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|Train strike action may affect fans going to the Bolton match (10 November)|
at 00:17 29 Oct 2018
The matches against Rotherham next Saturday and Bolton may be affected by strike action on the Northern trains.
"We’re sorry, but strike action by RMT means that Northern will be running a significantly reduced service on Saturday 27 October, 03 November and 10 November. Your service with them might be cancelled, depart or arrive earlier or later than planned, or may be replaced with a bus service.
To find out more and to see if your station is affected please visit
Please make sure to check before you travel for any last-minute changes as well, here
We’re truly sorry for the inconvenience.
The Virgin Trains Team"
[Post edited 29 Oct 1:19]
|Please predict a championship treble|
at 00:52 27 Oct 2018
Predict 3 wins in the Championship please, because I'm looking at the fixtures and I don't honestly think that I can.
Possibly: Swansea, Preston and Sheffield United.
[Post edited 27 Oct 0:54]
|Quick question about the live feed|
at 03:15 24 Oct 2018
OK. I finish work after 1 a.m. I paid £10 to watch it but can't see any way to do that. I thought it was available for 24 hours? Anyone got advice or a contact number?
|According to the Ipswich forum ...|
at 02:14 7 Oct 2018
They pretty much all agree that Swansea outclassed Ipswich and they would have been lucky to have drawn, never mind win, but of course they couldn't care less. Also that it was a cracking match.
If that's true then there are plenty of positives to work on during the international break. I'll bet you right now that every club in this division will lose at least two games at home, we're just getting ours in early.
Here's one of their posts: "Oh my. What a 90 minutes of football, complete rollercoaster that was. Considering the awful start, for 25 minutes we were chasing shadows, camping behind the ball, but as soon as we grab that equaliser the whole game changed. In fairness to Swansea I thought they were a superb footballing team and should of got a point at least today but WHO GIVES A F**K."
[Post edited 7 Oct 2:21]
|Potter is the new "Tinkerman"|
at 03:13 1 Oct 2018
Never plays the same team from one match to the next. Puts players in positions that they're not used to. I looked at the Planet Swans members' predictions about what the starting team would be and none of us got it right (step forward and take a bow if I'm mistaken and you did). So if we don't know the formation, how the heck will the other teams?
Wigan have a good home record but there aren't any intimidating teams in this division so we should get something from the match, but it's not crucial if we don't. And by the way, congrats to Naughton and Carroll on excellent performances.
|Brief Sunday Times match report|
at 17:55 30 Sep 2018
The Sunday Times is behind a paywall, so I thought I'd post it here. It's from their round-up of Championship matches which is why it's short and succinct.
“This was more like it from Swansea, albeit against a shocking Queens Park Rangers side. Graham Potter’s men had waited 291 minutes for a goal after a poor run of form, but the home crowd were treated to three in what was a procession to victory.
What should worry Steve McClaren, the visitors’ manager, is this could have been five or six – not that he thought that – but that will not matter to Swansea.
Courtney Baker-Richardson’s first senior goal ended Swansea’s drought and the excellent Connor Roberts and Jay Fulton made the game safe with second half strikes.
A delighted Potter had seen his side produce the goods, with the often-maligned Kyle Naughton also delivering a fine display. He was joined by Roberts and Oli McBurnie in excelling.
“I’m really proud of the players,” Potter said. “We spoke before the game that we haven’t played that well at home so I’m pleased to get three points, three goals and a clean sheet.”
“I’m disappointed with the scoreline. It was not a 3-0 game,” McClaren said."
|The 52 points / 80 points relegation / promotion progress report|
at 12:51 19 Sep 2018
In the last five seasons 52 points would have been enough to avoid relegation, which is 11 points in every 10 matches.
In the last seasons 80 points would have been enough to get into the play offs, which is 17 points in every 10 matches.
So here are our targets:
After 10 matches: 11 points; 17 points.
After 20 matches: 22; 34.
After 30 matches: 33; 51.
After 40 matches: 44; 68.
After 46 matches: 52 points: 80 points.
[Post edited 19 Sep 12:53]
|We need people like The Res and E20|
at 14:48 7 Sep 2018
In any part of life we need people who disagree with the majority view even if they're wrong - it forces everyone to defend their positions and think more deeply about them rather than just constantly agreeing with each other. That's why most newspapers used to have a regular columnist from the other political party to stir up the readers.
|Attention non-Brit fans: recommended website|
at 15:38 12 Aug 2018
OK, I just bought the "The Football League Paper" to try and get my Swans fix and find out who everyone is. It surprised me by being good. People can subscribe to it at www.theleaguepaper.com (I have nothing to do with them, this is an unbiased recommendation).
What other websites can people recommend?
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