Swansea’s disciplinary issues? Well, according to Scott they are similar to stealing mints from a shop (just listen to the podcast). After Jonjo’s silly sending off at Goodison Park,this week’s Twitter question discusses the stupidest things done by Swansea City players. Also, expect the usual analysis of the previous game at Everton and the forthcoming game against Arsenal (accompanied by Arsenal fan Giles).
Merseyside is the order of the week for the Swans with the team heading to Anfield and losing in the League Cup this past Tuesday, followed by a trip across Stanley Park to Goodison Park this weekend to take on Everton. Plus, the Cast look back at Swansea’s convincing 2 – 0 win over Leicester last Saturday, as well as discussing the news of American investors and their supposed interest in the club.
So we lost to Southampton on Saturday, but who cares! We finally…FINALLY…beat Everton for the first time in our history to progress to the next round of the League Cup. As well as looking back at those two games, the lads look forward to Sunderland this weekend and are joined by Gareth from Sunderland podcast, Wise Men Say.
A monster podcast this week with a busy week in the world of Swansea City. Matt gets drunk at Goodison Park, before sobering up days later to analyse the game with the Cast. The lads are then joined by Arsenal fan Frankie Hobbs to discuss Swansea’s credible 2-2 draw at the Emirates, before they finally look forward to Swansea v Norwich with Canaries fan ‘That Guy Named Dex’.
The lads look back on the Swans disappointing defeat to West Brom, as well as looking forward to the upcoming game at Goodison Park this weekend. Plus, the Cast talk about Ronald Koeman (via fictional characters) and his recent links to the Swansea managerial post and Steve inducts the 3rd person into the TJC Hall of Fame.
Matt braves the wind at the Britannia to watch the Swans draw 1-1 in Stoke. Matt, Steve and Scott review the Everton cup game as well as look forward to the Napoli and Liverpool games. The lads also offer their views on Michael Laudrup’s strange press conference this week.