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Hodgson
at 12:35 15 Feb 2024

On the brink.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/68303964
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Moyes
at 14:50 11 Feb 2024

On thin ice 4-0 down before halftime.
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India v England
at 09:57 28 Jan 2024

From being dead and buried England are in with shout.
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Everton and Forest charged
at 16:42 15 Jan 2024

Everton and Nottingham Forest charged with breaking financial rules by Premier League - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67978537
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Ospreys to move out of the Swansea.com?
at 17:49 12 Jan 2024

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/rugby/rugby-news/welsh-region-plan-leave-sta
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Leicester away date confirmed
at 17:35 12 Jan 2024

https://www.swanseacity.com/news/change-date-confirmed-leicester-city-away-fixtu

Tuesday January 30th 19.45.
I take it that the Bournemouth game is not on the Sunday or Monday then.
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Leicester
at 13:37 6 Jan 2024

2-0 up at Millwall if the result stays the same that's our match there in a couple of weeks postponed, irrespective of our result later.
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Forest points deduction?
at 17:38 3 Jan 2024

It seems they are picking on the small clubs and leaving the wealthy alone. Can they afford to take them on?

https://theathletic.com/5176475/2024/01/03/nottingham-forest-profit-sustainabili
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Swansea v Cardiff tomorrow
at 18:48 2 Jan 2024

https://www.swanseacity.com/news/cameron-congreve-wed-love-nothing-more-reach-fi
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Osian Roberts
at 21:14 20 Dec 2023

Has a new job.

Osian Roberts: Como name ex-Wales assistant boss as caretaker manager - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67774922
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Shaun Maloney
at 07:48 14 Dec 2023

Skybet have him at 5/2 second favourite from nowhere.

https://m.skybet.com/football/manager-specials/event/32685821
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Credit where its due. Well done Swansea City
at 19:30 7 Dec 2023

Supporters looking to cheer on Swansea City in our Boxing Day fixture at Southampton will be able to take advantage of heavily discounted coach travel, courtesy of partners HGV Drivers UK and the club.

The club and HGV Drivers UK have been keen to thank the Jack Army for their tremendous support, recognising the considerable costs incurred and distances travelled by so many of you who have followed the Swans home and away; not just this season but over a number of years.

Boxing Day fixtures are a much-loved part of the festive sporting calendar, and we are delighted to be able to help the travelling Jacks attend the game and cheer on our team at St Mary’s by covering the majority of the cost of return coach travel.

Return travel packages for the game will be priced at £38, but contributions from HGV Drivers UK and the club mean supporters will pay just £15 for the trip to the south-coast.

Tickets for the game will go on sale at 10am on Friday, December 8, when further information on pricing, sale windows, how to claim discounted coach travel and matchday travel details will be confirmed.

“Since becoming a club partner this season we’ve been impressed with the passion and commitment of the travelling Jacks who travel hundreds of miles supporting their team,” said Wesley Seare, managing director of HGV Drivers UK, the premier logistics recruitment agency for driver, transport manager, supervisor, clerk and planner jobs across the UK.

“We’re proud to support a community-focused club and are pleased that we could play our part in making the fixture on Boxing Day affordable and accessible for those that would like to attend.”

Richard Morris, head of commercial at Swansea City, added: “We’re grateful to Wes and the team at HGV Drivers UK for joining the club in this fantastic gesture to our magnificent supporters, and we hope a large number of the Jack Army will make the trip to Southampton on Boxing Day.

“Partnerships with a true sense of purpose, collaboration and community spirit are vital for our club, and we greatly appreciate the manner in which HGV Drivers UK have embraced working with us and the support they have provided.”

The Swansea City Supporters’ Trust, the club and its partners had been in ongoing conversations regarding the provision of discounted travel for away supporters at selected fixtures – while the topic has also been raised at this season’s fans’ forum and structured dialogue meeting - and all parties are very pleased to be able to have this arrangement in place for an eagerly-anticipated game.

