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The Football Association have charged Swindon Town's director of football, Tim Sherwood, for his alleged behaviour during his side's recent game against Bury.
Sherwood is alleged to have had a confrontation with a match official during half-time of the game at Gigg Lane.
Swindon are currently four points adrift of safety in League One.
Swindon Town’s director of football Tim Sherwood has been charged by The FA in relation to the game at Bury on 11 February 2017.
It is alleged that in or around the tunnel area at half time of the fixture, he used abusive and/or insulting and/or improper words and/or behaviour towards a Match Official.
He has until 6pm on 20 February 2017 to respond to the charge.
Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has been appointed director of football at Swindon.
The ex-Aston Villa boss had been linked with the manager's job at QPR but has instead moved to the Sky Bet League One side and was presented to the media on Thursday afternoon.
The 47-year-old played with Robins chairman Lee Power at Norwich and had previously helped send players to the County Ground on loan while at Tottenham.
I've had other offers but it's an interesting project I've had a close eye on for four years since I started loaning players to this club. I've had a lot of discussions with a lot of clubs but I'm happy to be sat here.
Luke Williams (head coach) is at this club because of me, he was my recommendation. I came across him in a development phase of the game and I recommended him to Lee.
He is a very good coach and has a lot more to come. I am coming here to help out. I think it needs tweaking, possibly the style of play at times, sometimes we might need to flip the page a bit.
I think I can give him a helping hand in that.
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Swindon Town manager Martin Ling has resigned due to health reasons.
Ling only took over at the County Ground on November 3 and guided the Robins to five wins in his nine games during his 56-day spell in charge.
Ling took time out for depression during his time as Torquay manager in February 2013 and the Swindon job was his first managerial role since he left Plainmoor.
A statement on the club's official website read: "Swindon Town have today been informed that Martin Ling has resigned from his position as first team manager due to health reasons."
Swindon Town chairman Lee Power will acct as the club's caretaker manager after dismissing manager Mark Cooper.
Power will be in charge for the Robins' game against Oldham Athletic on Tuesday, but won't be the next permanent manager of the club.
Swindon manager Mark Cooper has left the club following Saturday's defeat at Millwall.
Cooper, 46, steered Swindon to the Sky Bet League One play-offs last season, but a 2-0 loss at the New Den has left them without a league win in six matches and one point above the relegation zone.
Chairman Lee Power is expected to take temporary charge of the team.
The club has yet to make a statement but said on its official Twitter site: "Swindon Town Football Club have (on Saturday) evening parted company with manager, Mark Cooper.
"A full statement from the football club will be made on Monday."
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Liverpool left-back Kevin Stewart has moved to League One Swindon Town on loan for the season.
The former Tottenham player joins fellow Liverpool youngster Jordan Williams at the County Ground.
QPR have followed up the signing of Massimo Luongo by signing Ben Gladwin from Swindon Town, too.
The attacking midfielder was part of the Swindon team who made it to the League One play-off final and has signed a three-year deal at Loftus Road.
There was interest from the Premier League but for me, personally, I think this move is a little more realistic at this stage of my career. Playing is what it’s all about. Sitting on the bench is no way to improve your game.
Chris Ramsey is a fantastic coach and I’m sure he’ll improve me on the training pitch. I spoke to him earlier this week and was hugely impressed by what he had to say and where he sees me fitting in.
Everyone I’ve spoken to about QPR said it would be a good move for me. I can’t wait to get going here.