Category Archives: Sports

Swans Swim in Sea of Green

On the Premier League site, a Twitter analysis of how twenty football teams are followed around the world. Not being active on Twitter, I did not register anything for Swansea City in the upper Midwest. I noted that slim piece … Continue reading

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Swans Soar Late

I caught a full Swansea Saturday match in real time for the few times–often I’ll have church duties on a Saturday. I thought losing to Aston Villa was a real prospect, given the way that team has played under new … Continue reading

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Minnesota Heading to MLS?

Minnesota United has had me on their e-mail list since I visited there last summer to see Swansea City in person. They are excited about getting MLS team #24. Or 25. Or something. As you may be aware, MLS executives have … Continue reading

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On Sports

Home catching the second half of Swansea/Liverpool in the drenching rain of South Wales. The home team seems to be playing quite well. No Steven Gerrard for the visitors as of yet–on the bench, but wasn’t he supposed to be … Continue reading

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Spurs Block Swans Ascent

After today’s 3-2 setback to Tottenham, I don’t see Swansea flying into the top third of the Premier League this season. After scratching out a win versus Burnley on Saturday, I wasn’t sure what to make of their performance today. … Continue reading

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Swans Double On Man U

After this morning’s parish liturgy workshop, I caught most of the Swansea-Manchester United tilt. Yeah, Swans. 2-1. I couldn’t gloat too much at home; the young miss prefers the big-time side. You know how sensitive teen girls can get about … Continue reading

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Swans Sink

The Premier League had one of its occasional sets of midweek matches yesterday and the day before. Swansea did not fare well in yesterday’s game. My campus ministry meeting hit squarely in the middle of the match, so I had to … Continue reading

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