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
24 years. That’s how long it had been since we were in English football’s second tier and we were going to enjoy it. Sadly our plans started badly when Andy Robinson decided to remain in League 1 with Leeds and Paul Anderson elected to join promotion rivals Nottingham Forest. Martinez signed a handful of new players to compensate for this; the standout one was Jordi Gomez who would soon become a hero…
Three Things 14 May 2022
Issue 58 Preview 8 April 2022
Owners Once Again Cast A Shadow Over Swans 2 February 2022
Issue 57: We’re back. 19 November 2021
At Swansea Oh Swansea, we speak to Swans legends and Wales internationals past and present, discuss burning issues of the day, and look back at the not-so publicised off-field events of the last few decades.
We highlight the most important turning points in the Swans’ history, write in-depth features and welcome guest columnists to a publication that prides itself on being more than just a fanzine.