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|With relegation confirmed at the end of another terrible season of 'football'|
at 19:41 14 May 2018
and consequently an increasing number of our supporters becoming furious and disillusioned with Jenkins Dineen etc, does anyone else find it strange that the Trust have still not formulated and announced a clear strategy.?
Why not? Are they intent on doing anything of note? Legal action a possibility?
|It's quite obvious now that the Club|
at 19:09 10 May 2018
Needs a clear out from the top so that it can start the 2018/19 season with the supporters fully behind the Club again
That means Jenkins Dineen Morgan and the others involved in the Club sale leaving the Club completely. Is this possible and how can it be achieved?
A new Club chairman is a priority.
The Trust, if they do not take the legal action recommended by the Barrister need to consider their positions. The current Trust Chairman seems weaker than a cup of tea from Belli's cafe and as with many of the others seems in that position to enjoy being associated with the Club, in a perceived position of power when in reality that's a million miles away.
The Management and playing Staff need a complete overhaul and we need to get back to our football principles which is to entertain the fans thru attacking possession based football with quick wide players. The next manager has to have those beliefs. And player recruitment has to be based around them.
First of all, to kickstart a positive move the Trust must doing everything possible to rid the club of Jenkins and his cronies. Please do your best to make sure this happens. After 13 seasons as a season ticket holder at the Liberty I've had enough. Im still a fan and will return when these people have been moved out. You took the praise, you then took the cash now take it on the chin like men and off you toddle. It was your choice remember but you now need to do the honourable thing...
|Simply not good enough for the Premier League|
at 10:04 9 May 2018
And last night ladies and gentlemen the evidence was there for all to see clearly
Hardly any goal attempts created in 96 minutes of football against a struggling Saints side who looked a lot better than us all over the pitch.
Bizarrely now some people looking to blame the current manager who arrived after a 5-0 defeat at Liverpool when we were firmly in last place with little hope. He has given us some hope.
We all really know who has fooked this club up. Greedy owners including Jenkins Dineen Morgan. They took the plaudits, now they must face up to the criticism and questions. When they started putting most of their time and energy into selling the Club and then doing it secretly that's when our serious problems started. That was around 3 years ago. Possibly more. In the words of Tommy Docherty they promised to take our club to the next level. They have, they've got it relegated.
at 17:38 18 Apr 2018
Gone quiet yet again
Any news re legal action?
Exiledclaaseboy aka lardarse any news please ?
|Swans v Everton |
at 08:10 5 Apr 2018
Two Premier seats available. Lower tier on half way by home subs bench mob 07880780389
|Alan Curtis Statue|
at 10:39 28 Mar 2018
Get it sorted now
Do not wait until the great man leaves us, do it now.
May be a project for the Trust, they don't seem to be doing anything of real note
|Swans battering at Huddersfield|
at 16:40 14 Mar 2018
Shows the most one sided statistics in Premier League history for a game where a team has actually taken something from the game albeit just one point
30 goal attempts for the home team, a struggling Huddersfield, to none for the Swans, only 19% ball possession for Swans and most of that in our own half, with 12 corners to nil.
In the circumstances ( player sent off after 10 minutes ) the point was seen as a miraculous achievement but let's be honest it wasn't really was it. Again we rode our luck. For sheer determination we deserved a point but let's be honest, determination from players is a minimum requirement isn't it. It was most definitely nothing to write home about as welcome and possibly vital as the one point is.
|Views on Chris Coleman|
at 11:31 7 Mar 2018
Good manager or a tactically inept buffoon?
Or somewhere in between?
Did well with Wales but then Bale has to take most of the credit for that surely.
at 13:24 18 Feb 2018
Have become even more detached from the fans, even more invisible.
Good honourable people ( it seems ) on the Trust board but not worth a w a n k in terms of actually doing what they're supposed to be doing I'm sorry to say.
Full of promises, long statements but a zero list of achievements.
Listen lads, you've been shat on from a great height. More than once too. You don't then get into bed with those very people. You show some facking balls. Or fack off ...don't go thru the motions for personal ego reasons. That's not doing anyone any favours least of all yourselves.
|It's time to reveal your identity|
at 11:16 15 Jan 2018
Too many people hiding behind user names now which they feel is allowing them to say anything.
Lots of allegations. Lots of threats. Lots of bollox.
Is it time to only use real names on websites / forumslike this? I'm sure it would assist considerably with eliminating so much of the bullshyte.
|Really do no this understand the concept of boycotting|
at 09:18 9 Jan 2018
One we want to win with Notts county to play away in a 4th round tie
Get behind our team, our players, our new manager who has instilled some belief and renewed hope straight after a 5-0 loss at Liverpool and let's find other ways to hammer into the likes of Jenkins.
|Various words have been used to describe Huw Jenkins|
at 18:42 3 Jan 2018
Over the past year or two:
He seems to have gone from hero to zero. But there are others. Who are they ?
Who else exactly was involved in the build up to sale behind the backs of the Trust? Jenkins can't take full responsibility surely. Or can he?
I firmly believe that the Club cannot move on, cannot repair the damage until they've ( who are they ) gone from the Club and taken their massive salaries with them.. And I certainly do not agree on this subject with Res that we should keep our thoughts to ourselves until the season is over. Why? There is no time like the present...
Not sure about anyone else but I'd not heard of Robert Davies for example. He's cashed in his chips to the value of almost £10m yes £10m and has the audacity to talk now about the Club going to oblivion. God they must have been desperate to get their hands on the cash to have instigated this.
|Jenkins taking all the flak |
at 19:23 29 Dec 2017
And rightly so, as he's shown himself to be lower than low more than once now.
But who else is guilty ? It's not all down to Jenkins ....or is it?
|Are the Trust actually doing anything positive|
at 11:04 24 Dec 2017
Behind the scenes regarding the need for a re-vote on the share sale?
It's being requested by the Members. The goal posts have moved and we are now favourites to be relegated.
Allegedly now there is not enough in the transfer budget to bring in reinforcements next month? Is this true ?..Trust you will know surely?
And whilst we are it. Can we ask for a review of the allocation of the Contracts to carry out the multi million pound building contracts at Landore and Fairwood? Can this be questioned? Who handled the Contracts and the tendering processes. Come on Trust get your skates on and do something at fooking last.
|Our squad simply isn't good enough|
at 11:14 14 Dec 2017
To stay up I'm afraid to say
With the exception of Fabianski Fernandez ( he has start the next game ) Abraham Bony and possibly Mesa ( who did some good things last night but also always looks capable of giving a goal away as he did again ) none our players are good enough and most now look barely good enough to get into a decent championship side
The gulf in class last night was embarrassing and that's as one sided a game as you will see at this level as they strolled to victory, moving up through the gears at will with, alarmingly, little pressure being applied to the opposition player in possession in contrast to their incredible work ethic when not in possession
It's definitely time for a new manager to come in to freshen things up with four new players in January and there's still hope. It's a time for proven experience IMO. Look at the impact Roy Hodgson has made at Crystal Palace and Sam Allardyce at Everton.
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