Author: Steven Carroll

Three Things

By Phil Dempster For those that are unaware of Three Things its something I’ve done on Facebook for all the games I attend each season.  It started after that crushing 3-1 defeat to Spurs after we were 1-0 up on 89/90 minutes.  My Facebook post was “Three Things we didn’t deserve that, I hate football

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Issue 58 Preview

The 58th edition of SoS fanzine will hit the streets before our game with Derby on Saturday. Here’s what we have in store for you.

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Owners Once Again Cast A Shadow Over Swans 

The transfer window that has now closed, was by no means the worst in the recent history of Swansea City, but then again the bar has been set so low since the change of ownership in 2016 that it really isn’t a compliment either.

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Cooper deserves respect, but I’m not sorry he’s gone.

So the saga of the summer has finally reached it’s conclusion and Steve Cooper is no longer the manager of Swansea City. There had long been rumours of this happening since the Play-Off final defeat to Brentford at the end of May and yesterday’s news finally put an end to the speculation. The manager had

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A Challenging Window, But A Successful One

When the transfer window opened at the beginning of last month, the Swans didn’t look like a side that needed to do much business. A striker seemed to be the biggest priority, but other than that the squad looked to be in rude health. But this was a January like no other, very few clubs

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Ashley Williams – A Tribute To An All Time Great

When John Toshack broke Swansea City’s record transfer fee to sign Colin Irwin in 1981, no one could have foreseen that the fee of £350,000 would not be broken for over a quarter of a century. As the Swans dropped back down the leagues shortly after that, very little money was spent on transfers and

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Leeds – Ten Years On

We bring you a nostalgic piece about a classic Swansea City game. This was originally published in SoS fanzine for the tenth anniversary of the match in December 2017. Things were very different in this part of south Wales a decade ago. We were in League 1, the Swansea Way had only just been implemented

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The derby like no other.

Saturday will be the 27th league game the Swans have played behind closed doors since football resumed in June, after the Covid-19 pandemic changed the world earlier this year. Logging on to Swans TV has become the new norm rather than making the journey to the Liberty, as football has continued without its soul and

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Which striker could we target in January?

The Swans did some very good business during the off season if you discount the miserly fee we accepted for Joe Rodon. The majority of the squad has adequate cover and two players for each position, but we do appear to be a striker short of mounting a real promotion push. Andre Ayew has been

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Swansea seasons: 2004/05

Kenny Jackett was embarking on his first full season at the club and it was obvious where he needed to strengthen.

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