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  • All 20 Premier League clubs in new 256 Team Euro Competition
    Florentino Perez is still intent on a breakaway super-league. The organisations website is still online, boasting the club logos; Manchester United, Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Tottenham (well not boasting Spurs!). If not for the reaction of the supporters of English clubs, then this could have … Read more
  • The War on our Free Speech. Are you in the box?
    As the West continue to engage in wars to protect democracy and free speech, it is becoming more and more apparent that our free speech is dwindling. ‘Cancel culture’ is destroying our ability to have an opinion, while extreme censorship on Facebook is fuelling and not preventing conspiracy theories.   History has taught us not to … Read more
  • 5 BEST Jack Swan moments – Jack Swan Magazine
    1) Roger Freestones House Everyone has their Swans hero, but Roger Freestone is a hero to so many of us. It seems a different lifetime ago that we would make goalkeeper hands on the North Bank and rock them side to side whilst singing the Welsh internationals name. Anyway, a few months after starting the … Read more
  • Angel Rangel Interview – Swansea Catalan Football Legend
    Swansea legend Angel Rangel invited me to his house to talk about his career at Swansea City Football Club. Tatey tells me that you were a bit soft in the first couple of training sessions when you first joined the club. What was it like? I probably was. It is hard to remember. I remember … Read more
  • Neil Taylor Interview – Wales and Swansea Football
    Before we begin, just want to give you a little backdrop. I’d arranged to speak with Neil Taylor on Tuesday 8th November. The day before this, he announced his retirement and I thought ‘he’s going to have BBC, Wales Online, Sky Sports, everyone after him for an interview. I assumed that we’d need to wait … Read more