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|Southampton tired out tuesday?|
by Steensig at 09:57 23 Jan 2017
Considering they have a game on saturday in the FA cup against Arsenal, wouldnt you think they choose their best starting eleven both Sat and Tues? Giving us a Physical boost perhaps? Havent always put much into the "many matches less quality", but it seems some teams are having difficulties with fitness (see Leicester)
|The Official Swansea City U21's Versus Coventry City CT 1/4 Final Match Thread|
by jackharris at 01:26 23 Jan 2017
Venue: Liberty Stadium, landore, Swansea, UK, SA12FA
Date: Tuesday 24th January 2017, at 7.30pm
Tickets are on sale for Tuesday's Checkatrade Trophy quarter-final as Swansea City under-21s take on League One side Coventry City at the Liberty Stadium (7:30pm).
Swansea are the last remaining academy side in the competition. Come and support the next generation of Swans as they continue their push for a Wembley final.
A second half double from Oli McBurnie helped the young Swans come from behind to beat their Wolves counterparts 2-1 in the third round earlier this month. Victories over Newport County and Plymouth Argyle saw Swansea finish second in their group in round one, before wins over Norwich’ academy in round two.
Coventry topped Group D South with victories over West Ham’s academy, Northampton Town and Wycombe Wanderers before wins over Crawley Town and Brighton’s academy in the second and third round.
Swans supporters can purchase their ticket either in-person on the night or by contacting 0844816665 or online https://www.eticketing.co.uk/swanstickets/details/event.aspx?itemref=1219
Tickets prices are as follows:
Adult - £5
Concessions* - £1
*Concessions are classed as seniors (60+), students and U16s.
Coventry have received an allocation of just under 700 tickets in the North Upper away section 1.
*At this moment in time they have sold 250 tickets"
by Swanjaxs at 00:56 23 Jan 2017
Best programme on television without a doubt.... heartwarming 👍
by owainglyndwr at 23:46 22 Jan 2017
Anyone see is Skype news interview saying that most bottom players to not want to commit to.
But Swans seems to be attracting players.
|just watched MOTD again|
by owainglyndwr at 23:33 22 Jan 2017
Siggy post match interview . . Gaffa got it spot on.
Siggy goal the liverpool woman with black gloves covering her face which seems to be ages knowing the Swans would score.
Siggy goal again behind the net fans jumping up and down in the Liverpool end
by RiscaJack at 22:17 22 Jan 2017
Sorry didn't starting another thread, but apparently he is fighting for his life in hospital tonight. My prayers are with him. Shocking news.
by QJumpingJack at 21:16 22 Jan 2017
If we stay up, should he remain as Chairman for next season?
|In a nutshell |
by Swanjaxs at 20:53 22 Jan 2017
Push the boat out and recruit a quality centre half (probably on loan) and stay up.... fail to do so and the writing is on the wall .... it's that simple.... 👍
by STID2017 at 20:40 22 Jan 2017
The Hull manager stated today that Snodgrass (who didn't play today) "has got to go"
I feel he'd be worth a punt
by RiscaJack at 20:34 22 Jan 2017
Just seen a few snippets on social media saying he's coming in on loan next week, apparently confirmed on Radio Wales? Or is it another one to file under bullsh*t?
|Positives from yesterday|
by vetchonian at 19:32 22 Jan 2017
The team not capitulating when Liverpool equalised
Now the dust has settled apart from the win I think there were some great positives and whilst one swallow doesn't make a summer and all that but if Carrol continues like that then I think we have had a great signing who will definitely bring something to the team.
The whole team looks like it is up for it.......
What do others think
|Palace v Everton|
by SgorioFruit at 19:16 22 Jan 2017
just watched this on MOTD
game was in the dying minutes, Palace player Schlupp runs into the everton box, takes a shot and it was saved, whilst taking said shot he seems to have given himself an injury and landed on the strip of grass outside the pitch perimeter.
Everton then break away with the ball.
Schlupp rolls himself onto the pitch to stop the game, this is disgusting behaviour if you ask me.
Some would argue he did it to try get treatment? Nope I reckon he just wanted to stop the game.
Everton then knock the ball around amongst themselves outside palaces area, linking up some good passes and taking a shot on goal, all while the numpty Schlupp is rolling around on the deck back in the everton area.
Palace fans booing, and outraged that the game hasn't stopped.
Then as Everton are getting closer to scoring Palace fans are screaming for the game to be stopped by the ref for that cheating git Schlupp to get treatment, Everton go and bang one into the back of the net.
The stadium is outraged.
But in my eyes, ref was right to carry the game on.
More importantly this was Palace's 4th defeat on the trot in the league.
Even more humorous this Schlupp was Allardyces first signing for palace in this months transfer window.
Us Swans fans would all have been jumping for joy seeing that result.
Some things just go our way on weekends like this.