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Swansea cinema
at 22:04 6 Dec 2021

Someone mentioned today they are bucking the trend.
Local folk more than me will know more I’m sure.
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Everton fans 27th minute walk out
at 20:33 6 Dec 2021

Pathetic.
Modern football ?
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What prices do you put on Swansea City players heads
at 12:48 6 Dec 2021

Not the mad guess work outside of what it is the opinion of the more knowledgable fans on here.

Everyone has a price. What do you think ?

Bender Free
Hamer Free
Webb Free
Naughton Free
Bennett Free
Bidwell 250k
Rushesha Free
Cabango 500k
Cooper 250k
Manning 500k
Latibeaudiere 100k / Free
Dan Williams 150k
Dhanda Free
Fulton 400k
Walsh Free
Smith 150k
Ntcham 400k
O.Cooper 75k
Grimes 3 million
Downes 3 million
Paterson 400k
Piroe 13 million +
Joseph 250k
Cullen Free
Whitaker 200k
Obafemi 550k


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232 days !!!!
at 12:39 6 Dec 2021

Since the swans had a penalty.
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Prove me wrong Jordon 👍
at 20:29 5 Dec 2021

Jordon Garrick struck for Plymouth Argyle who defeated Rochdale 2-1 to reach the third round of the FA Cup.

The Swansea loanee - who operated in a striker role alongside Ryan Hardie - headed home in the 17th minute as the visitors emerged victorious at the Crown Oil Arena.

It was the 23-year-old's fourth goal of the campaign for the Pilgrims while Welshman Luke Jephcott notched a late winner with his first touch for Plymouth after Aaron Morley had equalised for Rochdale.

Garrick - who will spend the duration of the current season on loan with Plymouth - is contracted to Swansea until the summer of 2023.

After the game at Rochdale, Garrick wrote on Twitter: "Safe trip home to the fans, thank you for all your support through a hard period. Into the next round, and on to a big week ahead."

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Wrexham fans react to Wilshere signing for their club
at 20:17 5 Dec 2021

@WxmRob: I wouldn’t. Injury prone and he’s never played in non league. What could go wrong? With a promotion push in mind we need players who know what this level is like and who aren’t made of biscuit

@wrexhamcarl: To be fair last time we played played his former clubs West Ham and Arsenal we beat the both of them which technically means hes going to a better club! 😉

@Of1889R: @JEDilson_10 wait what? 😂

@JEDilson_10: Surely his ego is too big for them 😂 saying that, wouldn’t shock me if it happened… 😳

@JackFreeburn: Personally can’t wait to see him booed by the Mold Road

@MikeCleverly: Hahahahahahah imagine

@Allchelseafanp1: Ryan Reynolds making moves 😅😅

@JoeEdwardsss: Can’t wait for the Luke Young x Wilshere pivot.

@joshparr00: Massive club

@AdrianH23306560:
Would be a great signing on a play and pay deal.
Only 30 come January.
If his, groin, ankle, knee, heel, calf and collar bone, would they stand up to the physicality of the game.
Ah, forgot ego.
Can’t see tier 5 appealing to him.
Better to focus on keeping Mullin

@KevWhite66: Win win situation. Short term pay as you play contract and bonuses included. Wiltshire can get his fitness and put himself back in the shop window 😁

@craigyjones17: Nah, you’re alright ta 😂

@DanAuton2590: About his level

@DrewWickens_5: 😂 wouldn’t be the weirdest thing to happen to Wrexham tbf

@adam1862_: No way is this happening, he doesn’t wanna face Dion Kelly Evans

@dan_clubbe: What on earth 😳

@james__case: If this is true, firstly what a signing but secondly when he’s got knock and he’s in waterworld gym doing his rehab with the lads, I’ll shag him 😂✌🏽 Super Jack

@CymruOllie: This is like when Ledley signed for us. Probably won’t be any good on the pitch but it’s decent PR

@WxMMorgan: People on the Wrexham fans chat are saying they wouldn’t take Jack Wilshere 😭🤣
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Championship home attendances this weekend
at 19:11 5 Dec 2021

