Graham Potter and the World of Lost Chances

October 11, 2018

Join Guto and Steve as they discuss our oxymoron of a game vs Ipswich. Despite dominating possession and chances, we went on to lose 3-2. They also talk about Wales’ upcoming international fixtures, and they ask the question: What game do you remember us absolutely battering the opposition and losing?

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Graham Potter and the demolision of the Queens Park.

October 4, 2018

Join Matt, Guto and Steve as they discuss our 3-0 drubbing of QPR and our 0-0 draw vs Wigan Athletic. They talk at length about the genius of Graham Potter and his ever changing tactics, and how difficult it must be as an opposition manager to not only predict, but be able to set up against his masterclass tactics (slightly overboard, but we can enjoy it!). We also ask the question: How many of this team would get into the play off winning side?

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Graham Potter and the Death Eating Officials

September 24, 2018

Join Matt, Steve and Guto as they discuss our unjust loss to Stoke, and an away draw against high flyers Middlesbrough. The big topic of discussion tonight is the downright awful decisions Swansea have had to suffer throughout the years. From one bad decision to the next. And we ask you the question: What’s the worst call you’ve seen an official make regarding our club?

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Graham Potter and the Silence of the Den

September 4, 2018

Join Steve and Guto as they bask in the glory of a 10 man victory vs. Millwall at the Den. They discuss the recent interview with Swansea owners Kaplan and Levien, and they look at Wales fixtures this week vs. Ireland and Denmark. We also ask the question: What's your favourite ever late Swans goal?

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Graham Potter and the Summary in 30 Seconds

August 30, 2018

Join Matt, Guto and Steve as they discuss the most recent game vs. Bristol City. A private conversation with the vice chairman of the club made public is also analysed. We take a look at what players are needed during the loan window and preview our upcoming game vs Milwall. We also ask the question: What's the most intimidating game you've witnessed?

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Graham Potter and the Battle of Brum and Bielsa

August 23, 2018

Join Matt, Steve and Guto as they discuss our most recent games against Birmingham and high flyers Leeds United. They talk about the incredible job Potter is currently doing, and how the American owners need to desperately back him and this very thin squad. We also ask the question: How would you protest against the current regime?

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Graham Potter and the End of Preston North

August 15, 2018

With Guto out, we are one man down. So join Steve and Matt as they discuss our first home win and Potters first liberty game of the season vs Preston North End. The boys discuss the heart of the young players and what it means having the fight and passion back in the team, evidently shown in that gritty 2nd half performance which helped the players hold on to that 1-0 lead. We talked about our  absolutely abysmal transfer window activity, and we ask the question: Do you think it's acceptable to protest against this regime during the game?

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Graham Potter and the Blunting of the Blades

August 6, 2018

Join Matt, Guto and Steve as they discuss our incredible win over Sheffield United, coming back from a goal down to win the game 2-1, with Potter’s work evident on and off the field. The boys discuss transfers, our next game vs. Preston, and they ask the question: Would you start Montero next game? Enjoy!

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Graham Potter and the Quest for Success

August 3, 2018

Join Matt, Guto and Steve as they discuss the comings in and goings out during this summer transfer window. They contemplate what players are needed to make us competitive, and they ask the question: What was YOUR favourite season opening game?

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The Best and Worst XI of Swansea City

June 23, 2018

Join Matt, Guto and Steve as they discuss our best and worst starting 11. They also answer a number of questions posed to them by the Jack Army.

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