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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff 12:39 - Jan 14 with 2422 viewsAguycalledJack

and or sat in the home end, how was it?
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 12:44 - Jan 14 with 2037 viewsmonmouth

I was just chatting to my neighbour that did exactly that. He said it was like a church, the only noise coming from the Swansea end.


He's a Cardiff season ticket holder.

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 12:45 - Jan 14 with 2023 viewsFireboy2

Piece of p!ss.

No bother at all, we stayed in swansea overnight after travelling down via builthys, got to cardiff at 10.30, parked up about a mile away from the ground and walked into the away end no problem, the same about 30 mins after the game.

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 13:11 - Jan 14 with 1936 viewsbennytheblue

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 12:45 - Jan 14 by Fireboy2

Piece of p!ss.

No bother at all, we stayed in swansea overnight after travelling down via builthys, got to cardiff at 10.30, parked up about a mile away from the ground and walked into the away end no problem, the same about 30 mins after the game.


It’s not 1988 anymore shocker
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 18:26 - Jan 14 with 1618 viewsmajorraglan

Went up early with the brother in law who’s a Cardiff fan. We could hear the Swans fans singing from a fair distance away.
We were on the Canton Stand side of the Grandstand, a bit of noise from the locals and a few headers about, but the Swans end was much louder. Kept my head down and mouth shut.
Saw 1 guy wearing Chelsea tracksuit.
[Post edited 14 Jan 21:11]
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:26 - Jan 14 with 1406 viewsBrynmill_Jack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 13:11 - Jan 14 by bennytheblue

It’s not 1988 anymore shocker


Even with our fans in your end you still can’t fill your ground

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 16:14 - Jan 15 with 1082 viewsBluebird

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:26 - Jan 14 by Brynmill_Jack

Even with our fans in your end you still can’t fill your ground


How many of yours in our end?
The attendance for the day which included segregation was great its just a shame the game wasnt a cracker..
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 16:16 - Jan 15 with 1075 viewsbennytheblue

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:26 - Jan 14 by Brynmill_Jack

Even with our fans in your end you still can’t fill your ground


A handful of you....sitting in your hands all game. Wow. Quiet as mice walking to the ground I bet u were hey
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 16:37 - Jan 15 with 1031 viewsSwanjaxs

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 16:16 - Jan 15 by bennytheblue

A handful of you....sitting in your hands all game. Wow. Quiet as mice walking to the ground I bet u were hey


Unlike you who was sitting on your ass in your bed sit watching the game in your blueturd onesie

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:00 - Jan 15 with 985 viewsbuilthjack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 18:26 - Jan 14 by majorraglan

Went up early with the brother in law who’s a Cardiff fan. We could hear the Swans fans singing from a fair distance away.
We were on the Canton Stand side of the Grandstand, a bit of noise from the locals and a few headers about, but the Swans end was much louder. Kept my head down and mouth shut.
Saw 1 guy wearing Chelsea tracksuit.
[Post edited 14 Jan 21:11]


That would have been Conor Gallagher

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:24 - Jan 15 with 954 viewsRiscaJack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 16:16 - Jan 15 by bennytheblue

A handful of you....sitting in your hands all game. Wow. Quiet as mice walking to the ground I bet u were hey


We left the ground and literally walked straight alongside the Cardiff fans leaving same time, some fat mess called us jacks and walked the opposite direction, other than that we walked straight back to city centre alongside them no drama.

Shouldn’t be a bubble anymore.

JENKINS OUT

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:21 - Jan 15 with 822 viewsbennytheblue

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:24 - Jan 15 by RiscaJack

We left the ground and literally walked straight alongside the Cardiff fans leaving same time, some fat mess called us jacks and walked the opposite direction, other than that we walked straight back to city centre alongside them no drama.

Shouldn’t be a bubble anymore.


Exactly, we could all just hold hands and skip into town for a few gins I’m sure
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:51 - Jan 15 with 775 views1983

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:26 - Jan 14 by Brynmill_Jack

Even with our fans in your end you still can’t fill your ground


Now that is funny 👍

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:57 - Jan 15 with 748 viewspencoedjack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:24 - Jan 15 by RiscaJack

We left the ground and literally walked straight alongside the Cardiff fans leaving same time, some fat mess called us jacks and walked the opposite direction, other than that we walked straight back to city centre alongside them no drama.

Shouldn’t be a bubble anymore.


The fat gobby Bassey was probably Benny, scuttled off in the opposite direction to continue acting hard behind his keyboard
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:57 - Jan 15 with 746 viewsNeath_Jack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:24 - Jan 15 by RiscaJack

We left the ground and literally walked straight alongside the Cardiff fans leaving same time, some fat mess called us jacks and walked the opposite direction, other than that we walked straight back to city centre alongside them no drama.

Shouldn’t be a bubble anymore.


It would only be once that they would lift the bubble.

