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|Joe out for the Wales U21s|
at 08:57 4 Sep 2018
Joe Rodon is out for the Wales U21s due to the ankle injury he sustained at Millwall.
|Fingers crossed for out International players over the next week.|
at 14:27 3 Sep 2018
Let us all keep our fingers crossed (and anything else that might help) for the fitness and health of all our International players over the coming week.
There are a lot of them.
Connor Roberts and Declan John for Wales.
Martin Olsson and Kristoffer Nordfeldt for Sweden
Bersant Celina for Kosovo
Cameron Carter-Vickers for the USA
Joel Asoro for Sweden’s U21s
Joe Rodon, Daniel James, Liam Cullen, Cian Harries and Aaron Lewis for Waless U21s
Marco Dulca for Romania’s U21s
Brandon Cooper for Wales U19s
Talk about a multi national side.
ps but no Ollie for Scotland due to injuries
[Post edited 3 Sep 14:41]
|Cardiff cheating paying off.|
at 15:08 2 Sep 2018
Cardiff v Arsenal.
Cardiff score from a free kick that wasn't a foul.
Cardiff player does studs up slide tackle and only gets a yellow.
at 12:02 30 Aug 2018
Hands up all those that have been surprised by how well the U23s played in the 1st team against Premier League opposition, albeit without all their top players.
They showed that it is not their skills that slightly let them down, or their enthusiasm.
If anything let them down it is the 3 S's, Size, Strength & Stamina.
What they have demonstrated is they are all capable of playing at a very decent level of football, not league 2 or conference as is often spouted by their denigrators.
As the boys have said since that game it will provide inspiration to other welsh youngsters.
|I just watched some of the Boro Vs WBA game|
at 22:29 24 Aug 2018
The better footballing side lost, and ironically one of the dirtiest players on the field and Boro have plenty of them, scored the winner in injury time.
We need to watch out for Ayala when we play them, he clearly dragged down Bartley twice in the Penalty Area during Corners/Free kicks and got away with it both times.
He will do the same to Ollie.
Boro are now top of the league.
[Post edited 24 Aug 22:29]
|Don't expect a Loan Striker.|
at 15:06 23 Aug 2018
These comments from Potter suggest that the club are NOT looking for a loan Striker.
“I wouldn’t say a striker is something we are definitely looking to bring in – we don’t really work like that.
“It’s more about looking at the attributes of the player who is available and seeing whether they can supplement the group we have.
“We know we probably need to strengthen to support Oli, but we have got other options internally. Barrie (McKay), Joel (Asoro) and Bersant (Celina) can all play centrally if needed, while there are others who have not been involved so far this season.”
|When does the Club get paid the TV rights payments?|
at 21:52 13 Aug 2018
Does anyone (anyone who has seen the Club Accounts) know when and how the Club get paid the Sky/BT Sport cash.
ie has the club been paid for their contribution to the Premier League during 2017/18?
Is it paid in more than one installment?
|Swansea now have a vibrant young side.|
at 17:25 11 Aug 2018
We now have the makings of a really good side, with the additions of a few more experienced but relatively young players this side could be really great for a few years.
Providing all those showing talent don't get sold off.
|SwansTV Live Service.|
at 11:58 27 Jul 2018
The club has made the announcement that the game tonight with Freiburg is free.
ie we do not have to "subscribe" to the SwansTV Live.
Does anyone know what the cost of the SwansTV Live service will be?
|What has happened to the Under 23s coverage?|
at 19:55 18 Jul 2018
Last season we had a twitter account, a match report and live video.
I know it is still pre-season but currently we have
They are playing tonight.
[Post edited 18 Jul 20:01]
|What has happened to the "other "forum?|
at 13:33 11 Jun 2018
It has been taken over by CentMinMod, I don't know if it is a denial of service or something.
you now get
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