The first issue of the new season is out for the visit of Preston on Saturday. Here’s what we have for you…
So we’ve finally been put out of our misery this afternoon as Graham Potter has been confirmed as Brighton’s new manager, leaving the Swans behind after just under a year in charge.
This weekend will see the legendary Alan Curtis sit in the dugout of a Swansea City match for the final time before he retires from coaching and becomes honorary club president. It will be a sad day for the club, but it gives us an opportunity to say thank you and appreciate all he has
There is no right or wrong answer here, and I see both sides of the argument. There are those who want to go to the game and support the team and ignore all the off-field goings on at the moment – and there are those who feel they need to make a stand and don’t want to part with any more money as they feel we are being asset stripped.
Tom Butler played for the Swans from 2006-2012, playing his part in the Swans rise through the leagues. In our exclusive interview with him in the 50th issue of SoS fanzine, released over the weekend, we asked him for his thoughts on the current situation at the club. Like the majority of Swans fans, our
I was about to settle down for an evening meal in Bristol with some friends when I heard the news that Huw Jenkins had resigned as chairman of Swansea City.
After the summer transfer window shut I declared it as a disaster as four players departed with only one coming in, leaving us woefully short in certain positions and those players didn’t even depart for the money that we should have received for them.
I was devastated to hear the sad news this morning that big Kevin Austin has passed away. He had a firm place in the hearts of the Jack Army with his no nonsense defending, the way he’d go into 50/50s and what can only be described as the best ability I’ve ever seen at holding off a defender to allow the ball to go out for a goal kick.