Swindon squad will not be distracted by the off-field events this week.
“We find out about these things like everyone else and we have had a little meeting, but it will not affect us as players because things carry on and stay the same,” he said.
“The manager has had a little word with us as well, and Jeremy did a fantastic job to take this club forward, but unfortunately he is not going to be chairman any more.
“But we move on.”
The Town squad have yet to meet new chairman Sir William Patey, but Miller is excited to hear the former diplomat’s ideas.
“We don’t really know all that much about him, but I am sure we will in the next week or two," he said.
“Jeremy has gone now and he did a fantastic job for the football club, but we look forward to meeting the new man and hearing his ideas too.
“The manager runs a lot of things at this football club and then the chairman is above him, and all chairmen are different.
“I have played at a lot of clubs and some chairmen are hands on and some let the manager get on with it, and it works either way.”
ADVER CHIEF SPORTS WRITER SAM MORSHEAD: "I've just had the pleasure of meeting Sir William Patey in person for the first time.
"He spoke eloquently and enthusiastically about his role and the future of the club, and answered several Adver readers' questions.
"He'll be coming to as many Swindon games as possible over the coming months, and a full and revealing interview with the new Town chairman will be available from Monday inside your Advertiser."
It has been a big week for everyone at Swindon Town, with Jeremy Wray replaced as chairman by former diplomat Sir William Patey, and the new man is at the County Ground this afternoon to watch his new team for the first time.
12:33pm Sat 20 Oct 12
Di Canios Shoes says
Today I think is a big game, it could be the catalyst for the rest of the season, We playing against a decent team who have been under performing and i really dont think this will be a walk over like some might feel it to be.... time to push on and get our home form back on track, Big day to get McCormack back yet i dont know if he will start or not, id be surprised if he did.. Id like to see Rooney and Collins start today COYR's!
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Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Advertiser's live coverage of the clash between Swindon Town and Scunthorpe United in League One.
Swindon go into the clash off the back of a hard-fought draw at home to Coventry last weekend, while Scunthorpe currently find themselves in the relegation zone.
It promises to be a fascinating encounter at the County Ground, and you can get all the best build-up to the game as well as updates and post-match reaction right here on Matchday Live.
Join Advertiser chief sports writer Sam Morshead and sports writer Andy Warren from 1.30pm for all the best build-up to this afternoon's League One clash, followed by match updates and reaction.
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