Posts Tagged "Swansea City"

Swansea City’s Great Managerial Gamble

Swansea City’s Great Managerial Gamble

By on Feb 5, 2014 in Latest | 1 comment

So, farewell then, Michael Laudrup. It would be easy to spin the story of his departure from the Liberty Stadium yesterday as being just another case of the insanity of the world of football management in the twenty-first century. True enough, the Swans are just two points from the relegation places in the Premier League, but the bottom half of the table is awfully...

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The 2012 Football League Cup Final Marks A New High For Swansea City

By on Feb 24, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 3 comments

This afternoon’s Football League Cup Final proved to be a game too far for Bradford City. This was a match that proved to be as one-sided as we might have expected their epic wins against Wigan Athletic, Arsenal or Aston Villa to be, but the Yorkshire club’s supporters can return home this evening proud of the way that they and their team carried...

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Hazard Vs The Ball Boy Shouldn’t Have Been Last Night’s Main Talking Point

By on Jan 23, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 5 comments

With so many people standing on either side of it screaming at each other, there is no room for sitting on the fence in modern football. So it is that we have to take sides over the tiny incident that will,by the time you read this, have swamped the football media to the exclusion of anything else. So, here’s a viewpoint on the matter, for what it’s...

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Match Of The Past: Swansea City

By on Jul 15, 2012 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

Our summer historical tour of twenty clubs of the Premier League turns to Swansea City. Thirty-one years ago, Swansea were preparing for a season in the First Division, and the majority of our matches come from that golden period from the early 1980s. First up is a match from 1980 at Ninian Park against Cardiff City, and the second match is a home league match at...

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