1) Nottingham Forest (0) 2-0 (0) Peterborough United – 28,308
2) Coventry City (0) 1-2 (2) West Bromwich Albion – 23,755
3) Fulham (0) 1-1 (0) AFC Bournemouth – 19,020
4) Bristol City (1) 1-0 (0) Derby County – 18,732
5) Middlesbrough (1) 1-0 (0) Swansea City – 18,707
6) Blackburn Rovers (0) 1-0 (0) Preston North End – 18,487
7) Cardiff City (1) 2-3 (0) Sheffield United – 18,310 rounded up to 63,000
8) Barnsley (1) 1-1 (1) Huddersfield Town – 15,190
9) Millwall (2) 3-1 (0) Birmingham City – 14,324
10) Queens Park Rangers (0) 0-2 (1) Stoke City – 13,968
11) Reading (1) 1-1 (0) Hull City – 11,827
12) Blackpool (0) 0-3 (1) Luton Town – 11,366
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FA Cup Final today
at 13:51 5 Dec 2021

Chelsea v Arsenal
Anyone watching ?
50k attendance today at Wembley by all accounts.
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Flags again
at 13:49 5 Dec 2021

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Swansea City away support yesterday
at 12:06 5 Dec 2021

Swans fans at Boro yesterday

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Four games left this year
at 11:32 5 Dec 2021

Two home, two away.
Thoughts on the likely outcomes ?

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Views on Pato’s penalty call ?
at 11:26 5 Dec 2021

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U23 swans beaten again
at 21:25 3 Dec 2021

Swansea City Under-23s were beaten by West Ham United Under-23s in a Premier League Cup Group F encounter including three penalties.

The Premier League 2 side scored two penalties converted by Jayden Fevrier and Mesque Dju respectively, with Aji Alese and Armstrong Oko-Flex also finding the net.

Azeem Abdulai got on the scoresheet for the Swans before Tarrelle Whittaker converted a penalty, but it wasn’t enough to avoid defeat against the Hammers.

West Ham came out of the gates strong, controlling possession in the early stages without really causing the Swansea defence any trouble.

Swansea started to grow into the game 15 minutes in, with Harry Jones flashing a dangerous cross through the six-yard box that Morgan Whittaker couldn’t take advantage of.

Dan Williams almost caught Brian Kinnear in the West Ham goal off guard, firing a long range effort over the out of position goalkeeper, but his shot went just over the bar.

But West Ham would make their possession pay, with captain Alese’s mazy run through the Swans defence allowing him to convert from close range.

Ten minutes later the Hammers had doubled their lead, Nico Hansen came to punch a corner clear, but the referee penalised the Swansea keeper and pointed to the spot. Fevrier stepped up to the spot and sent Hansen the wrong way.

The Swans almost pulled one back before the break, Morgan Whittaker’s great touch allowing him to slide the ball across to Cameron Congreve, but his low effort went just wide of the post.

West Ham’s dominance continued early in the second half, substitute Oko-Flex making it 3-0 for the visitors.

But it wouldn’t be long before the Swans pulled one back, Jones picking out Azeem Abdulai in the box who tapped home from close range.

The Swans thought they had a second, Ben Margetson heading in a superb ball in from Congreve, but the linesman flagged the defender offside.

West Ham were handed a second penalty of the afternoon after Abdulai was judged to have brought down Dju in the box. Dju stepped up and converted West Ham’s second spot kick of the afternoon.

Just two minutes later Swansea were given a penalty of their own after Tarrelle Whittaker was dragged down in the box. He then sent the goalkeeper the wrong way to pull one back for the Swans.

But it wasn’t enough for Swansea Under-23s as they were handed a second defeat in the Premier League Cup this season.

Swansea City: Nico Hansen, Harry Jones, Ben Erickson, Brandon Cooper (Azeem Abdulai 50), Ben Margetson, Tivonge Rushesha, Cameron Congreve, Dan Williams, Sam Leverett (Rio Campbell 85), Morgan Whittaker (Tarrelle Whittaker 70), Lincoln Mcfayden.

Unused subs: Jamie Searle, Jacob Jones.

