STATS SAY SWANS BUBBLE WILL POP

Stats mean bugger all except that they kind of do at the same time. Top of the league is the stat that matters, most goals scored, only Leeds have conceded less, everything looks beautiful but when we look a little more into it then things don’t look quite as rosy. First

PLASTIC SWANS FANS…

There is an honour in being a super fan. We are measured as supporters by the hours we devote to our beloved side, the away trip; Rotherham away on a Tuesday night! And now there is a new super fan; the boycotting one, those who have given up the season

FOOTBALL ISN’T RACIST

Romelu Lukaku recently said that "we are going backwards" on racism after he was racially abused by Cagliari fans while playing for Inter Milan. It follows incidents where Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford, and Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham were abused on social media which prompted the Belgian striker

SWANSEA COULD HAVE BEEN BURY

Twenty years ago Bury were enjoying life in what is now the Championship whilst the mighty Swans languished in the forth tier of English football. The Swans enjoyed a 52.7% increase in their attendance that season as John Hollins brought excitement to the city, an FA Cup run and agonising

SWANSEA CITY FC: SIMPLE, SENSIBLE AND COMMON SENSE

Top of the league. Cup run. Attractive Football. This football malarkey is quite simple really isn’t it.The wheels could fall off as quickly as they have been bolted on but life is suddenly quite nice once again at Swansea City Football Club.The difference with this summers transfer window to the

SWANSEA UNDER 23s GO FROM TOP TO BOTTOM IN 2 YEARS

It has been a strange fifteen or so months for the club. Relegation was obviously a disaster for many reasons but the regrouping of the squad and the injection of youth into the side has kept many fans content with the way that last season panned out. Seeing the young squad

SWANSEA TEAM-MATES MARRY EACH OTHER

There are footballing families and sporting siblings, relatives who have excelled in the ring, inside the ropes or on the court. But there are not too many married couples who play in the same team. Swansea City wingers Nathan Dyer and Wayne Routledge tied the knot in low key fashion at