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  1. Can’t explain that , other than maybe trying to put him off his game.
  2. He’s a Swansea legend and probably the best central defender we have ever had. Can’t say more than that really.
  3. Decent game yesterday and there wasn’t any crying form any side Good luck for the rest of the season.
  4. I was in one particular pub in Swansea a few years ago and there was around 40 Feyenoord fans in there who had come over to watch the Swans. As far as I know there aren’t any connections between the to clubs (fans) Swansea do have a big connection with ADO Den Haag - another Dutch club, because one of our previous owners is himself a huge Den Haag fan - John Van Zweeden. ADO Den Haag fans are in Swansea for most games believe it or not, even during our time in the lower divisions and 800 of them turned up at Wembley when we got to the playoff final.
  5. Yesterday was my 2nd trip to AG this year (Swansea fan) and to be fair to the police they on both occasions have been decent and not confrontational like you can see with some police forces around the country. Glad to see/hear there wasn’t any trouble and that’s down to the policing during the day. So well done and I had an enjoyable day in Bristol.
  6. Andre Ayew a better player than his brother.
  7. I guess the good people of Bristol don’t have a sense of humour
  8. I remember that. Struggled at the time to get into our premier league side, so probably was looking for some regular first team football. When he did get a run in the team due to injuries, he did very well. Never had a bad game regardless of what division he was playing in.
  9. Yes I’d agree with that. Still a fantastic player for the Swans.
  10. Nice to look back at past achievements. Not that you can do that
  11. That’s funny because I’ve seen us beat Man City and not long ago. Oh and I’ve see Swansea beat Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and win a major trophy. Almost forgot seen us play and beat Valencia in Europe......or was just being daft.
  12. It’s called banter. If we play Man City, I’ll be say we’re going to easily beat them. It’s also called having a sense of humour
  13. Envy at what ? Some idiots thinking they’re hard if people want to fight they should go and join the army and do some proper fighting.
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