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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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We need a miracle this time

It’s difficult to even know where to begin anymore. If I was going to do a blog focusing on the good things about Swansea City right now it would be over within one paragraph.

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Sigurdsson – The Second Coming

Losing our talisman Gylfi Sigurdsson was always going to hurt, he is without doubt our best player and on sheer ability is the best Swansea City player of the Premier League era.

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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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Hull City preview

This Saturday sees league football return to the Liberty Stadium with Hull City visiting south Wales. It’s also the day you can can your hands on Swansea oh Swansea issue 37.
But first, here’s our preview…

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Were we too harsh on Gomis?

One of the most protracted sagas of the summer is finally over and Bafetimbi Gomis left the club for Marseille on a season-long loan. Nearly our entire fanbase is glad to see the back of him in spite of the fact that we now have no recognised striker on our books. But why was Gomis so loathed by the Jack Army? Let’s remind ourselves…

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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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