ROWDY ROBINS QUINTET APOLOGISE
Five Swindon players have apologised after going on a night out following the 1-0 victory over Plymouth last weekend.
Alan McCormack, Alan Connell, Raffaele De Vita, Simon Ferry and Jay McEveley released a statement on the club's official website on Thursday admitting letting their "standards slip".
Manager Paolo Di Canio had hit out at the attitude of some members of his squad following their 2-1 defeat at Aldershot on Tuesday night.
The statement read: "The players would like to apologise for spending a few hours out on Saturday night. We have been very professional all season and we let our standards slip at such an important time of the season.
"We, as a group of players, are all focused on winning the title and want nothing more than that for us and everybody associated with the club but, more importantly, for the fans who have supported us so well throughout the season."
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