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at 22:00 31 Mar 2020
(M)any on here? How are you currently coping with it?
Apologies in advance if this is covered elsewhere.
at 00:11 29 Mar 2020
I've witnessed better arrangements for away fans in League Two / Division Four.
|Who is the last one to switch off the light?|
at 02:09 22 Mar 2020
It's 2:00 a.m. I'm up later than usual, but off to bed. There are still 5 posters on-line.
In keeping with the television series theme tonight, which of us 'Waltons' turns out the light?
Good night Jim Bob.
|Your favourite Swansea City season |
at 01:46 22 Mar 2020
'76 was mine.
Then we had '81...
… and then '11 with four awesome seasons in the top flight.
It's hard to choose one, so I have to go for the first season in Division One, and the first season in The Premier League.
I won't be here forever obviously, but if our future fans enjoy our journey as I have, yes it's a rollercoaster, but they'll be in for a treat.
[Post edited 22 Mar 1:56]
|Luton and Millwall|
at 23:52 20 Mar 2020
In the absence of live football, how d'you think we would've done?
I think we would've beaten Luton 2-1, and got a draw a 1-1 at Millwall.
|Bit of fun|
at 19:44 14 Mar 2020
Put part of two Football teams names together to make a new one.
I'll go Tottenham and Fulham = Tottenham
Not much to beat there, so...
… over to you
|Music you discovered later on in life|
at 20:45 6 Mar 2020
I like a wide range of music, from Punk to Classical.
I had never listened to Pink Floyd, but bought their last album to see what I may be missing - nothing. I recently watched / listened to a Sky documentary, and heard enough to decide to buy Dark Side Of The Moon the next day. Listened to it most days since.
at 16:59 2 Mar 2020
East Upper Adult ticket £15. Can meet at stadium.
|Ticket for Saturday|
at 12:39 18 Feb 2020
Available East Upper Adult £15. Can meet at stadium.
at 21:48 14 Feb 2020
For those of you who remember our meteoric rise from Division Four to the Top Flight in the '80's, when we were relegated we went tumbling down the leagues and almost out through the trapdoor.
Many, if not all of us, never thought we'd see Top Flight football again - we did. We've been relegated. We're fighting not to repeat history of tumbling down the leagues. Whether we like it or not, we're in transition, punching above our weight. It's not pretty much of the time, but if you don't want to watch us fk off, because I'd rather the 3.5k die-hards we've always had.
|Rest In Peace 'Gwil Llew'|
at 01:17 30 Jan 2020
At the request of Gwilym Llewelyn Williams' family:
Sadly, Gwil Llew passed away earlier. A huge Swans fan of almost 50 years.
Many of you may have read his post on here, not long ago, saying that he'd survived a heart attack whilst watching Wales at the cardiff city stadium. A huge fan of The Wales team, as well as of his beloved Swans.
He posted on here as 'Giantstoneater'
A loyal friend, football fan, and father of two great kids.
Rest In Peace, Gwil… You'll be so missed, You Jack Bastard.
Nos da, wus.
at 20:56 28 Jan 2020
Hope he's ok. Not like him to not come on here and tell everyone where the manager, team and club are going wrong.
|Robbie, Charlo, Curt|
at 22:36 16 Jan 2020
Am I right in thinking they were 16, 17 and 18 years old when they started playing in our first team. Really exciting times to be watching The Swans. Great memories. Ok, it was Division Four, but fine examples of, 'If you're good enough, you're old enough.'
What are people's fondest memories of these three players?
* Robbie giving me his tie-up / muddied piece of scrappy bandage, which I pinned on the bedroom wall, I was 14 - now 57 (or bossing games in midfield throughout the leagues)
* Curt coming over to the wall at the front of The North Bank to sign my 'Swansea City' book, bought in William Street shop before a Fourth Division game in '76 (or smashing in that Leeds goal)
* Charlo putting the ball over the bar whilst standing on the opposition goal line! (or smashing in that goal at Preston)
at 17:08 13 Jan 2020
Come and see the premier team in Wales v Wigan, £15 East Upper. Can meet at ground.
at 15:30 2 Jan 2020
My dashboard is today showing a symbol of a 'car with a spanner'. Handbook suggests something electrical, but ok to drive. Anyone come across this?
at 20:27 6 Dec 2019
Adult ticket East Upper £15. Can meet at turnstile with ticket.
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