This would go down as one of the best games I have ever witnessed - in terms of both quality and excitement.
Swindon were absolutely flying at the time and had just beaten Arsenal to reach the semis of the League Cup which, for the benefit of younger readers, was taken seriously by the top clubs in those days.
Mike Green's team was at the very peak of its powers and ripped in to them in breathtaking style. We led three times, but Swindon came back each time to equalise - the last one through Andy Rowland (who Mike Bateson was convinced Dave Smith thought he had signed when he signed the other Andy Rowland) five minutes from the end.
There was still time for Donal Murphy to crack in a scorching 30-yard winner only for it to be disallowed as a United player had been pushed over and lay prostrate in the box. A gutting end to an enthralling evening's entertainment.
I don’t really trust them not to build more houses and then not deliver the stadium and just sod off