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…
Saturday will be the 27th league game the Swans have played behind closed doors since football resumed in June, after the Covid-19 pandemic changed the world earlier this year. Logging on to Swans TV has become the new norm rather than making the journey to the Liberty, as football has continued without its soul and
I’ve been to well in excess of 500 live games during my lifetime. Most of them follow a similar pattern; enter the ground shortly before kick off where the atmosphere is fairly subdued to reasonable before there’s a sudden lift as the teams enter the field. On a handful of occasions when I’ve taken my place
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