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hoping that the loan market can be utilized once again to bring in some talent to allow a chance at a good season, vastly overachieved last term IMO in getting to play off finals
going to be a massive ask this time with the superb loanees leaving and players like Ayew departing, and with no cash to spend
@HockeyBhoy @Brockie19 is Ayew signing for Celtic?
SWANSEA CITY'S 2021-22 Championship fixtures
Sat, Aug 7 - Blackburn Rovers (a)
Sat, Aug 14 - Sheffield United (h)
Tue, Aug 17 - Stoke City (h)
Sat, Aug 21 - Bristol City (a)
Sat, Aug 28 - Preston North End (a)
Sat, Sep 11 - Hull City (h)
Wed, Sep 15 - Millwall (h)
Sat, Sep 18 - Luton Town (a)
Sat, Sep 25 - Huddersfield Town (h)
Wed, Sep 29 - Fulham (a)
Sat, Oct 2 - Derby County (a)
Sat, Oct 16 - Cardiff City (h)
Wed, Oct 20 - West Bromwich Albion (h)
Sat, Oct 23 - Birmingham City (a)
Sat, Oct 30 - Peterborough United (h)
Tue, Nov 2 - Coventry City (a)
Sat, Nov 6 - Bournemouth (a)
Sat, Nov 20 - Blackpool (h)
Wed, Nov 24 - Barnsley (a)
Sat, Nov 27 - Reading (h)
Sat, Dec 4 - Middlesbrough (a)
Sat, Dec 11 - Nottingham Forest (h)
Sat, Dec 18 - Queens Park Rangers (a)
Sun, Dec 26 - Millwall (a)
Wed, Dec 29 - Luton Town (h)
Sat, Jan 1 - Fulham (h)
Sat, Jan 15 - Huddersfield Town (a)
Sat, Jan 22 - Preston North End (h)
Sat, Jan 29 - Hull City (a)
Sat, Feb 5 - Blackburn Rovers (h)
Tue, Feb 8 - Stoke City (a)
Sat, Feb 12 - Bristol City (h)
Sat, Feb 19 - Sheffield United (a)
Tue, Feb 22 - Bournemouth (h)
Sat, Feb 26 - West Bromwich Albion (a)
Sat, Mar 5 - Coventry City (h)
Sat, Mar 12 - Blackpool (a)
Wed, Mar 16 - Peterborough United (a)
Sat, Mar 19 - Birmingham City (h)
Sat, Apr 2 - Cardiff City (a)
Sat, Apr 9 - Derby County (h)
Fri, Apr 15 - Barnsley (h)
Mon, Apr 18 - Reading (a)
Sat, Apr 23 - Middlesbrough (h)
Sat, Apr 30 - Nottingham Forest (a)
Sat, May 7 - Queens Park Rangers (h)
moved some posts to transfer thread😉
not good news for connor wont be back until the end of September at the earliest👎
The good news I suppose is there were lots of rumours he was going to be sold as Swans always do sell their best players to raise cash
so he should stay hopefully for another season at least
dreadful timing but cant blame him at all he has to survive selling/losing best players every season and just bring in loans/free signings
Swans massively overachieved last season think it will be a major struggle this campaign
https://www.swanseacity.com/news/club-statement-steve-cooper-leaves-swansea-city dreadful timing but cant blame him at all he has to survive selling/losing best players every season and just bring in loans/free signings Swans massively overachieved last season think it will be a major struggle this campaign
interesting where he turns up, no jobs available
think he has seen the writing is on the wall as to where the club is going, and rumours are he was not happy with the board previously not bringing in players and living off crumbs so he might not even have a job to go to but he is well thought of so dont think it will be an issue for long
https://www.swanseacity.com/news/nathan-dyer-reflects-his-swansea-city-career-after-announcing-retirement another stalwart leaves been there for 13 years and been a very good player for the Swans
was hoping that somehow it was going to be …..oh well fingers crossed for a decent season
I would say mid table is what I expect this season and with the lack of any real investment and players leaving that would be satisfactory I suppose
was hoping that somehow it was going to be …..oh well fingers crossed for a decent season I would say mid table is what I expect this season and with the lack of any real investment and players leaving that would be satisfactory I suppose
Solid appointment, but safe and steady.
is there a financial issue looming, seems like little investment.
championship is the hardest league in Europe to escape from, lots of historically big clubs, needs an owner to gamble
until we gambled on Bielsa, we were looking at 20 years or more in the lower leagues
it turns out that several people were approached for the job and turned it down, including John Eustace QPR's ass man
Swans get a win in the cup 3-0 away to Reading[by the sound of it Reading U21s] good to get a win and score a few……several hard games coming up and I would be surprised after the end of the month Swans were not in the bottom half , games this month-
Sheffield United (h)
- Stoke City (h)
- Bristol City (a)
- Preston North End (a)
feedback on win at Reading was Swans played really good stuff and fans happy with the style of play👍…. but it was v a youth team, I caught 5 mins highlights so cant tell on that
talk still that Matt Grimes could leave there is interest in him would be another blow if he went
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