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at 20:43 21 Jan 2021
Moved house, got programmes, newspapers, a few old shirts & books Swans related and others - don't want to throw them.
Would The Trust consider creating an 'archive' or are the individuals who have collections?
For example - full season of programmes for 1st season in Div 1 - random Swans from 60's through , also Wembley Cup Finals (including Man U v Benfica 1968)
Happy to donate to Swans archive or to a collector for a charity donation
[Post edited 21 Jan 21:07]
|Did goal line technology just fail?|
at 10:15 18 Jun 2020
Someone his lives with or is in his 'bubble'
Looks like everyone involved in both matches are lucky to have hairdressers that close to them - HMMM ????
|More Fixture Changes|
at 15:14 12 Jun 2020
A number of Swansea City’s remaining Championship fixtures have new dates and times, with two selected for live coverage.
Sky Sports have chosen the Swans’ trip to Millwall and home clash with Sheffield Wednesday for live broadcast.
It means Steve Cooper takes his team to The Den on Tuesday, June 30 with a 5pm kick off.
Later that week the Sky cameras head to the Liberty as former captain and manager Garry Monk returns to SA1 with the Owls in a game that kicks off at 12pm on Sunday, July 5.
As a result, the following match at Birmingham City moves back a day to Wednesday, July 8 (6pm kick off).
Due to Leeds’ live game with Stoke the following day, the Liberty clash with the Whites will now take place on Sunday, July 12 (3pm).
The movement of that game means the trip to The City Ground to face Nottingham Forest is knocked back a day to Wednesday, July 15 (6pm).
The Swans then host Bristol City in the final regular league fixture of the campaign at the Liberty on Saturday, July 18 (3pm), before the final-day clash at Reading on Wednesday, July 22 (kick-off to be confirmed).
This follows on from two changes to the fixture schedule that were announced in the past few days, with the trip to Middlesbrough on Saturday, June 20 and home clash with Luton Town the following Saturday both kicking off at 12.30pm.
The EFL have also confirmed the Championship play-off semi-final first and second legs will be played on Saturday, July 25 and Wednesday, July 29, while the final will be hosted on Sunday, August 2.
[Post edited 12 Jun 2020 15:16]
at 17:21 7 Jun 2020
Also nicknamed Tarmac - the black Heighway
at 15:30 23 May 2020
Not trying to defend anyone, think they're one as bad as the other, but let's not pretend non-essential travel hasn't been going on .
We all cheered Capt Tom when he completed his 100 laps - was it essential travel for the guard of honour to be there or Michael Ball to go and sit in his garden and interview him??
And, don't get me started on all these people on tv (news etc) - don't tell me they're not getting haircuts !!! and there's me like fecking Ken Dodd!!!!
|EFL Young Talent|
at 18:37 22 May 2020
Sky Football 11.30 Sunday - Joe Rodon
|Wishbone Ash - Big Top 1990|
at 11:03 22 May 2020
There were 2 versions of Wishbone Ash touring.
Went to see Martin Turner's at the St David's Hall in Cardiff (just checked and can't believe it was 2008) - they were with The Groundhogs & Focus. They did an excellent set comprising mainly of the Argus album.
Saw Andy Powell's band at Pontardawe Arts Centre a couple of years earlier
Thought Turner's band were far better
|Michael Ball / Capt Tom|
at 21:17 6 May 2020
Exactly, propaganda machine in overdrive
This time last year my mum was dying with cancer, can't imagine how i/she/the family would have managed if it had been now - bet there are people in the same position now
|Michael Ball / Capt Tom|
at 20:03 6 May 2020
TV special this evening
How lush was that
Didn't realise Michael and his film crew were living with the lovely old gent.
There are people who'd love to travel and sit in the garden with their loved ones.
[Post edited 6 May 2020 20:39]
|Rhod Gilbert - Work Experience (Care Worker)|
at 13:08 5 May 2020
Been mentioned on a previous thread.
Being repeated tomorrow (BBC2 10 pm) - well worth a watch, these people do a brilliant job for little reward.
(it's on iPlayer too)
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