Our latest offering hits the streets on Boxing Day ahead of the home game with West Ham. This is what we have for you in Issue 39…
Exclusive interview: Stephen Dobbie
One of the heroes of our promotion campaign from 2010/11 reminisces about his spell at the Liberty Stadium, including why he signed for the club, winning promotion and scoring at Wembley.
What They Wanted/What They Got
A Touch Far Vetched’s Nigel Davies takes a light hearted look at what some figures from the footballing world wanted on 25th December and then reveals what they had instead.
RIP The Swansea Way
Our editor takes a look at the demise of what has become known as our blueprint for success and explains why he thinks it’s dead.
The Real Truth Begins Part 1
In this first part of his new regular feature Keith Haynes reveals some home truths about the club from the Silver Shield/Ninth Floor era at the club from 1998-2001
Stop Hiding and Man Up
Steven Carroll accuses four players of not trying this season and wants them to buck their ideas out or moved onto pastures new as soon as possible. Can you guess who they are?
Where Should We Strengthen?
Lucy Carpenter assesses where our squad is in most urgent need of surgery and look s at realistic options who could improve the situation.
He was once one of our star men but has found himself out of favour after some questionable displays over the past 18 months. Guto Llewelyn looks at where it went wrong for Jefferson Montero.
Our regular feature looks at the last time the Swans were relegated in 2000/1 in this issue. Let’s hope at the season’s end it’s still the last time we dropped a division.
Top 20 Liberty Games
We’ve reached the halfway point of our countdown in this issue and reveal numbers 12-9 including a south Wales derby and a win over English footballs most successful club.
We touch on the return to the club of former manager Brian Flynn, the sad passing of Len Allchurch and our shambolic defensive record.
Depressed about the thought of relegation. We lift the gloom by giving you our top 5 Championship away games should the worst happen.
In my addressing notes in this issue I discuss how disillusioned I am about the current situation call on the shareholders who’ve sold us to move on as they’ve lost our trust.
So we have some very strong content for you this time around and still for the bargain price of £1. Slee Stores Sandfields and Neath Road as well as Good News Swansea Market should have this issue by Friday 23rd and the travel club pod will have it after the game on 26th. You can of course buy on match day as well from Rossi’s crossing or the retail park bridge. Merry Christmas all