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at 21:01 14 Sep 2019
Did it flash up on the screen?
Very disappointing to again to huge swathes of empty seats given we were top of the league, just off a win away to Leeds and there hadn't been a home game for 3 weeks.
at 20:55 27 Aug 2019
Very much the forgotten man of that Great Escape survival season and deserves a warm reception tomorrow prior to kick off.
A pity most there will have no idea who he is.
|I see the clog was in the directors box today|
at 21:53 30 Mar 2019
I'm assuming he was an invited guest of someone at the club?
Anyone know who at the club invited him? Any way of finding out?
(I'm looking here at you Swans Trust).
|Swans Trust communication|
at 20:42 19 Mar 2019
No statement to date regarding the appointment of the new chairman.
No update regarding the members consultation vote on the possibility of legal action, which was supposed to take place in March.
How are those communication improvements going so far?
|The elected representatives of swansea|
at 19:33 1 Nov 2018
Been having a bit of a back and forth with Mike Hedges AM recently, mainly due to his unwillingness to answer a question i put to him in regards the the continuing cuts to Local Government while other public sectors the Welsh Government is responsible for funding, get increases.
He pointed me to his speech on the budget in the Senedd to show how he does not support the imbalance in the budgets and wants more funding to go to Local Government as opposed to the other areas.
I've linked to his speech below. A couple of questions spring to mind.
1) Where in this speech (other than one very brief reference to social care)in between commending and welcoming the budget that does the exact opposite of what he is claiming he supports, does he state that viewpoint?, and
2) Having watch his speech, it's content and his delivery, is anyone surprised that Swansea gets very little, relatively speaking, out of Cardiff Bay?
|More loans taken out|
at 15:17 7 Sep 2018
Against the future payments from Sevilla and West Ham for Mesa and Fabianski respectively to the value of £6m.
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