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Chris (ScumV) wrote:
we can ALL associate with our National team, and feel some national pride in our country. This doesn't travel down to regions. I feel more association with my village than my region. If the region went I would be saddened, if my village club went I would be gutted. I never miss a club game!


Whos your local club Chris?

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They were top ten after the Stade game in my book. Have dropped a little after the debacle in France last week? Swans aren't even top 40 in the UK?

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BTW, it costs only £5 for me to walk to St. Helens to watch the Whites (standing) and £13 + travel (cheap seats) to watch the Ospreys...


Thats most definately cheaper than swansea FC.

And yes I know you can watch Bayern for a bout a 5er and Real Madrid, Barcelona, AC Milan is only about 9.90 or summat.

23 quid to watch Plymouth vs Leicester the other night (which got called off at half time twats)


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Ospreys no longer in my top ten, at least until Mr. Church and Ryan come back.

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Swansea city ticket prices I paid 18 nuggets to watch the forrest game about 3rows from the pitch

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Good away win today-back in first place! :) :)

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Good away win today-back in first place! :) :)
oh yes top of the 3rd division

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Swansea will be up on the Wirral soon, the 26th November at Tranmere...the stick i will get if they lose...!!!


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Cornish Connection wrote:
BTW, it costs only £5 for me to walk to St. Helens to watch the Whites (standing) and £13 + travel (cheap seats) to watch the Ospreys...


Thats most definately cheaper than swansea FC.

And yes I know you can watch Bayern for a bout a 5er and Real Madrid, Barcelona, AC Milan is only about 9.90 or summat.

23 quid to watch Plymouth vs Leicester the other night (which got called off at half time *twinkles*)


That is a lot of money Jon.

I used to watch Argyle play occasionally as a nipper.

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Maybe it's Third Division but it's nice to see a Welsh team have some success?

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Lets hope they keep Trundle - talk is Everton will be in for him over Xmas.

Better get to him before the turkey does!!

No, to be fair to him, he's a lean, mean, fighting machine this year.

I was down there for the Forest match too Baghdad - nice to be mixing it with a biggish team, hopefully we'll be up with a few more of the sleeping giants next year..like Cardiff!!

Reckon if we lose Trundle, there will be a serious dip in form, and its a question of how we cope with that.


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Trundle is aptly named, IMO. He has never played above the third division and is already getting rather long in the tooth.

I honestly cannot see any team from the first division wanting him.

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Scarlet Exile wrote:
Maybe it's Third Division but it's nice to see a Welsh team have some success?


While Cardiff City languish in the play-off spots a whole league above the Swans.

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As I am from West Wales, I have much more affinity for the Swans. Big difference being in first place and sixth place? I would like to see both do well.

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