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Key points and thoughts from trust meeting

Many of you were I’m sure following my live tweeting from Friday night’s Supporters Trust meeting regarding the possible sale of shares. First of all if you tweeted me a question and I didn’t reply then I apologise, my twitter was going crazy and I would have been there all night if I’d replied to

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Manchester United Q and A

James of the United podcast takes part in this week’s opposition view. How’s your season been so far? Pretty frustrating to be honest. Pre-season left us full of optimism after the dross served up under Moyes and although results have been decent, the performances have left a lot to be desired. We all knew

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5 things from West Brom

I’ve put it off for long enough, here’s my 5 debrief points from our defeat at West Brom. We had luck for once – when it comes to referees. Neil Taylor could have seen red for his rash challenge on Callum McManaman in the first half. Fortunately for us he escaped with a yellow but

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West Brom v Swansea Preview

It’s a rare midweek match for the Swans this week as they make what is amazingly the shortest trip of the campaign to the Hawthorns to take on West Bromwich Albion. Here’s our preview. Opposition After a poor opening half of the season Alan Irvine paid the price with his job and has since been

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West Brom Q and A

Mark Thomas of gives us the lowdown on our midweek opponents West Brom. How’s your season been so far? Simply put it’s been a struggle. Sadly it wasn’t unexpected either given the ridiculous decision to appoint Alan Irvine as boss back in June and the lack of quality players brought into the club following

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Sunderland preview

After last weekend’s glorious first Premier League win of 2015 at Southampton the Swans return to the Liberty for the first time in three weeks on Saturday with Sunderland the visitors to south Wales. Here’s our preview. Opposition  Gus Poyet’s side are this season’s draw specialists in the top flight having been involved in eleven

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Sunderland Q and A

Joseph Tilbury of Sunderland World gives us the lowdown on this weekend’s opponents. How’s your season been so far? It’s been probably what we expected really. The plan was for a consolidation season, a comfortable bottom half finish without the relegation battle of last season. Whilst it’s not gone as comfortably as we might have

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Time to draw a line… for now!

I wrote a blog a couple of weeks ago after Bafetimbi Gomis’ rant on French TV and said if we could find someone else then we should sell as we don’t want any bad eggs in the squad bringing everyone down. Well it appears Gomis has today completed a remarkable u-turn and on his twitter

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5 things from Southampton

After our best result of the season so far at Southampton this weekend here’s five things from the game. Tactically spot on – Garry Monk recognised it would be difficult to go toe to toe with Southampton and for that reason resorted to plan B which we saw at Everton. This was to sit deep

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Southampton v Swansea Preview

The Swans go looking for their first league victory of 2015 on Sunday as they travel to St Mary’s to face the Premier League surprise package Southampton. Here’s our preview. Opposition It’s fair to say Ronald Koeman’s side have been the revelation of 2014/5. They started well before a slight dip around Christmas but are

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