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Had we not beaten Hull... 23:56 - Feb 18 with 1648 viewsTNT

...in THAT game, how do you think the Swansea City story would have unfolded?

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 00:31 - Feb 19 with 1615 viewsTim_Harry

A Conference club with worn out stadium. Don't think we'd have done too well myself.

Flynn said himself that he'd have gone if we'd been relegated. He wouldn't have been that big a loss, but the fact that Reeves would have gone with him would have been.

Our recruitment policy back then was key to building the club to what it is now. Martinez rightly takes credit for implementing a style of play that took us forward, but his style of play revolved around a strong midfield that was afforded to him mostly by the work of Reeves.

We had a Premier League midfield in League One.

Jenkins is the luckiest millionaire in the world. He reluctantly employed Reeves to go with Flynn after the Cusack experiment failed. He was dead against it first time round.

So to answer the question. If we'd gone down we'd be as successful as a Huw Jenkins roofing business.
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Had we not beaten Hull... on 13:01 - Feb 19 with 1440 viewsDewi1jack

Had we not beaten Hull... on 00:31 - Feb 19 by Tim_Harry

A Conference club with worn out stadium. Don't think we'd have done too well myself.

Flynn said himself that he'd have gone if we'd been relegated. He wouldn't have been that big a loss, but the fact that Reeves would have gone with him would have been.

Our recruitment policy back then was key to building the club to what it is now. Martinez rightly takes credit for implementing a style of play that took us forward, but his style of play revolved around a strong midfield that was afforded to him mostly by the work of Reeves.

We had a Premier League midfield in League One.

Jenkins is the luckiest millionaire in the world. He reluctantly employed Reeves to go with Flynn after the Cusack experiment failed. He was dead against it first time round.

So to answer the question. If we'd gone down we'd be as successful as a Huw Jenkins roofing business.


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"So to answer the question. If we'd gone down we'd be as successful as a Huw Jenkins roofing business."

I think we'd have struggled to get back up, maybe coming up for a few seasons then crashing back down.
Probably being watched by just a couple of thousand at most of us- certainly not the 20 odd thousand of today.
Looking forward to the FA Cup draws to try and put the likes of Cardiff, Luton, Leeds, Birmingham etc out
Dreaming of playing any Prem club in the Cup.

Whingeing and wondering where it all went wrong (nothing changes there then)

If you wake up breathing, thats a good start to your day and you'll make many thousands of people envious.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 13:09 - Feb 19 with 1417 viewsLoyal

Many of the employees at the liberty who take it all for granted wouldn't have had such a good life that's for sure.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 13:09 - Feb 19 with 1416 viewsperchrockjack

Ancient energy


Best forgotten


We re staying at the top

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 13:18 - Feb 19 with 1403 viewsRancid

Wrexham comes to mind.But we're bigger and better than that lot so I think we'd have got back in the Football League a lot sooner.Football in Swansea is too big for us not to have.
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Had we not beaten Hull... on 13:54 - Feb 19 with 1328 viewsJack_Kass

Had we not beaten Hull... on 00:31 - Feb 19 by Tim_Harry

A Conference club with worn out stadium. Don't think we'd have done too well myself.

Flynn said himself that he'd have gone if we'd been relegated. He wouldn't have been that big a loss, but the fact that Reeves would have gone with him would have been.

Our recruitment policy back then was key to building the club to what it is now. Martinez rightly takes credit for implementing a style of play that took us forward, but his style of play revolved around a strong midfield that was afforded to him mostly by the work of Reeves.

We had a Premier League midfield in League One.

Jenkins is the luckiest millionaire in the world. He reluctantly employed Reeves to go with Flynn after the Cusack experiment failed. He was dead against it first time round.

So to answer the question. If we'd gone down we'd be as successful as a Huw Jenkins roofing business.


How did we have a Premier League midfield in League One? Out of the midfielders in that side, only Leon has proven himself as capable of playing at that level

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 15:18 - Feb 19 with 1226 viewsTaliesin

Had we not beaten Hull... on 13:09 - Feb 19 by perchrockjack

Ancient energy


Best forgotten


We re staying at the top


They who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them.

We must remember, it is part of who we are, and god knows there were soooo many mistakes to learn from. This doesn't mean that we ignore the future we just need to avoid being total tvvats and think history is irrelevant - it isn't!
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Had we not beaten Hull... on 16:10 - Feb 19 with 1173 viewsperchrockjack

Those who LIVE in the past or look backwards fall into a fookn big pit

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 19:19 - Feb 19 with 1100 viewsTaliesin

You don't need to live in the past to take lessons from it.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 19:24 - Feb 19 with 1096 viewssherpajacob

I wish we had beaten Hull in January, we'd be looking forward to an FA cup quarter final, possibly.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 19:59 - Feb 19 with 1046 viewsmonmouth

Had we not beaten Hull... on 19:24 - Feb 19 by sherpajacob

I wish we had beaten Hull in January, we'd be looking forward to an FA cup quarter final, possibly.


I wish we'd beaten Hull in August. We'd be sitting pretty now.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 21:35 - Feb 19 with 968 viewstrampie

If Swans had gone out of league they my have eventually found themselves out of the pyramid and now be playing in the Welsh Prem.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 21:53 - Feb 19 with 949 viewslonglostjack

Had we not beaten Hull... on 21:35 - Feb 19 by trampie

If Swans had gone out of league they my have eventually found themselves out of the pyramid and now be playing in the Welsh Prem.


I'd like to think we would have matched Newport for pride and would never have allowed that to happen.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 22:48 - Feb 19 with 898 viewsSwanseajill

Had we not beaten Hull... on 15:18 - Feb 19 by Taliesin

They who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them.

We must remember, it is part of who we are, and god knows there were soooo many mistakes to learn from. This doesn't mean that we ignore the future we just need to avoid being total tvvats and think history is irrelevant - it isn't!


This is the correct answer.

In my head I lived the future of conference football, over and over again towards the end of that season.
Funny that....that season in the past, is still allowing us magic moments for the future.
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Had we not beaten Hull... on 23:33 - Feb 19 with 855 viewsJoe_bradshaw

I think we'd have bounced back within two seasons and we'd be a Premier League team now.

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Had we not beaten Hull... on 01:00 - Feb 20 with 820 viewsHumpty

We had a Premier League midfield in League One.

Don't be daft.

We had a fantastic midfield in League One. Simple as that. And I loved watching them.

Premier League? Nah.
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Had we not beaten Hull... on 07:32 - Feb 20 with 734 viewswaynekerr55

Had we not beaten Hull... on 21:35 - Feb 19 by trampie

If Swans had gone out of league they my have eventually found themselves out of the pyramid and now be playing in the Welsh Prem.




Did you spontaneously ejaculate at that scenario Tramp?


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