West Ham United: Brian Kinnear, Will Greenidge, Emmanuel Longelo, Pierre Ekwah, Levi Laing, Aji Alese, Jayden Fevrier, Keenan Appiah Forson, Mesaque Dju (Amadau Diallo 70), Bernardo Rosa (Dan Chesters 85), Thierry Nevers (Armstrong Oko-Flex 45)

Unused subs: Krisztian Hegyi, Kamari Swyer
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Seriously interested in your answers ?
at 21:20 3 Dec 2021

Does Covid exist ?
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When is the FA Cup third-round draw? 2021-22 FA Cup third round
at 16:21 3 Dec 2021

The draw for the third round proper of the Emirates FA Cup will take place at 7pm on Monday 6 December.

Taking place before the final second round tie between Boreham Wood and St Albans City, fans will be able to tune in and watch during ITV's live coverage of the tie as well as via our Emirates FA Cup social media channels on Twitter and Facebook.

With Premier League and EFL Championship clubs entering the competition at this stage, it's one of the biggest events in the English football calendar.
There are 40 teams involved across 20 second round ties this weekend, all hoping to be in the hat.
And ahead of the draw, you can find out which number each of the clubs involved will be in the draw.

The draw numbers
1. AFC Bournemouth
2. Arsenal
3. Aston Villa
4. Barnsley
5. Birmingham city
6. Blackburn Rovers
7. Blackpool
8. Brentford
9. Brighton & Hove Albion
10. Bristol City
11. Burnley
12. Cardiff City
13. Chelsea
14. Coventry City
15. Crystal Palace
16. Derby County
17. Everton
18. Fulham
19. Huddersfield Town
20. Hull City
21. Leeds United
22. Leicester City
23. Liverpool
24. Luton Town
25. Manchester City
26. Manchester United
27. Middlesbrough
28. Millwall
29. Newcastle United
30. Norwich City
31. Nottingham Forest
32. Peterborough United
33. Preston North End
34. Queens Park Rangers
35. Reading
36. Sheffield United
37. Southampton
38. Stoke City
39. Swansea City
40. Tottenham Hotspur
41. Watford
42. West Bromwich Albion
43. West Ham United
44. Wolverhampton Wanderers
45. Yeovil Town or Stevenage
46. Bristol Rovers or Sutton United
47. Burton Albion or Port Vale
48. Buxton or Morecambe
49. Lincoln City or Hartlepool United
50. AFC Wimbledon or Cheltenham Town
51. Colchester United or Wigan Athletic
52. Leyton Orient or Tranmere Rovers
53. Cambridge United or Exeter City
54. Doncaster Rovers or Mansfield Town
55. Walsall or Swindon Town
56. Rotherham United or Stockport County
57. Gateshead or Charlton Athletic
58. Boreham Wood or St Albans City
59. Kidderminster Harriers or FC Halifax Town
60. Carlisle United or Shrewsbury Town
61. Salford City or Chesterfield
62. Rochdale or Plymouth Argyle
63. Ipswich Town or Barrow
64. Portsmouth or Harrogate Town


TIES TO BE PLAYED BETWEEN FRIDAY 7 January 2022 & MONDAY 10 January 2022
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Latest SKY LIVE games
at 16:13 3 Dec 2021

Sky Sports has announced 9 more EFL TV selections to be shown live on live in Janaury along with the other games already picked.

In the lead up to Christmas, Barnsley host West Brom on Friday December 17, Middlesbrough face Bournemouth on Saturday December 18 and Fulham and Sheffield United meet at Craven Cottage on Monday December 20.

On Boxing Day, Stoke’s trip to Barnsley takes centre stage, while there is a bumper day of action on Monday December 27, with Doncaster vs Sunderland, Derby vs West Brom and QPR vs Bournemouth all set to be shown across Sky Sports.

And 2022 begins with Sheffield United vs Middlesbrough on New Year’s Day, before Swansea take on Fulham on Monday January 3.

