Swindon Town tread dangerous ground as Tim Sherwood keeps himself scarce

27 March 2017 09:00
The Swindon director of football did not appear to be present to witness Conor Thomas’s late winner over Millwall which gave the Robins a glimmer of hopeHow do you galvanise a callow, dejected team that appears to be sleepwalking into League Two? It was a question Luke Williams had to ponder before his Swindon Town team faced Millwall on Saturday. They had lost four games in a row, three of them to goals in the dying minutes, and were seven points from safety. When Williams assessed the mood at training early in the week, he sensed that hope was ebbing away. Two days before the game he told them exactly that: it seemed, the head coach informed his squad, as if some of them had given up. Related: Bolton and Portsmouth tighten grips around automatic promotion Continue reading. . read full article

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