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Butler on the current Swans’ plight

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

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Jenkins had to go.

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.

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Lessons Must Be Learnt This Summer

I’m over the moon Swansea City have managed to secure another campaign of Premier League football and full credit to Paul Clement for rescuing us. We looked dead and buried at the turn of the year with an embarrassing twelve points at the halfway stage of the season, so finishing 15th is an excellent return.

But don’t let that fool you into believing this has been a successful season, it’s been far from that. We have survived in spite of all the off-field goings on at the club – not because we are still that model club that many others aspire to be.

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Snippets from the fans forum

On Wednesday 22nd February here was a fans forum at the Liberty featuring Paul Clement, Nigel Gibbs, Karl Halabi,Claude Makelele, Leon Britton andJack Cork as well as members fromthe Supporters Trust. Here are some snippets from that meeting…

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We’re becoming like any other club

Swansea City have given me an immense amount of pride over the last few years. When your club does well it inevitably makes you feel proud but it was about so much more than success on the pitch.

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Graveyard of Ambition

We all love to see young players come through at Swansea City. Many of our greatest ever players have come through our youth setup, Ivor Allchurch, Mel Charles, Robbie James and Alan Curtis to name a few. In recent years the production has dried up but one of the exceptions was Joe Allen. His talent

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