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Discussion in 'Swansea City' started by Taffvalerowdy, Jan 9, 2019.
Looks more like Hitler to me.
Or even Bruno Ganz.
On this day 64 years ago one of Swansea’s most loved and best ever players was born:
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Is it Des Lynam again?
Sorry, had a long and tedious day working on a tender document. I'll stop being flippant...
Are you an estimator in construction by any chance ?
No, not construction.
On this day in 1948, Dai was born.
On this day in 1978:
I was there !
Dammit... Brentford and Watford also won
Club record for a league win ?
I think so
But our neighbours lost at Stoke
But won the cup in 1927
Did they ..... never knew that .... they kept that quiet ....
Happy 27th birthday Jay
You may have missed that particular announcement, it was in all the up market stone tablets
April 2nd 2021
Birmingham 0 Swansea 9
Your house must have several rooms piled high with old newspapers...
My late father’s house was - he kept ‘everything’!
Birth and marriage certificates starting from the middle of the 19th Century, newspaper cuttings from the 1940s - even a small cutting from the Evening Post of the team selected for a Swans Reserves match: he was in it at 16 years of age. (He also kept the letter from Billy McCandless the Swans Manager informing him of his first selection for the Swans Reserves)