As Saturday’s South Wales derby approaches, we bring you a quiz on the history of the one fixture we want to win above all others…
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
The Jack Army has approached deadline day with a certain amount of trepidation in recent years. August 2018 is etched long in the memory after we gave away Federico Fernandez, Jordi Amat, Sam Clucas and Jordan Ayew in the hours of the transfer window and only one new player arrived.
We’ve reached the end of our Swansea City icons quizzes and there was one glaring omission from the list. We believe in good things coming to those who wait, so will round off this feature with a man who became a legend at the Swans… Lee Trundle.
24 years. That’s how long it had been since we were in English football’s second tier and we were going to enjoy it. Sadly our plans started badly when Andy Robinson decided to remain in League 1 with Leeds and Paul Anderson elected to join promotion rivals Nottingham Forest. Martinez signed a handful of new players to compensate for this; the standout one was Jordi Gomez who would soon become a hero…
We return to the capital for this week’s countdown and narrowly missing out on the top ten is one of our biggest ever results on the way to winning our first ever major trophy. Having despatched Middlesbrough in our first ever quarter final we faced the Blues at Stamford Bridge in the last four looking for a good result ahead of the return at the Liberty…
Over the coming weeks we will be bringing you our Swansea City icons quizzes, testing your knowledge on some of the greatest players in the Swans’ history. This week it’s the turn of a former captain who would later become the manager – it’s Garry Monk.
This was truly the start of the tika-taka football that we now see to this day. Roberto Martinez reshaped his squad during the summer with, Dorus De Vries, Angel Rangel, Ferrie Bodde, Paul Anderson and Jason Scotland all arrived and formed the basis of the new look side…
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