On this week’s podcast Scott, Steve and Lucy discuss the recent win against Aston Villa, as well as highlighting certain players we feel deserve special praise of late. We also talk about Neil Taylor’s contract discussions, as well as discussing this week’s Twitter question – who our favourite Swansea players who’ve played international football whilst in SA1 are.
Scott & Steve discuss the latest match – a 1-0 home defeat to Liverpool, look forward to the Aston Villa game as well as discussing the club’s plans for expansion, in response to an email sent out by the club this week trying to gauge fan’s desire to see more tickets made available.
In this episode host Scott is joined by some special guests. Matt Ladson – editor of ThisIsAnfield.com, Jon Trew of Inspire Football Coaching and Jed Davies – Brendan Rodgers disciple and author of “Coaching the tika taka style of play”.
We discuss recent results, performances, and how we think the match is likely to go, plus we look at this week’s Twitter question, which was whether we should go back to 4-2-3-1 or stick as we are – for one more game at least.
On this episode of The JackCast Scott & Steve discuss our recent 3-2 loss against Spurs, talking about whether we should have changed our tactics sooner, who our man of the match was and more.
We also take a light-hearted look at the Swans’ current holiday habits, as well as talking about our ever-expanding fanbase, which was evidenced last night with the fantastic response to the #SwansAbroad hashtag.
On this episode Scott & Guto look ahead to Wednesday’s game against Spurs, and are joined by Tottenham fan Kevin De Vries of the EPL Roundtable. Topics include prospective tactics, Tom Carroll’s future and whether the Swans being within touching distance of Spurs at this point in the season is more of a compliment to Monk’s side than it is worrying for Pochettino’s.
On this weekend’s podcast Scott, Steve & new panellist Guto Llewelyn discuss the 1-0 win at Burnley, whether we’re likely to retain this formation going forward, who our “man of the match” was, plus we also briefly touch on the future of Swansea’s on-loan forward Michu, whose potential return to the club is now edging ever closer.