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|Brave policeman from the 1982 Swansea v Cardiff game.|
at 14:02 16 Sep 2019
There is a poignant and moving story in today's South Wales Evening Post about PC Ian George. ........ He was the PC that was stabbed in the head with a dart.
Quote: "When fighting broke out on the North Bank officers came under a hail of golf balls, billiard balls, washers and coins. PC George who lived in Sketty, was in the thick of it when his helmet came off and seconds later he was stabbed in the head with a dart"
Valhalla always welcomes the brave! Protect and serve!
[Post edited 16 Sep 14:21]
|Dan James SWEP Back Page Latest|
at 11:16 2 Apr 2019
Let’s be honest with ourselves folks i.e. he’s off and it's only a matter of time and a case of James waiting for an offer to come in.
Sought-after winger’s contract talks ‘hit sticking point over £4m option’ (SWEP back page header small print)
BUYOUT CLAUSE CONCERN FOR DAN (SWEP block letters)
Quote SWEP: “According to the BBC, the key obstacle is a clause in James’s contract that would see him leave for the staggeringly low fee of around £4 million.”
|Poppies Are Racist?|
at 17:41 8 Nov 2018
Bullying PC loons and the reality void/common sense free parallel universe they inhabit hey? Yet more gratuitous and appalling Matthew Hopkins witchfinder general standard(s)! Yet more cr@p mind reading skills, insane imagination based thought crime, manufactured offence, fictitious offence etc. It's getting worse and worse.
Yet more innocent, decent, upstanding, caring and compassionate to get PC-loon false-accusation.
And FFS don't defend your honour/reputation if you are so wrongfully smeared racist for wearing a poppy because according to these loons defending yourself is in itself a sign of being racist also.
|Supporters Trust, mediation and additional legal action threat in today's SWEP. |
at 19:39 7 Sep 2018
A two page spread (Pages 6-7) with the headline:
"ONE DEADLINE PASSES-BUT SUPPORTERS GROUP IS STILL HOPING FOR 'MEDIATION' WITH SWANS OWNERS"............
Apparently the deadline passed on August 20th.
What also interested me was the threat of other-different-extra legal action just so the Trust can gain requested/required information deemed vital.
"But the Trust are ready to take legal action in order to obtain access to certain documents related to the takeover, should a request to see those papers not be granted in the coming days.
"As part of the mediation process, the Trust requested access to various pieces of documentation relating to the 2016 sale," the statement continued.
"These documents have not yet been received. On the advice of our legal team, the Trust board has instructed our lawyers to initiate legal action to obtain access to these documents, unless they are provided within a further 7 days.
"This is a limited legal action specifically to obtain access to these documents. It is not the same as undertaking legal action relating to the sale itself and its impact on the Trust’s shareholding.
|Damning Opinion! Swansea City Supporters Trust!|
at 17:28 7 Dec 2017
Quote: Mr Rees, who is strongly opposed to the share sale, said: “I am doing this because I, along with many fans, are worried for the future of the Trust and the club as well.
“I am very disappointed in the way both are conducting themselves, and that is why it is very important that the sale of shares does not go through.
“The Trust no longer, constitutionally and legally, has the right to sell any shares, should they continue to do so the consequences for the trust board would be immense.
“As soon as the Trust chair and vice chair resigned all Trust business had to stop immediately.
“I am very concerned as to what the motive is for continuing to push to sell the shares? We all want answers.”
|The Expertise From Jenkins D.O.F Strikes Again?|
at 12:19 20 Nov 2017
Quote Cork: Of the decision to sell him, and going on to pick up international honours, he added:
"I think it maybe wasn’t his (Clement's) decision.
"They bought me for £1.5million, the bid came in from Burnley, which was a lot more than they paid, and they were obviously trying to raise money to bring more midfield players in.
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