Was browsing online last night when I came across the article on Stuart Webber and Norwich City. The feature talks about the issues the club faced and how they seat about reviving their fortunes. It struck me that what they have gone through is what the Swans are seeking to do.
Wasn’t aware of this incident which took place in last weeks rugby, Nico Lee a Cheetahs player “cleared the contents of his nose” in to a Connaught players face. F..... disgusting. Got himself a 13 week ban, he’s lucky he didn’t have his face rearranged.
Stories emerging about Sergio Ramos testing positive for a banned substance after the Champions League Final and Ronaldo having “kicked up a fuss about being tested.” Mistakes can happen and there needs to be a mechanism to address errors, but compliance should be absolute and offenders punished.
Mesa got sent off rather harshly in the derby match against Betis while Baston got the first goal in Alaves 2-1 win. Let’s hope he scores 30 this season and the club gets its money back when he is sold next year.
Mesa’s sending off is shown in the video, shocking.
West Brom have just sold Johnny Evans to Leicester for £3.5m payable in 2 instalments of £1.75m. They turned down £25m for him last summer, so I am guessing that is the figure set in a relegation clause.
West Brom fans will be livid, but it’s a good bit of business for Leicester and will hopefully ultimately benefit Swansea as West Brom have lost a really good player who will need replacing for a very “low” transfer fee.
I have booked to go to Boston /New England in July and can see that John Fogarty who many will say was the creative force behind Creedence Clearwater Revival is in concert in Saratoga Springs New York State while we are there. It’s a bit out of our way, but I was wondering if anyone seen Fogarty in concert? If they have was he any good and would it be worth making the trip to Saratoga? I am partial to a bit of CCR, but I know nothing about Saratoga and was wondering if it was worth making the effort?
The word "Hero" is frequently bandied about and used inappropriately by today's media, the guy in this article has shown immense bravery and courage in acting the way he did and is fully deserving of the title Hero.