LATEST TV PICKS:
Saturday 15 January
Luton Town v AFC Bournemouth (12.30pm)

Sunday 16 January
Hull City v Stoke City (12.00pm)

Saturday 22 January
Nottingham Forest v Derby County (12.30pm)

Monday 24 January
Blackburn Rovers v Middlesbrough (19.45pm)

Friday 28 January
Huddersfield Town v Stoke City (19.45pm)

Saturday 29 January
Peterborough United v Sheffield United (17.30pm)

Sunday 30 January
Derby County v Birmingham City (13.30pm)

Sunday 30 January
Cardiff City v Nottingham Forest (16.00pm)

Monday 31 January
Portsmouth v Charlton Athletic (19.45pm)

Already confirmed EFL games on Sky Sports Football
Friday 3 December – Fulham v AFC Bournemouth – 19:45
Saturday 4 December – Coventry City v West Bromwich Albion – 12:30
Sunday 5 December – Queens Park Rangers v Stoke City – 14:30
Tuesday 7 December – Portsmouth v Sheffield Wednesday – 19:45
Wednesday 8 December – Milton Keynes Dons v Plymouth – 19:45
Saturday 11 December – Huddersfield Town v Coventry City – 12:30
Monday 13 December – Sheffield United v Queens Park Rangers – 19:45
Friday 17 December – Barnsley v West Bromwich Albion – 19:45
Saturday 18 December – Middlesbrough v AFC Bournemouth – 12:30
Monday 20 December – Fulham v Sheffield United – 19:45
Sunday 26 December – Barnsley v Stoke City – 15:00
Monday 27 December – Doncaster Rovers v Sunderland – 12:30
Monday 27 December – Derby County v West Bromwich Albion – 15:00
Monday 27 December – Queens Park Rangers v AFC Bournemouth – 17:30
Thursday 30 December – Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield Town – 19:45
Saturday 1 January – Sheffield United v Middlesbrough – 12:30
Monday 3 January – Swansea City v Fulham – 15:00
Saturday 8 January – Wycombe Wanderers v Sunderland – 12:30
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People & players collapsing at sporting events etc
at 08:51 3 Dec 2021

Scientists have their say on why fans and players are collapsing at matches recently with it happened twice on Wednesday night.

There are claims linking the Covid vaccine with an increase in the number of supporters and footballers developing heart problems. We have seen on-field emergencies involving Wigan’s Charlie Wyke, Sheffield United’s John Fleck and fans over the last few weeks. John Fleck’s fell to ground in an off-the-ball incident when playing for Sheffield United at Reading last week, with scientists saying that it wasn’t connected to the Covid vaccine, denouncing the anti-vaxers for suggesting a link.

The Blades player was rushed to hospital after requiring medical treatment and being carried off on a stretcher during a Championship game against Reading. The Scot’s collapse was then caught as part of conspiracy theories on social media about players responding badly to Covid vaccines. However those suggestions have been branded ‘irresponsible’ by experts who insist it is impossible to make any connection without any evidence. After Sheffield United were hounded with tweets regarding the theories, the club were quick to point out that Fleck had a separate medical issue which led to his seizure. A source close to the player said: ‘John Fleck’s issue was not vaccination related.’

Speaking after Fleck’s collapse, radio pundit and ex-England winger Trevor Sinclair hinted there could be a link to the Covid jab, while Matt Le Tissier, a firm advocate of patient choice over the vaccine, also demanded in a social media post that Fifpro, football’s world governing body, should be looking into it.

Many scientists have angrily rejected the high-profile opposition to the vaccines especially as the country gets set for a possible wave of more cases and deaths from Covid after the discovery of the Omicron variant – although, it’s claimed in Israel that three doses of the vaccine should be enough to prevent you from getting the virus.

‘It is totally irresponsible to make these unsubstantiated comments,’ said Professor Keith Neal from Nottingham University. Professor Guido Pieles, a sports cardiologist at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health, added: ‘At present I would say this is still a coincidence. I don’t think we can say this is suddenly increasing.’ 80 year old Newcastle supporter Alan George Smith collapsed in the stands and required CPR at St James’ Park in the Magpies 3-1 defeat to Tottenham back in October.

Wigan’s Charlie Wyke collapsed in training last week, but the Latics were quick to refute suggestions that it had anything to do with Covid.

In a statement the club said: ‘We can confirm that Charlie has not received a Covid-19 vaccination and Charlie’s collapse weas not related to any Covid-19 vaccination.’

On Wednesday night, a fan at both Watford’s game with Chelsea and Southampton’s game against Leicester were taken ill.

Christian Eriksen, who we all remember collapsed playing for Denmark against Finland in the Euros, had not been vaccinated before the incident and it was revealed that Sergio Aguero, who was hospitalised after a collapse playing for Barcelona earlier this month, had an underlying heart condition, he has since had to retire.

