After the podcast’s Christmas break, the JackCast returns to look back at the festive period and to say farewell to Wilfried Bony. Also, TJC are joined by special guest Keith Hackett – former Head of the Premier League referees – to talk about some of the refereeing controversies, which have frustrated Swansea fans so much this season.
Ho Ho Ho! Merry JackCastmas! Expect to hear some of the worst Swansea/Christmas puns ever on this week’s podcast, plus the usual match reviews and previews looking back on our 1-0 win over Hull and upcoming games v Villa and Liverpool. For all that have supported over the past year, have an awesome Christmas and a Happy New Year!
You want some, we’ll give it ya! Coverage of Swansea City in a podcast form that is. More woes at West Ham for Swansea, as the lads discuss whether that was the Swans’ worst showing of the season so far. Also expect Swans v Spurs talk featuring Jack from the Spurs Rule the Roost podcast. Plus, if you could buy one Swansea player one Christmas present this year, who would you buy for and what would you get them?
The lads have plenty to look back on with 4 points picked up in the past week for the Swans: a draw against Crystal Palace and a win over QPR. As well as looking back at the past week, the podcast debates who might make a suitable loan signing in January to cover for Big Wilf whilst he’s playing out in the African Cup of Nations. Plus, there’s the usual match preview of the weekend’s game, which sees Swansea travel to West Ham this ‘Super Sunday’.
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.
Diving takes centre stage this week after Victor Moses controversial penalty win on Sunday in Stoke’s 2-1 win over the Swans. The lads, along with the podcast’s Twitter audience, debate what is the best way to punish diving, before looking forward to Swansea’s Saturday evening kick-off against Leicester at the Liberty.