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Crystal Palace Q and A

Matt Woosnam from Five Year Plan fanzine discusses his high’s and lows following Crystal Palace this term. How’s the season been for you? It started in January when we nabbed Pardew from Newcastle. Warnock’s football was really poor for the most part and the results reflected that. Certainly everyone felt a change was gonna come,

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5 games that cost us Europe

So the Swans have fallen just short in their quest to qualify for the Europa League but this shouldn’t detract from what has been a magnificent campaign. Let’s look back at five games which contributed to us missing out.   Southampton Home   The Swans were on top in this game when Wilfried Bony was

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Manchester City Q and A

Ric from answers our question in this week’s opposition view. How’s your season been? A bit of an anti-climax, to be honest. We may yet finish second and we qualified for the knock out phases of the Champions League, so it’s hardly been a disaster but expectations were high after doing a double (of

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Everton Q and A

Calvin from Royal Blue Mersey answers our questions on this weekend’s opponents Everton. How’s your season been? The expectations were sky-high going into the season. Champions League qualification! Going deep into the Europa League! Winning one of the domestic Cups! With that in mind, this has been a horribly disappointing season. All season we’ve waited

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5 things from Hull

Here’s 5 things from the victory over Hull Don’t buy a ticket… – If you have a player who has excellent long range shooting ability then it’s always worth having someone following in on the shots in case the keeper can’t hold it. Usually it’s a striker but big credit to Ki here. He gambled

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Hull Q and A

Ian Waterson of the City Independent gives us the lowdown on Hull City How’s your season been so far? One of frustration. Indeed, your visit coincided with our lowest ebb as injuries and suspensions to key players bit hard. Punished by a deflected goal despite playing reasonably well given the circumstances, has been a constant

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Issue 31 Preview

The final SoS of the season will be available before this weekend’s clash with Hull City. This is what we have you. Jimmy Rimmer – The former Swans goalkeeper talks to Steven Carroll about his career at the vetch Field as a player and a coach. Time heals all wounds – Guto Llewellyn looks at previous players

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Swansea v Hull Preview

The Swans resume league action this weekend after the international break and welcome Hull City to the Liberty Stadium. Here’s our preview. Opposition Steve’s Bruce’s Tigers probably expected more from this campaign with them only three points from relegation and averaging less than a point a game. Injuries to key players like Robert Snodgrass haven’t helped

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We must avoid defeat in Haifa

A more or less fully fit first eleven to choose from, eight points from four games, a squad full of confidence and making all the right noises in the press. It’s a long time since we felt this good about our national team’s prospects of qualifying for a major tournament. Since our excellent 0-0 draw

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5 things from Villa

Here’s 5 points from our late win at Villa Park At last! – I was beginning to think Bafetimbi Gomis was never going to score so it was a huge relief when he finally ended his barren run. For me if he hadn’t scored in this game it would have been time to drop him

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