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Mixed Bag for ex Robins.

It was a day of mixed fortune for ex City players around the country. Michael Bridges scored again for Carlisle United, as did Grant Smith on his debut for Walsall against Chesterfield, for whom 'The Chief', Wayne Allison, was on the mark. Lee Peacock notched a last minute goal in Swindon's home victory over Bournemouth for whom City target James Hayter scored a penalty. Guy Madjo scored twice in a fine win by Forest Green Rovers but, on the debit side, Steve Torpey was shown a red card in Scunthorpe's home defeat by Doncaster.




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Date:Saturday January 21 2006

Time: 7:53PM

 

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