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|Res and E20|
at 21:48 9 May 2018
Res and E20 shown to be mugs.
|We need to match them|
at 08:20 5 May 2018
Swans need to match Soton, Stoke and WBA, point for point that is all.
Swans match WBA points total today [win, lose or draw] then Swans relegate Albion today.
Swans match Stoke City points today then its all but mathematically likely that Swans will finish above Stoke [Stoke would have to win by possibly as much as 3 goals at the Liberty on the last day to finish above the Swans and that is if Swans lose at home to Soton].
If Swans match Stoke points today and in Stoke's case both Swans and Stoke lose or both draw then as close as damn it Swans will relegate Stoke today.
If Swans match Soton points total today then Swans will stay 1 point clear of Soton [Soton better goal difference], if Swans then draw at home with Soton on Tuesday then Swans stay that 1 point ahead of the Saints going into the last weekend, where Swansea are at home to Stoke [lets hope Stoke are relegated today] and Soton are at home to Man City, yet again if Swans match Soton on the last weekend assuming Swans have matched them over the previous two games Swans will finish above them.
As regards the two teams that are directly above Swansea in the league table they both have a 2 point cushion over the Swans with the Swans having a similar goal difference to WHU and a better goal difference to Huddersfield, WHU are off form but have a reasonable run in, Huddersfield have a hard run in, its stretching it to hope for Huddersfield to get zero points from their remaining 3 games although possible, them getting 1 point is possibly more realistic therefore Swans might take them if Swans can get 3 points from Swans 3 remaining games.
For me today I want Swans getting a result today to hopefully either catch or close the gap on WHU and Huddersfield and also at least match WBA, Stoke and Soton.
Come on Swansea.
at 20:35 3 May 2018
You have previously asked when will Adam Price be leader of Plaid, who knows is my answer but the latest next leader odds have Adam Price as favourite ahead of Rhun ap Iorweth then Elin Jones, then Bethan Jenkins and Neil McEvoy both joint 4th favs, Dai Lloyd is the 6th fav, with a lot of Plaid MP's having bigger odds than some of the AM's including Liz Saville-Roberts.
[Post edited 3 May 20:38]
|Succesful games for Wales.|
at 08:20 15 Apr 2018
Wales finished 7th in the medal table ahead of the likes of Nigeria, Jamaica, Kenya and Scotland and P4P we were way ahead of England, England's population being something like 18 times Wales population.
Multiply Wales golds by 18 or Wales medal total by 18 to compare to England total to see just how well team Wales has done.
|Weekend end games|
at 18:37 14 Apr 2018
Terrible result for Wrexham today and at the halftime mark in the Fulham v Brentford game Cardiff fans must be pulling their hair out, only poor finishing and poor refereeing have prevented Brentford from being a few goals up instead its all square at the break.
|Is this Racism ?|
at 13:45 8 Apr 2018
Is the above English newspaper printing racist articles ?
|I wonder if this place will go into meltdown after WBA [A] game ?|
at 11:07 1 Apr 2018
Swans are away to bottom of the league team WBA next weekend, WBA will be favourites in the match up per the bookies although the Baggies have lost 9 games on the trot.
If Swans win I would think all Swans fans will expect Swansea to stay up.
If its a draw people will think there is still work to do.
If Swans lose and that would be on the back of a 0-0 followed by 0-3 and 0-2 defeats then some will go into meltdown.
Personally I hope for a win but would take a draw.
at 09:13 29 Mar 2018
Seen some programme last night about getting rid of council houses and flats, they reckon its social cleansing.
Another thing that seems to go back to Mrs Thatcher and Tories and then carried on by the Red Tories.
at 09:41 25 Mar 2018
Strong women and the sisterhood.
at 18:45 24 Mar 2018
Kaardiff fan McEvoy who has recently been expelled by Plaid speaks on London and Cardiff :-
|Poverty in Swansea ?|
at 20:46 8 Mar 2018
I notice on the Joseph Rowntree Foundation site on their poverty in Wales article it shows a big picture of Swansea, looks like the seafront and marina to me and not a poverty type picture, perhaps it was just for contrast ?
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