Date: 8th February 2009 at 9:16pm
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‘Super’ Sam Parkin has been voted Swindon Town’s best player of the decade by Swindon vital voters in a recent poll.

The striker scored 68 goals in 126 league games for Swindon from 2002-2005 beforing departing for Ipswich Town.

Second place went to midfielder Danny Invinicible. The Australian played 128 leagues games for Swindon from 2000-2003, he famously scored the goal that saved Swindon from relegation in 2001.

Third was current favourite Simon Cox and fourth was Tommy Mooney.

62% Sam Parkin
16% Danny Invinicible
15% Simon Cox
5% Tommy Mooney
2% Other


We’ll do the poll again later on in the year and see whether voters still feel the same.


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