Issue 40: out now

We’ve reached our landmark 40th issue at Swansea Oh Swansea; let’s have a look at what’s in store this time around.

What’s inside:

John Hodge – Our lead interview is with former Swans winger John Hodge who played over 100 times for the club between 1993/96, including in the Autoglass Trophy final in 1994.

Glen Davies – We also spoke to Glen Davies who played in various positions for the club during the 1970’s alongside the likes of Mel Nurse and Herbie Williams.

Bad Bob Worst Ever? – Guto Llewellyn looks at Bob Bradley’s ill-fated spell as Swansea City manager and looks at other car crash managerial episodes to determine if he’s the worth in Premier League history

Fans’ Forum – Paul Clement and co met the fans on Wednesday at the annual fans forum event, we provide you with the best snippets from that night.

Paul’s potential transfer pay off – A Touch Far Vetched’s Nigel Davies looks at how we may have the ideal coach to get the best out of a talented group of youngsters who are taking the u23 league by storm.

The Real Truth Begins Part 2 – Author Keith Haynes talks about his dealings with the club during the 2001/2 season which includes current and former directors in a continuation from his piece in the last issue.

Myths fuelled by lazy pundits – It’s time for a non-Swans rant as our editor looks at some of the myths fed to us by pundits including the Europa League and 40 points

Top 20 Liberty games – We’re closing in on revealing what our number one game in Liberty Stadium history. This time we reveal places 8-5 including a derby win and victory over a side that would go on to become champions.

Swansea Seasons – Our regular feature continues, in this issue we remind you of what happened in our first season at the Liberty when Kenny Jackett was in charge and a certain Lee Trundle was on fire.

Top 5s – With the Swans doing significant business in January for once we decided to look at our top January signings in recent years in this issue.

Meet the Jack – Scott McKinnon is the subject of our regular fan feature and reveals how he came to the follow the club after moving to the area from Scotland.

News In Brief – We cover the arrivals and departures as well as our appearance on Match of the Day 2 in January.

Notes from the Editor – Editor Steven Carroll discusses the change of management at the club since the last issue and suggest that while things have improved we are not out of the woods yet and are still wary of what is going on behind the scenes.

This latest edition is as ever just £1 and will be available from Slee Stores Sandfield and Neath Road as well as Good News Swansea Market, the Travel Club pod and around the ground on match days.