Tag Archives: Swansea City AFC

Swans Top Arsenal, Man City

Friend and frequent football commentator David sent me this link. Swans fans take note: It is probably with some surprise that viewing figures in the USA showed the Swans as the 4th most watched Premier League team out there ahead … Continue reading

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Newest Swans Acquisition

I see my favorite European football team has picked up a great player from Ghana. My Ghanaian staff colleague told me he comes from a big footballing family. Don’t recall his exploits specifically in the World Cup the past two … Continue reading

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British Football

This is probably my last football post for a few months. Somebody sent me a facebook notice about Manchester United playing in Chicago in July. I wonder how the build-up for the big match is going in England’s royal family. … Continue reading

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Football, Plumbing, and Blogging

Swansea, and 17 other Premier League teams finished up their seasons yesterday. The ten-match simulcast on American networks took place in the morning. And being a Sunday churchgoer, I missed the live action. After I got home from a wedding consultation … Continue reading

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Can Swans Swim the English Channel?

I took a day off to clean up around the house and pack. Took a break to watch Swansea City poach three points off Arsenal. It wasn’t the most exciting ninety minutes of sport, but it was an effective display … Continue reading

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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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