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Top Twenty Away Days This Century. Number 13.

The Swans came up against Brendan Rodgers for the first time since his departure, in a 4th round League Cup tie, and it would not be a happy reunion for our former manager…

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Opposition view – Liverpool

We speak to Peter Phillips from The Kop Table podcast ahead of the Swans’ trip to Anfield…

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Opposition view: Liverpool

Thanks to Peter Phillips from the Kop Table podcast for answering our questions for this week’s opposition view. How’s your season been so far? Apart from the blip we had against Burnley we have had a good start to the season with very good away wins at Arsenal and Chelsea. The players are playing with freedom

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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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Bring back Brendan

Now that Garry Monk has finally been put out of his misery, attention will turn to who Swansea City should replace him with in order to revive the clubs fortunes. For me our biggest problem is that we seem to have lost our identity. We have moved away from the triangles, short sharp passing and

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Opposition View – Liverpool

It’s a trip to Anfield for Swansea City this weekend. Red All Over The Land fanzine editor John Pearman tells us about Liverpool’s season so far… How would you assess your season so far? Expectations weren’t at the usual level back in August but even so, disappointing especially the home form.  However, for many teams

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Opposition View – Manchester United

James from Manchester United podcast Written Offside answers our questions ahead of our clash with the Red Devils on Sunday. How long have you supported United and what was your first game? I began supporting United in 1983 (age 6). My earliest memory is of the 1983 Milk Cup final (now Capital One Cup) vs

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