Tag: Gylfi Sigurdsson

Top Twenty Away Days This Century. Number 20.

The Swans recently put a poll out about the best away days in recent years and some of the selections and votes left me feeling underwhelmed. So I’m going to bring you my top 20 over the coming weeks and months and rank them in what I think is the correct order…

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Swansea City icons quiz: Gylfi Sigurdsson

For this week’s icons quiz it’s the turn of the Iceman, Gylfi Sigurddson, one of the most gifted footballers to ever wear the white shirt…

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Issue 43

The 43rd issue of SoS fanzine will be available prior to the home game with Huddersfield Town at the Liberty on Saturday, and here’s what we’ve got for you…

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The saga finally ends…

So the inevitable has happened at last and Gylfi Sigurdsson has finally signed for Everton for a fee in the region of £45 million.

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And so it begins…

To say it’s been an interesting summer in south Wales would be a bit of an understatement as Swansea City prepare for their 6th consecutive season of Premier League football. We’ve waved goodbye to a clutch of players, namely our legendary skipper, while we’ve welcomed some new faces including two new strikers, one of which for a record-breaking fee.

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No more excuses, things MUST improve!

At the end of August we were riding the crest of a wave. Another fine victory over Manchester United had put us into the top four going into the first international break and the majority of the Jack Army including myself were confident that we’d once again finish comfortably in the top half of the

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Five things from Villa (a)

Here’s five things from our first away victory of the campaign. Drop Gomis I have to start on a sour note. Bafetimbi Gomis was poor again, he was outmuscled and outthought too many times for my liking and of course he was caught offside three times needlessly once again. At the moment his performances are

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Opposition View – Spurs

Here’s this week’s opposition view courtesy of My eyes have seen the glory… How long have you supported Spurs and what was your first game? My memory just about stretches back to 1969 when Spurs beat West Ham United at White Hart Lane 1-0 with Jimmy Greaves scoring through the legs of Peter Grotier in

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Five things from Watford (a)

Here’s our regular five things from yesterday’s game… Wrong game plan part 1 Heurelho Gomes is one of the dodgiest goalkeepers I’ve seen at this level over a period of time. I’ve lost count of how many mistakes I saw him make whilst at Spurs. A lot of these mistakes were on crosses so why

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Five things from Newcastle at Home

Slide Rule Shelvey One thing I really like about Jonjo Shelvey is that he’ll play the risky ambitious or “hollywood” pass as it’s become known. Admittedly he sometimes does it too much but he’s now learning when to take this option and his assist for the first goal was sublime. He and Bafetimbi Gomis are

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