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|If we persevere|
at 23:32 4 Jul 2020
and stick with the manager, might we develop a team worth watching? It may take some time and patience.
|The North Bank|
at 23:47 22 May 2020
I haven't been able to get to my most revered place in the world, due to Covid-19.
I started planting, for my brother, on the existing North Bank mound, some years ago. I hope that the people who pass by, enjoy it as it grows over the years.
at 23:56 17 Apr 2020
All you fkrs who help this world tick over in these difficult times...
|If you could choose...|
at 22:49 16 Apr 2020
3, 4, 5 Swans players, past or present, to sit around a pub table and have a couple of pints and a frank chat, who might you choose, and why?
|Moving The Goalposts|
at 21:10 14 Apr 2020
The average height of a European man has increased over the past century by more than 11cm, yet goals have remained at 24 feet wide since 1863 and 8 feet high since 1882.
Would you change the dimensions of football goals?
|Most versatile Swans player|
at 23:52 11 Apr 2020
Nick Cusack has had some poor coverage on here, but he played centre back, centre midfield and centre forward for The Swans, and gave 100% imho. There'll be others, I'm sure...
|A song for our past, present and future|
at 20:55 10 Apr 2020
Grew up with this song, sung by a local Pontardawe girl. It was relevant, is relevant , and could be the next 'Hymns & Arias', if The Liberty want a new song that no other Club's fans sing:
Those were the days my friend:
Once upon a time there was a tavern,
Where we used to raise a glass or two.
Remember how we laughed away the hours,
Think of all the great things we would do.
Those were the days my friend,
We thought they'd never end,
We'd sing and chant for-ever and a day,
We'd live the life we choose,
We'd fight and never lose,
For we were young and sure to have our way.
[Lalala lah lala, lalala lah lala] Nanana nah nana, nanana nah nana...
|Your Swans Cult Hero|
at 20:44 10 Apr 2020
* The eccentric
I'll start with Wyndham Evans - unsung - never capped.
|How many different pubs did we|
at 15:09 10 Apr 2020
frequent on the way to watching The Mighty Swans at The Vetch Field? The pubs may well not have been in the Swansea vicinity, if you travelled from further afield, and had a sneaky one en route, or may have been regular matchday jaunts.
I'll start with an obvious one, and await the more obscure:
(1). The Builders
|How many different pubs do we |
at 15:07 10 Apr 2020
frequent (not including the current hiatus, obviously), on the way to watching The Mighty Swans at The Liberty? The pubs may well not be in the Swansea vicinity, if you travel from further afield, and have a sneaky one en route, or may be regular matchday jaunts.
I'll start with an obvious one, and await the obscure too:
(1). The Railway
at 00:50 5 Apr 2020
Ti'n siarad trwy twll dy dyn.
at 00:46 5 Apr 2020
Maybe this could become the Welsh Language thread. I have a message for LadyJack… I'll put it there. Let's re-energise this part of the site.
|Your top I was There Swans Moments|
at 22:38 3 Apr 2020
Obvious and obtuse...
Brighton (first away game in Div One)
Vetch, when old wooden crutch was chucked on pitch by fan for away player simulating injury
[Post edited 3 Apr 22:50]
at 22:19 3 Apr 2020
Ok, it's dead.
But let's not underestimate it.
How many friendships have you made through the ticket thread / or this site?
...and I know he'll be waiting... so, I've made him wait, YJB, Fireboy2
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.
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