Articles by Nick Judd

Wokingham ’88: Trains, Trophies and Telford

WORDS: NICK JUDD

PHOTOGRAPHY: VINCENT TAYLOR

It was spring 1988 and Wokingham Town were enjoying their greatest-ever season. Regulars to the club’s modest Finchampstead Road ground were daring to dream not just of Wembley but of a historic treble including the Berks and Bucks Cup and promotion to the Conference. They couldn’t, could they?

Finchampstead Road 1

Peaks and Troughs: We Are Swindon Town!

WORDS: NICK JUDD

They’ve seen more protests than Swampy, more takeovers than English banks and they haven’t beaten their fiercest rivals since 2001, yet lifelong fan Nick Judd (pictured, below right in specs and scarf) explains why it’s not all bad when you follow the “fifth most stressful club to support in England…”

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