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Manchester City
at 19:40 14 Apr 2018

Hi I have tried to buy tickets for Man City away but there is no option for accessible seating.

Do I have to contact the club for these or does anyone know how to select the seats?

Thank you
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Bournemouth
at 16:29 12 Apr 2018

Does anyone here have enough points for Bournemouth on a 'Disabled' account?

I would like to get Accessible seating. Because I dont have any points the club have said for me to try back on the 26th of April and see if there are any left. I cant imagine there being any left in two weeks.

Thank you if anyone can help 👍
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Las Vegas
at 13:55 10 Apr 2018

I'm guessing a lot of you have been there.

I'm going in 3 weeks time (health permitted) I want to Hire a car like a Mustang or a Camaro for a day.

Have any of you hired a car if so did you book before you went or did you hire ond there? Id like to get one delivered to the hotel but looking online it says to collect at tge airport. Any suggestions please :)
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Lorry mows people down
at 15:53 7 Apr 2018

Lorry mows people down in Germany. Treated as a terror attack :(
[Post edited 7 Apr 15:57]
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Car garage
at 18:16 6 Apr 2018

Anyone here with a repair garage?
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Van's
at 11:50 18 Feb 2018

Theres been a lot of vans been broken in to in Skewen, Glynneath, Morriston and a few other places around here.

£1000s of tools ect been stolen. My mate had all his Makita stuff stolen.

Dark colour Fiesta has been being used this weekend.

Just if you got valubles in your vans then I guess it would be wise to remove them.

One of my other mates had his ford Transit stolen last year on his driveway they used a 'master key' no damage was reported but the took the van to Glynneath Mcds and emptied it of its contence and just left there.
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Jarrod Bowen, Hull City
at 12:48 1 Jan 2018

http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/hull-city-starlet-ja
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Carlos Carvalhal
at 07:45 27 Dec 2017

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/
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Bob Bradley
at 23:28 20 Dec 2017

Bob is 25/1
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JVZ
at 16:55 18 Dec 2017

I see on Twitter he has 17 tickets for Watford v Swansea. How does he get 17 seats next to eachother?

Thats a lot to get together.
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Tony Pulis
at 22:59 7 Dec 2017

Hugebutt Jenkins is concidering appointing him according to the Mirror.

Sorry if its been posted.
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Fao Darr Pross
at 20:50 3 Dec 2017

I see you have been ruffling JVZ feathers on Twitter.

Has he deleted his original Tweet?

I noticed he deleted the 'S H ! T!!!' Tweet after everyone got in to him.
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Porthcawl
at 18:01 4 Nov 2017

Porthcawl fireworks display, anyone know what time the fireworks will start.

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Sit back!!
at 16:56 4 Nov 2017

Let's watch the meltdown threads :)
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Disabled Parking at the stadium.
at 09:08 22 Oct 2017

Has there been any activity on the new disabled officer looking in to the parking prices?

Im going to my first game Tuesday night, well second game in two seasons. But dont really know where to park as I cant warrant pay £200 plus for a few games this season. (I do have a season ticket) just not physically strong enough to make games atm.
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Seat at the Stadium.
at 16:05 19 Aug 2017

Went to go to my new seat on concorse today to find the club have double sold it.

I have very limited movement so the club have issued me new seats on the concorse, as I genuinly need the seat.

The steward had to put me in the stand, as theres no railings it was a task to climb the steps.

Anyone else have this problem?

For last 10 years I used to be in row V, but I cant get there any more.
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Paul Clement on Siggy
at 05:08 18 Aug 2017

Gylfi Sigurdsson told Swansea City he wanted to leave the Liberty as early as the end of last season, manager Paul Clement has revealed.

And he pulled out of the club's pre-season tour of the States in the belief he was about to get his way – despite being warned he was wrong by the Swans boss.


Sigurdsson became the Swans' most expensive sale when he completed his move to Everton this week in a deal thought to be worth as much as £45m.

It came following protracted discussions between the two clubs that Swans sources say they felt forced into once Sigurdsson had made it clear he saw his future away from South Wales, coming when the Iceland international told management he did not want to join teammates on the ten-day trip to America just hours before he had been due to board the flight from Heathrow.


Clement admitted he was surprised when Sigurdsson informed him of his choice at the London hotel having played in the team's opening pre-season fixture at Barnet the previous night.

But, giving his final words on the saga before pressing on with recruitment plans, Clement said he was already aware Sigurdsson had wanted to quit the club.

