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.
Trust Chairman Interview – We’ve secured an interview with Dave Dalton to discuss the Supporters Trust settlement with the former and current shareholders. It’s a long read (takes up 6 pages) and we couldn’t put all of it in this issue so we’ve focused on questions around the deal. But myself and Dave have agreed the full interview will go on the fanzine website in two or three parts shortly after Easter so everyone can read it.
All that’s Needed – In response to the Supporters Trust deal, former chairman Andy Godden runs the rule over it and offers his thoughts on how the process could and or should’ve played out.
Trust The Process? Oh Go On Then! – A Touch Far Vetched Editor Nigel Davies looks at the progress made by Russell Martin since taking charge and as ever can’t resist to have a few witty digs at our pals up the road who have become experts at straw clutching over the last few days!
The Paterson Saga – Our editor looks back at what happened with Jamie Paterson is January and discusses how it can be resolved and what should happen next.
Cardiff’s Inferiority – Regular columnist Guto Llewelyn looks back at the derby day massacre at Legoland and assesses why the Swans usually come out on top in this all important fixture.
Cardiff Win Restores Faith In The Process – Tim Lewis had become by the Swans in recent weeks and goes on to explain why, but after the derby day demolition he’s now feeling optimistic again.
Wayne Routledge – We welcome back Matt Harrison to SoS and he pays tribute to Wayne Routledge who retired last summer after a decade of service in SA1.
End Of Season Awards – With another campaign nearly done and dusted, we dish out awards for best player, signing, goal, performance and away day. I’m sure you have an idea of what might come out on top in those categories, but will you agree with our editor?
Welsh Swans At Major Tournaments – Owen Carter looks at the best Swansea born or Swansea City players to have represented Wales at tournaments and picks his best 11 from those eligible. There’s one startling choice in particular here that many may not agree with!
The Fan – Pembrokeshire’s finest Ryan Coleman answers our questions in our regular fan interview and reveals where he met Leon Britton and how he’s a big fan of the Swansea way.
SoS will be available from Rossi’s crossing, as well as Frankie and Benny’s crossing from half past one before the game. If you can’t wait that long though Good News Swansea market and Slee Stores Neath Road also have it in stock for the usual bargain price of £1!