Tag: Leon Britton

Swansea seasons: 2010/11

The thought of another campaign with this man in charge did make me tempted to not renew my season ticket…

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Swansea seasons: 2003/04

Win our first three league games, then lose a top of the table clash in the next game…

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Swansea City icons quiz: Leon Britton

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.

Up first in the list in a man who is without doubt one of the all-time greats, Leon Britton…

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Fans’ forum

On Thursday evening Steve Cooper, Trevor Birch and Leon Britton were in attendance at Taibach Rugby Club in Port Talbot for the third fans’ forum of the season. Here’s a roundup of what was asked…

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Changes needed before it’s too late.

After the home game with Burnley things were as positive at the Liberty Stadium as they had been all season. A joyous last minute winner from Fernando Llorente had put us six points ahead of Hull and our chances of survival were considered very good.

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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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Leicester City (a) preview

After a comfortable victory at Peterborough in the League Cup, the Swans return to league action on Saturday with a visit to the King Power to face champions Leicester City. Here’s our preview…

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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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The end of the road

Garry Monk is a Swansea City legend and he always will be. That’s what makes writing this blog particularly hard but unfortunately I can’t let my affection for him detract from the fact that his reign as our manager should now come to an end. I wrote a blog a month or so ago expressing

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Five things from York City

Here’s five things from our League Cup 2nd round victory over York Britton Masterclass We’ve said all summer that we don’t want him to go and last night showed why. He was the best player on the pitch, rarely giving the ball away, always showing for his team-mates. The expert in keeping things simple but

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