Carolyn has recently been accused of making homophobic comments to an employee in her office. Whilst she did deny them, she dismissed such homophobic insults as 'office banter'.
Yesterday, former MP for Swansea East. Sian James testified that she had to warn Carolyn previously for her comments and 'jokes' towards her colleague about her sexuality. It got so much that this person had to go to her boss because the 'jokes' about her sexuality from Mrs Harris were becoming too much to bear.
I personally think this is disgraceful. When you consider she is the Shadow Minister (Equalities Office) (Women and Equalities) for the Labour Party, it makes it all the more sickening.
In 2016-2017 only Leicester, Everton and Southampton spent more than us on wages (excluding the big clubs). We are not plucky little Swansea fighting it out amongst the big boys, we're spending massively and should be doing far better.
Whether the blame for the underachieving lies with the owners, the scouts, the self appointed director of football or the manager is up for debate. But us not spending enough certainly isn't. I'd be amazed if the likes of Huddersfield had a player on 30k a week, yet we likely have multiple players close to ¬£100,000 a week and they still made us look like a conference side.
That these draws and performances away from home weren't gutsy, they weren't well earned points; they were all horrific performances where we were very fortunate to escape with a point, or in some cases only a 2 or 3 goal deficit.
EVERY away game under Carlos has been as embarrassing as that. Regardless if the opposition are Manchester United, Southampton, West Brom, Sheffield Wednesday or even Notts County.
Pay him well in May for trying or perhaps successfully keeping us up but I really hope we part company in the Summer. It is clear why Sheffield Wednesday fans loathed him and he certainly isn't going to take us forward over a 38 match season.
I look forward to revisiting old match day threads where I was viciously verbally abused for making these points months earlier to see how the usual lot have changed their minds and agree with me on this topic as quickly as they flipped on a lot of other issues as well.
For me our performance against Huddersfield was far worse and a much bigger embarrassment to the club. It was Huddersfield yet the stats looked like it was a Sunday league team playing a professional club.
The 10 man argument is rubbish too, every week teams go down to 10 and still compete, even Stoke yesterday managed to mount attacks.
Once his luck runs out and we stop scraping wins or points playing this brand of football, which except for the Arsenal match is worse than anything under Bradley or Clement, feelings towards Carlos will sour extremely quickly.
Today he should have cost us a goal with his latest act of cowardice. Surely he needs to be dropped, he is a liability whenever we are defending or attacking corners. I sincerely hope he doesn't play another minute for us this season. Players like him with their lack of commitment are a large part of the reason we are where we are.
Nobody in our team is better at linking our defence, midfield and attack by driving forward with the ball in our own half, taking on a player or two to drag opposition players all over the place. Those who frequent the matchday threads know I repeat this every week. Why Clement has him playing as a defensive midfielder under clear instruction to barely cross the halfway line is baffling.
Here is an example of what I mean, last night against Columbia.
"In December 2016 I joined Kaplan-Levien Sports as head of strategy. At that time I also became senior advisor for football operations at Swansea City AFC, where I played a small part in the greatest turnaround in the history of the Premier League. "
This is presumably the man behind the analytics that decided ¬£16,000,000 was worth paying for Clucas.
What a fantastic achievement by what can only be described as one of the most exciting crops of youngsters ever seen in British football history. This is in addition to the U20 World Cup victory and the U19 European Championship victory, as well as the second string retaining the Toulon championship.
He sees the attacker making the run in behind. Yet all he does is point, despite the fact he is marking absolutely nobody.
There were many other examples of this throughout the game, however they did not result in goals. He offers very little protection to the defence and his contribution going forward is almost nil. He plays purely to protect the defence, yet he fails to do this so often.
Carrying lower league players like him is why we are in the position we are.
He sees the cross coming in. He correctly is goal side of Jesus. He then realises he is going to have to compete for a header, so what does he do? He WATCHES Jesus jog towards the goal and he decides to just stand there, arms out, he doesn't even move one centimetre towards the ball. He freezes. Even when Fabianski spills the poor header, he remains frozen in his spot.
He is a coward and if he starts another game for us anytime soon, it will be reminiscent of Monk's reluctance to drop Bartley.
As I'm sure many are aware, if you have visited Israel, and have evidence of it on your passport, you cannot visit Iran, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Meanwhile, 16 Muslim states, including Yemen, Iran, Iraq and Syria have a blanket ban on Israelis entering their countries.
Apparently this is okay though and not worthy of all these protests or continuous media reports. Where are the protests at Dubai airport, in Doha, in Riyadh? There's no protests because in those countries you'll be jailed for years for doing so. Why so many are defending these backwards countries and their medieval laws baffles me.
Does anybody know when the protest against this racist blanket ban of Jews is happening? Has Lily Allen set a date yet?