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And well done HGV Drivers UK.
[Post edited 7 Dec 2023 19:32]
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Snus
at 13:15 5 Dec 2023

Apparently there is high use in football, I've never heard of it, it must be my sheltered life.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67622104
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New Premier League TV Deal
at 20:52 4 Dec 2023

New record deal.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/67619756
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FA cup 3rd round draw
at 19:05 2 Dec 2023

12.55 tomorrow (Sunday) ITV.

Give us a big club home please.
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At last some action
at 15:58 1 Dec 2023

But come on its less than 24 hours to KO, has it taken them until now to realise tickets are not selling for tomorrow.


As a thank you to all season-ticket holders for your magnificent support for the Swansea City team, we are offering you the chance to bring a friend or family member along to our home fixture against Huddersfield Town at a discounted rate.

Your passion and commitment to backing our club does not go unnoticed, and we are extending our Jack Week ticketing offer exclusively to you ahead of Saturday’s (December 2) meeting with the Terriers at the Swansea.com Stadium (3pm KO).

Prices for your additional tickets for the fixture start from £13.50 for adults and £4 for kids, and can be exclusively purchased by logging in to your existing Swans Club account, clicking the link below and selecting the ‘Jack Army’ prices from the drop down window when selecting your seats.

Tickets will be emailed to you within 24 hours of your purchase and can also be downloaded to your phone by downloading the Swans App, logging in to your existing account and clicking the ‘Jacks’ tab.

If you have any queries or need assistance logging in to your account, please email ticketing@swanseacity.com and we look forward to welcoming you on Saturday, or when your half-season ticket is activated for our fixture against West Bromwich Albion on New Year’s Day.
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SPOTY
at 15:33 27 Nov 2023

Tuesday 17th December. I'm going for another ladies footballer this year. Mary Earps.

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Wales school summer holidays may be cut by a week
at 06:18 21 Nov 2023

Its fine for the Senedd who shut for the summer break, but it will mean parents trying to all get time off at the same time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-67475949
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Wonderland- The Alice Street Story
at 12:13 18 Nov 2023



Worth a look if you have the time. How Alice Street in Swansea gave Wales five internationals.
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Clarity by the club or is it
at 10:57 14 Nov 2023

https://www.swanseacity.com/club/ownership-statement

I have cut and pasted in full, just in case it is edited or removed from the club website.


OWNERSHIP STATEMENT
Swansea City AFC Limited is a member of the English Football League and the Football Association of Wales and is an affiliate member of the West Wales Football Association.

It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Swansea City Football 2002 Limited.

Shareholders owning 10% or more of the issued share capital in the ultimate holding company are:

Andy Coleman, Stephen Kaplan, Jason Levien & Jake Silverstein (via Swansea Football LLC) - 70.76%

Nigel Morris – 15.22%

Swansea City Supporters Society Ltd – 10.35% (including its protected 5.00% ownership position).



So the club put this on their website, without it being dated and without it being available through the latest news or club news section of the website. Was it slipped on without trying to draw attention after recent questions have been asked? Do they monitor the fan forums I wonder? Clearly this statement is after the latest investment and dilution going by the trust shareholding percentage.

We now know the names and shareholding of the main shareholders.

Swansea Football LLC-70.76%
Nigel Morris – 15.22%
Swansea City Supporters Society Ltd – 10.35% (including its protected 5.00% ownership position).
Leaving 3.67% left between minority shareholders. This is down to dilution and will continue to be reduced with any future dilution.

Swansea Football LLC is the American investment vehicle of Andy Coleman, Stephen Kaplan, Jason Levien & Jake Silverstein and possibly others, we do not know for sure. Neither do we know what percentage stake each investor has in Swansea Football LLC. We do not know either if all the investment in Swansea Football LLC has now been transferred to SWANSEA CITY FOOTBALL 2002 LIMITED (our club registered at Companies House in the UK). The clarification here does go to explain Coleman's statement that he had "invested a considerable amount in Swansea City", when nobody could see it registered at companies house. He had in fact invested, IMO, it in Swansea Football LLC in the USA.

There is some clarity but also leaves many questions still unanswered.





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