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  • My take on this is that if such a huge slice of the pie was being earmarked for the litigation funders then surely the Trust would have been advised against the lawsuit as it wouldn’t be worth their while? Wouldn’t it be more realistic to have said …
  • Good test for the players and they stood up to it despite the loss. Silly mistakes at the back need to be curtailed though as much as the chances need to be converted. Lots to be satisfied with however.
  • He looks much more relaxed in that photo. It’s like the weight of the world has lifted from his shoulders.
  • Steve Cooper put us in a relatively stable place during the two seasons that he was with us. At no time were we in danger of being relegated and he almost got us promoted twice to boot. A good track record when you consider that he was bettered by j…
  • 1/2 mil for a manager who twice took the club to the playoffs, one of those being the playoff final. We’ve been robbed if you ask me.
  • RIP Greavsie the Great.
  • If there’s no retrospective 3 match ban then there’s something very seriously wrong the panel who oversees these things. The club should put in a complaint if they don’t take a long hard look at what was undoubtedly a premeditated attack on Manning.…
  • With Brighton’s current form and consequent table position we’d do well to get anything from this match. To pit our wits against a Premier League side so early into our league campaign will certainly help the players to cut their teeth against the u…
  • The scoreline at half time and the turn around full time scoreline reminded a bit of the the Liverpool Champions League final win against AC Milan way back in 2005. The Miracle of Luton Town FC doesn’t have quite the same ring however. I’m so please…
  • Only 30% to go to the magic 100%.
  • Have to say this is a calamitous performance. I would call this a make or break game in terms of how the Swans deal with the fallout from what is currently a woeful result. If the players feel the way I feel at the moment then you can safely say it …
  • I grew up not supporting the Swans as I didn’t get, didn’t want to get football in all its guises, shapes and sizes. The light bulb moment for came many years later way back in 2003, although not as far back as the some of the posters on here that h…
  • What would RM1 have done under these circumstances I wonder?
  • The sanitiser usage is a no brainer as is washing your hands after using the toilets. Regardless of it being used to tackle the virus it’s just simple basic hygiene.
  • I’ve a phobia against phobic people.
  • https://www.scfc2.co.uk/forums/discussion/comment/84906#Comment_84906 I completely agree with your observation JackDragon. To keep the virus out of any venue the focus would ideally be on whether someone shows as being negative or positive rather th…
  • The question is, with posters commenting on Cullen’s limitations in the broader sense as a player why is it that he is the preferred player over Whittaker? I would have thought that as a fox in the box and not much else RM would require him to impro…
  • I myself didn’t grow up with the Swansea Way as football wasn’t in my blood during my childhood. In fact football passed me by completely during this time. However, as an adult, I did fall for its alluring charms just when it had already caught fire…
  • I seem to recall the concerns about Cooperball and SC stifling the creative instincts of the players. There was a definite style of play that he wanted the players to adhere to. Pragmatism to the nth degree ruled the dugout which translated onto the…
  • Malc - Yes I did although there was a degree of frustration that the attacking play didn’t bear any fruit. To me that is the one thing that is missing and admittedly is a big part of the jigsaw to find. Do we have that one vital player, the catalyst…
  • I for one enjoyed the game last night. The performance reminded me of the glory days when we were in the Championship prior to the promotion to the Premier League. There are signs all around that there is a lot of promise in the team when playing th…
  • Sometimes the moment dictates the decision to be made. Maybe a mix of scoring from distance or scoring from a tap in will be the perfect approach as this more than anything else will keep the opposing team guessing. I didn’t see or hear the game on …
  • A bit crude I know, but maybe that particular smell will be that of the opposition crapping themselves. Eau de Cistern if you like.
  • Leon Britton is in the “done and dusted” category of players in terms of how we are able to assess his footballing career from start to finish. Matt Grimes on the other hand is in the “wait and see” category. His fourth season with the Swans will be…
  • Cadleigh - The investment/non investment debate between yourself and Jack Raven has been very interesting and both have given everyone something to mull over including myself. The fact that I interjected with my take on the owners was simply to high…
  • Let’s also remember that the owners shafted the Trust during the sale of the club and have devalued their shares by not only relegating the club to the Championship but also accepting the Silverstein loan, a loan which can be converted into shares a…
  • I can’t see it myself. LB proved his worth for the team at the highest level whereas MG hasn’t. It remains to be seen whether he can cut it in the Premier League.
  • As an aside to this and what Bigoak mentioned in his post is why is it that Connor Roberts and Jamal Lowe were sold for a derisory sum of money?. Wasn’t the business model supposed to be buy low and sell high and not buy for peanuts, sell for peanut…
  • I find that any pre-existing opinions of the current owners are there because they have got form. Problem - The shameful way that they colluded with the selling members of the board during the sale of the club which resulted in the exclusion of the …
  • I remember after the final whistle was blown at the Stoke game, seeing Cabango collapse in a heap. Covid may have played its part in causing that sort of reaction in his body admittedly, but it definitely summed up the fitness issues that RM is refe…