Meanwhile, FIFA say it is not aware of a rise in cardiac arrests in football players and has received no reports of any cases being linked to Covid vaccinations.

A spokesperson told Reuters: “FIFA is not aware of a rise in episodes of cardiac arrests as indicated in your email and no cases have been flagged in relation to individuals receiving a COVID vaccine.

“Generally speaking, FIFA is in regular contact with leading research centres and experts to do research on a variety of medical topics.”

‘It may be tempting to blame Covid vaccines but pundits do have a public responsibility not to fuel vaccine hesitancy without any real evidence,’ added Professor Robert Dingwall.

Studies into heart inflammation after Covid vaccinations support that view and in two studies of more than 7 million people who had received the Pfizer vaccine, it identified the risk of developing the heart condition known as myocardities is about one in 50,000.

In contrast, from the earliest days of the pandemic it was clear that Covid itself was a cause of an abormal number of heart issues.

There is a link between the Covid-19 vaccine and heart conditions – but it is minuscule, officials say Scientists believe there is a link between two minor heart conditions and the Covid-19 vaccine – but they say the risk is minuscule.

From analysis of UK and international data, there has been a signal of an increase of cases of myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccination with both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.

Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle, while pericarditis is inflammation of the lining around your heart.

Symptoms include the onset of chest pain, shortness of breath or feelings of having a fast-beating, fluttering, or pounding heart.

The Government urge anyone who develops these symptoms within 2 weeks of a COVID-19 vaccination should urgently seek medical assistance.

Most individuals respond well to standard treatment and recover quickly.

The link between the Covid jabs and these two conditions, according to data, is strongest in younger men, and the median onset is within three days of vaccination.

But the risk is incredibly small, according to the data.

In the US 296 million doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccine had been given by 11 June with 1,226 reports of myocarditis after vaccination.

And in the UK, up to July 2021, there were 149 reports of myocarditis and 129 reports of pericarditis following use of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, 82 reports of myocarditis and 140 reports of pericarditis following use of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and 25 reports of myocarditis and 22 reports of pericarditis following use of the Moderna vaccine.

This means the overall rates after both the first and second doses of Pfizer/BioNTech are 4.3 myocarditis cases per million doses and 3.8 pericarditis cases per million doses, for the rate is 1.7 myocarditis cases per million doses and 3.0 pericarditis cases per million doses, and for Moderna the rate is 14.7 myocarditis cases per million doses and 13.0 pericarditis cases per million doses.

There is a considerably stronger link between Covid patients and heart problems however.

According to figures, approximately 18 per cent of hospitalised patients suffering myocardial injury.

Meanwhile, in a US study of 1,597 athletes with recent SARS-CoV-2 infection, 0.31 per cent were diagnosed with myocarditis using a symptom-based screening strategy and 2.3 per cent were diagnosed with clinical or subclinical myocarditis.

Source: Public Health England

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Tonight’s Thursday night football
at 17:52 2 Dec 2021

Here we go.

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Swans want Hamer for another year
at 11:00 2 Dec 2021

Confirmed talks.
This could spell problems for Benda, especially if the MK keeper comes in January.
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Here’s a proper legend
at 21:14 1 Dec 2021



George 'Johnny' Johnson, at his home in Bristol in 2017 (Picture: PA Images/Alamy).

Belated Happy Birthday.

The last surviving British Dambuster from the daring Second World War raid has celebrated his 100th birthday today. Veteran Squadron Leader George 'Johnny' Johnson was a bomb-aimer during the 1943 attack on German dams.
At just 22, he was responsible for dropping specially-adapted bombs in Germany's Ruhr Valley, the country's industrial heartland.

The raid targeted the valley's dams, releasing huge quantities of water into areas used by Germany for war production. Tributes have poured in to celebrate the Dambuster's birthday. Former RAF Tornado navigator John Nichol, who came to the world's attention as a prisoner during the First Gulf War was eager to mention how "humble, delightful" and "generous" Mr Johnson is. In a tweet, he said: "You could not hope to meet a more humble, delightful, generous man. "He is of the generation who thought of others before themselves. Heroes all."

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