Issue 57: We’re back.

SoS returns this weekend for the first time since before the pandemic, we have plenty of content for you as we hit the streets once again. Here’s what’s in store.

Gary Stanley Interview – We catch up with the former Swans midfielder who played for the club in the first division era, and scored one of the greatest goals in our history with a screamer against Manchester City.

An Avoidable Mess – We look back at our managerial upheaval over summer and assess where we went wrong and how we should approach such issues in the future

To Those Who’ve Moved On – We pay tribute to the players who have left the club since we went into lockdown, many of whom never played for the Swans without restrictions

Martin Evokes Memories Of Rodgers and Roberto – New columnist Tim Lewis discusses the similarities between our current manager and two of our most successful one’s in recent history.

A Pat On The Back, Son – A Touch Far Vetched Editor Nigel Davies issues an apology to recent signing Jamie Paterson, who has proved to be a far better signing than he originally thought!

To The Crynant Cafu – We pay tribute to Connor Roberts, the fans favourite who moved to Burnley on transfer deadline day.

Alcohol and Football – Guto Llewelyn discusses the age old rule of not being able to drink in the stands at football and whether it needs to change.

What Might January Bring? – With the transfer window now only weeks away, it’s time to look at where we could see some movement and who could possibly be leaving.

Olympic Swans – Owen Carter discusses past and current Swansea City players and discusses who could excel in certain events! Meet The Jack – Our fan interview feature is back, and it’s recruitment consultant Rich Bevan answering our questions in this issue.

Top fives – Our other regular feature is also returning, and our subject this time is games we couldn’t attend during lockdown.

Who Leads Wales In Play-Offs? With the World Cup still in reach we discuss the managerial situation, which is likely to be resolved in the coming months.

News In Brief – We touch on the departure of the legendary Alan Tate, Cardiff acting like babies, and a day in South Shields in our news section.

Sellers will be in place from approximately half past one on Saturday at Rossi’s crossing and Frankie and Benny’s, and although inflation might be the highest in a decade, our price hasn’t gone up, it’s still just £1.