As Bony leaves the Swans for Manchester City, the JackCast looks back over the best moments of Wilf’s 18 months at the Liberty, as well as looking ahead to the Bafetimbi Gomis era. Also, expect a match review of the West Ham game and a preview of the upcoming game against Chelsea, alongside Chelsea fan Declan.
After a week off, the lads return to rejoice in Swansea’s 2-1 win over Arsenal and even celebrate a 0-0 draw for Wales out in Belgium. This week’s Twitter question sees the podcast discuss who have been Swansea’s top 3 performers so far this and then The JackCast talks to Man City fan Henry Francis about this weekend’s Man City v Swans game at the Etihad. Plus, has Alan Tate moved to Tanzania?
The lads look back at Diego Costa’s goalcoring masterclass v the Swans on Saturday and Swansea’s valiant effort against Chelsea in their top of the table clash at Stamford Bridge. This week’s Twitter question also goes onto look at “what is the best opposition player performance against Swansea?” Finally, the Cast look forward to Swansea’s upcoming home game v Southampton.
Wayne Routledge has broken the Matrix! What a flipping goal! The lads revel in Routs’ goal and Swans’ brilliant 3-0 win against WBA. Following Wayne’s wonder volley, the Cast discuss what is the greatest acrobatic goal ever, as well as talking about the end of the transfer window for Swansea with a new game: “Swan or Ugly Duckling”. Plus, what noise does a swan actually make?
Swansea win again to make it 2 league games, 2 wins and that’s not to mention the Swans’ League Cup triumph over Rotherham either. The lads also deal with the important issues of how do you pronounce ‘Gomis’ and who would win in a fight: Brendan Rodgers or Paulo Sousa?
After Super Garry Monk gives some fella called Louis a tactical masterclass at Old Trafford, the lads look back on the Swans’ glorious victory at Old Trafford. There is plenty more to talk about in the world of Swansea City too with the recent fans forum, the first screening of the film Jack to a King, a new centre back and upcoming games against Burnley and Rotherham. Also, did we mention that Swansea won at Old Trafford?
In the first mini ‘JackCastAway’ of the season, Matt heads to Plymouth’s Home Park for Swansea’s first preseason game on these shores. The Swans convincingly beat the League Two club with a 4-0 victory, which saw the return of Gylfi Sigurdsson, who grabbed himself two goals. Get the live fan reaction here.