Gylfi Sigurdsson after completing his move to Everton
Gylfi Sigurdsson after completing his move to Everton(Image: @Everton Twitter)
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“I made it clear to Gylfi at the end of last season, and through conversations I had via texts with him over the summer, that I would like him to stay,” said Clement as he addressed questions before Saturday's home clash with Manchester United. “His view was that he would like the opportunity to potentially embark on another challenge.


“So I was aware from the end of last season. The conversations were open and frank but you still hope there might be a change of mind.

“It might have been: 'The fans want you here, the owners want you here, I want you here' and the answer could have been 'Okay, I'll stay.' But that wasn't the case.”

Majority shareholder Steve Kaplan is thought to have also told Sigurdsson of his wishes to hold onto the 27-year-old at the end of the last campaign in which the No.10 played a key role in helping Clement's side avoid Premier League relegation.

Just days before the final game of the season against West Brom, Sigurdsson had not been prompted when he said he was not looking to leave Swansea, saying having received the club's player of the year award: “I expect to stay. I signed a new contract last summer and I’ve got three years left, so it’s down to the club if they want to sell me. It’s down to them, but I’m very happy here.

“I’m not trying to leave, not desperate to go or anything.”

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New signing Gylfi Sigurdsson with Everton boss Ronald Koeman(Image: @Everton Twitter)
Yet several Swans sources are adamant they were prepared to fight off all offers before Sigurdsson made clear he was keen on Everton, a club who has seen £25m interest seen off during the previous campaign.

Everton were revealed to have made an offer of a package totalling £40m on the morning of the club's scheduled departure for America, though it was promptly dismissed.

“I said to Gylfi my opinion was he should still come,” said Clement on Sigurdsson's decision not to travel to the States. “It could have potentially fallen through. He was confident it wouldn't and he decided to stay. We know what happened then, it didn't go through. It has now.

“It was a surprise. We were en route to the US. We were in London on our way. I believed he was coming.

“I don't know why he came up with that. Clearly he was speaking to his representatives who were confident it would happen then, but it didn't.”

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Swansea City head coach Paul Clement
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Clement said decisions were taken between all parties to then not involve the former Tottenham man in the friendlies that followed Swansea's return as the two clubs attempted to reach an agreement, one that was finally thrashed out earlier this week.

“It was probably more awkward for him than me,” Clement said of the situation of Sigurdsson still being at the club upon the side's return from the States. “I was never going to say, you've said your goodbyes now go and train over there. He continued to train with us and he was one of the hardest working players in the group, even during this period.

“But I was clear in my mind that this would happen eventually. I made up my mind I had to plan for life without him and that is what I did.

“It has gone on longer than we would have liked, but sometimes these deals are complicated. I just concentrated on our performance against Southampton and will do same this weekend.

“But it's good for everybody that it's been done. I said it wouldn't go to the end of the window and it didn't, it was finished two weeks before. Now we've got a reasonable amount of time to look at other players.”

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Gylfi Sigurdsson
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Clement says he is in constant communication with the club's hierarchy over the next steps, saying the two to three 'ideal scenario' additions could make the side stronger even without their leading assist-maker on board.

He added: “I'm in no doubt that we have to strengthen. There are good players here, but you saw the game against Southampton and we found it hard. There was no Gylfi or Fernando Llorente there there and they were instrumental for us at the end of last season, and there was no Ki Sung-Yueng who was playing week in, week out when we picked up a huge amount of points last season. That's three of your best players. For a club like ours, that's a lot.

“It's really important we get good quality players in in the next few weeks. We need to strengthen, we do and potentially, all being well, there can be an excitement about what we do.

“You can't say for sure because there is uncertainty. The players you want might be contracted elsewhere and there is a lot of unknowns. This is the nature of the negotiation process.

“It's asked different questions of me as a manager but, while that is going on, you're really trying to focus on training. Those are the conversations I've had with the club about this situation. One thing that's not going to wait is the start of the season. United will be at 1230 on Saturday, whoever we've got to play. I had to manage that uncertainty, but one certainty is you have to plan and prepare for games.”
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Bony.
at 07:55 6 Aug 2017

We have had a 10m offer rejected, Manchester City have said they want 13m for him.


Manchester City name their price for wantaway striker

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/manchester-city-tell-swanse
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3rd kit
at 19:06 24 Jul 2017

The club are going to realise a 3rd kit very soon.
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Carpet
at 21:01 12 Jul 2017

Anyone here Carpets The back of vans out or know anyone that does?

I have a Transporter that needs ply and carpet


Would have done it myself, but dew yo injurys I cannot do it now.

Reccomendations very welcome :)
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