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at 10:07 2 Sep 2018
Someone pointed out how bad the matchday thread was to read back.
I agreed and posted the comments.
This has since been deleted.
at 20:53 11 Aug 2018
Keep marching on Swans
Ignore the cretins desperate to drag you down.
Well done Joe “good luck with a kid that never played for us before” Rodon too. Stepped up suberbly.
6 points from 6. Financially in a much better place and a squad and manage fighting for us.
Shame it’s only being reciprocated by a few.
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|Have a word with yourselves ffs|
at 14:26 9 Aug 2018
- Amat has been heavily criticised for not being good enough.
- Clucas shamefully criticised for not being good enough
- Ayew criticised for absolutely anything (the last week fully justified)
- Fernández has been intermittently criticised on and off for a pretty regular period ever since he joined
... they leave and now the world is caving in?
Ok, the good news is I will be giving this site a swerve tonight, not even I can deal with this level of hysteria.
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Sheffield United v Swansea City prediction logged
at 08:09 9 May 2018
I wonder if relegation will prolong his career. His experience in the center could be valuable if we are to go down, although we would have to manage the amount he plays of course. What we do need is to bring pace back to the width. Maybe even Montero may do something in the Championship. Never thought I would be advocating the return of Montero but needs must.
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|A mention for Mawson too|
at 17:36 10 Feb 2018
50th consecutive PL game today which is the longest current run for any player in the PL.
Has proved him self an ever dependable replacement for Ash who was clearly on his last legs.
Well done Alfie.
at 16:51 10 Feb 2018
Yet again magnificent leading us to another victory. Work rate, energy, inventiveness, trickery. Superb player. Utterly shattered come the last 10 mins after working himself into the ground. Outstanding and set the standard for everyone else.
at 20:24 8 Feb 2018
Always a bit skeptical with war movies and their embellishment, but if even half of that story was true - which I suspect so - then it is incredible. Very much like Lone Survivor if anyone has seen that. But it was the first 12 soliders "boots on the ground" in active combat against the Taliban after 9/11 and did it on horseback. There is now a statue at the World Trade Center in honour of the horseback fighters. Outnumbered 50,000 to about 2,000 local militia + the 12 Americans (and the significant help of B-52 blanket bombers!!).
Really was a good movie if that is your type of thing.
|Carlvahal "I am an Owl"|
at 10:03 7 Feb 2018
How refreshing to hear complete honesty for a change from managers and players. When asked how he feels about the next round he said that Sheffield Wednesday is his home, he still feels an Owl and will always feel an Owl - and hopes in time he feels he is a Jack or a Swan but the game will be special for him.
Some people may see that as a negative but it absolutely is not. I remember when Cardiff fans were wanting Jazz Richards dropped after the first game because he refused to do the Ayatollah, did they really think he would make Cardiff his team after a week? It woukd be forced and meaningless.
Lots of managers could have given the generic response to that question "Just another game bla bla" but he was completely honest and have no doubt that if given time he will feel must as much a Jack as an Owl.
Quickly becoming one of my favourite managers.
|Todays relegation rivals:-|
at 11:56 3 Feb 2018
Four other matches today that impact the relegation picture. Some teams winning may be better than them drawing but in most cases a draw will do just fine. Below, along with a Swans win will change the picture dramatically for us.
WBA v Saints is a real 6 pointer, we are sandwiched by both in the relegation zone.
Bournemouth v Stoke - anything but a Stoke win.
Brighton v West Ham - anything but a Brighton win.
Man Utd v Huddersfield - Man Utd win
West Brom v Southampton - anything but a Southampton win
|FA Cup 5th round draw|
at 13:18 28 Jan 2018
Amazing to think how exciting this moment would be 15 years ago
Although it does seem to have got a little of its spark back this year, maybe I am imagining it.
Anyway, get your guesses in.
**Tottenham/Newport home to break the away streak.
|Anyone watching Las Palmas game?|
at 13:37 13 Jan 2018
Jesus Christ, I thought we were up against it. Anyone thinking Viera is the answer to our problems is severely deluded, once again he has been utterly, utterly dreadful. They are now 5-0 down away to 15th placed Girona. 11 points from 20 games so far.
|FA Cup 4th Round draw. Get your guesses in.|
at 16:57 8 Jan 2018
7pm draw time
1. Sheffield United
3. Birmingham City
5. Brighton or Crystal Palace
7. Bournemouth or Wigan
9. Newport County
12. Nottingham Forest
13. Notts County
14. MK Dons
15. Manchester United
16. West Brom
20. Fleetwood or Leicester
22. Cardiff or Mansfield
23. Manchester City
24. Shrewsbury or West Ham
25. Wolves or Swansea
26. Stevenage or Reading
31. Norwich or Chelsea
32. Carlisle or Sheffield Wednesday
at 21:50 2 Jan 2018
Nothing like we have seen in years gone by but we could have easily scored 3 in that game. Their goal was a mile offside and only got their second as we were pushing forward, not to mention the fact they should have had a certain red card.
I have a positive feeling after watching that, just a shame that the league table looks the way it does. Some quick fire wins and we will have every chance.
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|Sums us up|
at 15:37 30 Dec 2017
at 33 mins
Watford 1-0 Swansea
''The Swans somehow get a corner from a throw-in that Watford fail to deal with properly.
Chance now to throw a few players forward...
No, you'd think they were 1-0 up in the 90th minute. Just the four men in the box and the visitors opt to go short, before losing it.
Tom Carroll grabs a nice handful of Abdoulaye Doucoure's shirt to stop a Watford break and adds his name to the list of bookings.''
at 31 mins
Watford 1-0 Swansea
''Well, Swansea get the free-kick in a decent area and you'd think they'd fill the box, wouldn't you?
Instead they just send four men forward and Watford easily deal with Renato Sanches' floated delivery.''
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