We speak to former Swans and Wales striker who played for the club in the 1950’s and was recently placed onto the club’s wall of fame.
The man who became a legend
A tribute to departing skipper Ashley Williams who left the club recently after over eight years in south Wales.
Coleman had a dream
We look back at Euro 2016 which proved to be very timely and expensive for our editor. Worth every penny though of course! More thorough reviews of the Euro’s will appear on the website in the coming weeks.
Net profit, bargain buys and balancing the books
Guto Llewelyn looks at the transfer policy at the Liberty Stadium over the past few seasons.
Eager For Legal tender (EFL)
Matthew Phillips makes his debut in this issue and airs his views on the rebranding of the Football League Trophy.
Make the iceman the main man
Also making his first appearance in the fanzine is Rhys Richards who discusses the importance of Gylfi Sigurdsson to the Swans this season.
The management holy order
Former South Wales Evening Post editor Spencer Feeney discusses some of the high profile managers who will be in the Premier League this season.
Our annual review of the summer has been altered slightly with it in A-Z form rather than a diary. As ever though, all the main talking points are covered.
Our regular feature returns, in this edition of SoS we look at the up’s and down’s of the 2014/15 season.
Top 20 Liberty Games
Our new feature last term was the top 20 Swans goals at the Liberty, so this time we’ve gone for the top 20 matches. We’ll count down from 20-17 in this issue.
Meet the Jack
21-year-old Ashley Hewson is the subject of our fan interview in this issue. We particularly enjoyed his biggest sacrifice to go to a game although I’m sure his sister didn’t agree!
This also returns after a year’s sabbatical, where we look at the lessons that need to be learned from last season.