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|Anyone on insta ?|
at 00:21 23 Apr 2021
I’ve decided to do it.
Have a follow.
|Odd places you have fallen asleep |
at 07:03 22 Apr 2021
Got this from NL but he is pretty much committed at times with the extra mouth to feed etc.
His is on a park bench in the rain taking some time out at a meeting in London, I’ve got a choice between two, I’ll get back to you.
|Bournemouth tonight |
at 20:55 21 Apr 2021
Absolutely tore Millwall to pieces.
They didn’t even make it look like it was hard either.
|Steve Cooper for Spurs is building momentum|
at 10:09 20 Apr 2021
Personally I can’t see it happening, but it will raise his stock just being included. This for me means he will get plenty of offers come the end of the season.
|I love Wycombe Wanderers so much ! |
at 22:49 18 Apr 2021
Swansea City say a Wycombe fan was ejected from the Liberty Stadium after entering the ground during Saturday's Championship game between the clubs.
A man was spotted in the North Stand before being met by stewards.
Fans have not been allowed at Swansea home games since March 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"While this is very much an isolated incident, the club will continue to monitor all areas of security on a matchday," Swansea said in a statement.
"A Wycombe Wanderers supporter gained entry to the Liberty Stadium during the game before being apprehended by stadium security staff.
"South Wales Police swiftly dealt with the person involved and he was ejected from the premises."
|Thanks for your continued support |
at 12:33 18 Apr 2021
The website has improved dramatically in recent months, all we ask is for debate and an enjoyable forum. It’s happening, so any attacks on another poster will be removed, especially as the cause of this forum doesn’t need direct insults or swearing. It’s pointless. But, as stated thanks people, it’s true things can change if everyone participates. Humbled.
|Kyle Naughton analysed yesterday : 0 tackles 0 blocks 0 interceptions|
at 12:18 18 Apr 2021
Despite winning the last two games in a 4-3-3 set up, Cooper inexplicably switched to a five-at-the-back for the game against a Wycombe side which look destined for relegation this season, and Naughton looked uncomfortable in a centre-back position throughout the match.
During his time on the pitch, Naughton contributed no tackles, interceptions or blocks, with every member of the Swansea defence contributing significantly more.
Considering that the Englishman has averaged 1.5 tackles, 1.3 interceptions and 0.2 blocks per game in the Championship so far this season, it is clear that he was below par on Saturday.
Swansea looked far better when Cooper axed Naughton in order to bring on a more attacking option in Morgan Whittaker, which again begs the question why the manager opted to play three centre-backs against the Chairboys.
Naughton, who reportedly earns £20,000 per week at Swansea, struggled to get involved in the game at all during his 54 minutes on the pitch, as he managed just 35 touches and 22 passes, whereas goalkeeper Freddie Woodman had 41 touches and would contribute 26 passes.
Therefore, it seems clear that Naughton was one of Swansea’s worst performers on a disappointing afternoon at the Liberty Stadium, and Cooper will surely be fuming that one of his more experienced players performed so poorly when they desperately needed the three points.
|Stephen Humphreys Rochdale Striker|
at 08:08 17 Apr 2021
Add him to the list. 10 goals and three assists in 27 games. Age 23.
The 23-year-old offers a decent aerial threat, whilst he is also adept at holding the ball up and taking on defenders, so could offer Cooper more of a physical presence up front. He has also scored some memorable free-kick goals this season, with his effort in the 4-4 draw against Charlton Athletic earlier in the campaign standing out as a goal of the season contender.
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|Champions league tonight |
at 21:16 14 Apr 2021
Can’t see the scousers doing it, the Mancs on the other hand could scrape it. How or why did Bellingham leave Birmingham.
|Under 18 result : Swans 1 Colchester 0 |
at 20:59 14 Apr 2021
Any of our more informed posters like Jasper got knowledge on what seems a very young swans side ?
Official site -
Michael Murphy scored the only goal as Swansea City Under-18s overcame in-form Colchester United to secure their first victory under Byron Anthony.
The attacking midfielder bagged the decisive strike in the 25th minute at Landore.
Latching onto Harry Jones' low cross, Murphy took a touch before sweeping home his third goal of the season.
The young Swans were made to work hard in the latter stages against the visitors, who arrived in South Wales off the back of three consecutive wins.
But they held firm with Murphy's first-half strike enough to seal a first clean sheet of the campaign.
Anthony had made three changes from Friday's defeat at Barnsley.
Josh Hutchings replaced Tyler Evans in goal and Jones took Cian Williams' place in defence, while Ben Lloyd was also recalled in midfield.
Top scorer Cameron Congreve had the hosts' first sight on goal, but the midfielder shot over from distance.
At the other end, Hutchings was called into action with smart reflexes to turn away Tom Stagg's snap shot from outside the box.
But the Swans made the breakthrough in the 25th minute.
Murphy, who also found the net in the reverse fixture between the sides, latched onto Jones' low cross, before his shot was too hot for Colchester keeper Ted Collins to handle.
Fresh from scoring 12 goals in their previous three games, the visitors looked to respond before the break.
One of their trialists tested Hutchings from distance, while Stagg hit the side-netting following a strong run down the left flank.
The Swans went close to doubling their lead seven minutes into the second half, as Lloyd rattled the post with a well-struck first-time effort from Morgan Clarke's cross.
Lloyd also shot just wide on the volley following a good cross by the hardworking Iwan Morgan, while substitute Geoff Bony went close with a neat flick later on.
The hosts remained stubborn in defence with a couple of strong blocks as Colchester sought an equaliser.
But they held out for a hugely impressive victory - their first in eight attempts.
Swans U18s: Josh Hutchings; Harry Jones, Scott Butler (capt), Ryan Bassett, Jacob Edwards (Panashe Makokowe, 77); Joel Cotterill, Cameron Congreve, Michael Murphy; Morgan Clarke, Iwan Morgan (Geoff Bony, 69), Ben Lloyd.
Subs not used: Ewan Griffiths, Daniel Watts, Jada Mawongo.
Colchester U18s: Ted Collins, Lordon Akolbire, Trialist, Gene Kennedy (capt), Trialist (Namory Kane, 82), Frankie Terry, Kai Redgrave (Ellis Sullivan, 56), Kacy Parish, Tom Stagg, Ryan Lowe, Darnell Asare-Williams (Bayan Aman, 56).
Subs not used: Endurance Johnson.
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|Conor Hourihane - Your thoughts ?|
at 21:09 13 Apr 2021
I’m struggling with a Hourihane, a remarkable impact at the start of his loan but I’m seriously struggling to see what he is currently offering, seemed to me to be almost anonymous this evening.
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