Tag: Wales

Swansea City icons quiz: Ashley Williams

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. This week it’s the turn of arguably our greatest ever captain and centre half – Ashley Williams.

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Swansea City icons quiz: Roger Freestone

It’s now the turn of a man who gave us some of our greatest Premier League moments – Miguel Cuesta Perez, or as we know him, Michu!

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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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SoS Quiz

Ahead of Wales’ crucial World Cup Qualifier in Dublin this week, our weekly quiz takes an international turn.

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Opposition view: Stoke City

Ahead of Monday night’s trip to Stoke, David Cowlishaw from the Wizards of Drivel podcast gives us the lowdown on Mark Hughes’ side.

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Wales: Austria away q&a

We caught up with Austria fans Christian Spindler and David Ziermann ahead of Wales’ crucial World Cup qualifier in Vienna.

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From the archives: Chatting to Charles

Everyone at Swansea Oh Swansea would like to pass on their condolences to Mel Charles’ family and friends at this time. Mel was a true great for the Swans as well as his country. He played over 30 times for the national side in a team that reached the World Cup quarter finals, and made over 200 appearances for the Swans between 1952 and 1959, scoring 69 goals.

Back in 2012, our Editor Steven Carroll was privileged enough to meet and interview Mel for issue 15 of the fanzine, and here is the interview in full.

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If Carlsberg did weeks…

I’m not going to lie, Cyprus away was a red letter day in the diary for me from the moment we were paired with them in group B of qualifying for Euro 2016. A trip to a hot climate, an 18-30 resort nearby, a good chance of winning – what didn’t appeal about a trip

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The night we became one nation

I’ve been to well in excess of 500 live games during my lifetime. Most of them follow a similar pattern; enter the ground shortly before kick off where the atmosphere is fairly subdued to reasonable before there’s a sudden lift as the teams enter the field. On a handful of occasions when I’ve taken my place

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