The Washbag

Over a year after Paul Hart lead Swindon to relegation, Alex Cooke has the privilege of pushing Town’s second all-time-least-successful manager in to the depths of the STFC Hall of Shame.

Paul Hart should have bounced. After all they call it a ‘dead cat bounce’ as supposedly even the most decomposed felines will get some elevation if dropped from a great enough height. And Swindon Town had certainly fallen a long way when Hart was appointed manager in March 2011, plunging from the Play Off final the previous season all the way down to 21st place. But as boss at Crystal Palace and Portsmouth Hart had experience of getting struggling clubs in similar situations to climb back up the table. And that was the very reason that then chairman Andrew Fitton chose him to replace Danny Wilson.

“I think in these circumstances Paul’s credentials spoke for themselves and it was…

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