It would be straight back the next game.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:02 - Jan 15 with 726 viewsWarwickHunt

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 16:16 - Jan 15 by bennytheblue

A handful of you....sitting in your hands all game. Wow. Quiet as mice walking to the ground I bet u were hey


At least they didn’t park outside a police station and beg for an escort. Cock.
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:04 - Jan 15 with 718 viewssainthelens

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:21 - Jan 15 by bennytheblue

Exactly, we could all just hold hands and skip into town for a few gins I’m sure


Holding hands and skipping? That before you were escorted out of the playground?
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 20:05 - Jan 15 with 707 viewsDarran

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:57 - Jan 15 by Neath_Jack

It would only be once that they would lift the bubble.

It would be straight back the next game.


It’s a very silly comment really Risca is being very naive there.
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:00 - Jan 15 with 603 viewsBluebird

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:24 - Jan 15 by RiscaJack

We left the ground and literally walked straight alongside the Cardiff fans leaving same time, some fat mess called us jacks and walked the opposite direction, other than that we walked straight back to city centre alongside them no drama.

Shouldn’t be a bubble anymore.


I think you got lucky to be honest. Another timeday you could have had a pasting..
Bubble trips are there because there will be trouble at both fixtures..
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:01 - Jan 15 with 596 viewsRiscaJack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:00 - Jan 15 by Bluebird

I think you got lucky to be honest. Another timeday you could have had a pasting..
Bubble trips are there because there will be trouble at both fixtures..


Yeah I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous mind. Coppers did not give a toss about anyone even making comments as the swans fans were sent out genuinely.

PS - the consequences of getting into a punch up at a football game is severe, I just don’t see there being big problems anymore.
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JENKINS OUT

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:02 - Jan 15 with 596 viewsSwanjaxs

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 17:24 - Jan 15 by RiscaJack

We left the ground and literally walked straight alongside the Cardiff fans leaving same time, some fat mess called us jacks and walked the opposite direction, other than that we walked straight back to city centre alongside them no drama.

Shouldn’t be a bubble anymore.


As it happens was in the car going up Walter's Road about 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and spotted young lad about 20ish sporting a Cardiff shirt walking towards town. ( I'm guessing he was a student )

Had his jacket casually hung over one-shoulder for a quick cover up.

But still a brave lad all the same ( or extremely naive )

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:06 - Jan 15 with 561 viewsRiscaJack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 19:57 - Jan 15 by pencoedjack

The fat gobby Bassey was probably Benny, scuttled off in the opposite direction to continue acting hard behind his keyboard


It honestly wouldn’t surprise me.

JENKINS OUT

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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:08 - Jan 15 with 548 viewsNeath_Jack

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:02 - Jan 15 by Swanjaxs

As it happens was in the car going up Walter's Road about 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and spotted young lad about 20ish sporting a Cardiff shirt walking towards town. ( I'm guessing he was a student )

Had his jacket casually hung over one-shoulder for a quick cover up.

But still a brave lad all the same ( or extremely naive )


There was a cardiff fan in The Smiths in Hafod, on a matchday around 1 o clock in the afternoon, last season. Bloke in his 40's.

I want a mate like Flashberryjacks, who wears a Barnsley jersey with "Swans are my second team" on the back.
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:08 - Jan 15 with 545 viewsbennytheblue

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:00 - Jan 15 by Bluebird

I think you got lucky to be honest. Another timeday you could have had a pasting..
Bubble trips are there because there will be trouble at both fixtures..


I think the days of small groups of Cardiff hanging about in canton, riverside or grangetown looking to pick off groups of away fans going back to vehicles left in side streets have gone. They don’t really mob up in pubs in canton anymore do they? I could be wrong but I’ve had chats to plenty of like minded fans of other clubs in chapter and other bars around.
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:12 - Jan 15 with 528 viewssainthelens

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:08 - Jan 15 by bennytheblue

I think the days of small groups of Cardiff hanging about in canton, riverside or grangetown looking to pick off groups of away fans going back to vehicles left in side streets have gone. They don’t really mob up in pubs in canton anymore do they? I could be wrong but I’ve had chats to plenty of like minded fans of other clubs in chapter and other bars around.


What you mean is you spend time talking to chaps in bars.
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For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:15 - Jan 15 with 508 viewsBluebird

For those that travelled independently to Cardiff on 21:01 - Jan 15 by RiscaJack

Yeah I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous mind. Coppers did not give a toss about anyone even making comments as the swans fans were sent out genuinely.

PS - the consequences of getting into a punch up at a football game is severe, I just don’t see there being big problems anymore.
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Theres still brain dead or piss.ed up element..
Not worth it i was at chelsea and was involved in a bit of nonsense away from the stadium as we made our way to the car which was self defence in our eyes.
Old bill didnt see it that way and a mate of mine had 18months..
Lost a good job ,his house and eventually his missus.
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