A sensational account of Swansea City's 2010/11 season covering 12 months in the life of a Welsh football club that in 2002 was just 40 minutes away from extinction and expulsion from the football league. In June 2010, under new management, the club pushed its way kicking and screaming int to the psyche of the Welsh football public challenging at every level the presumed domination of Cardiff City. In November they put out the Cardiff fire with a resounding victory in the captial city followed by performance after performance on the pitch in front of thousands of adoring fans. This is the story of that season told by the very people who saw all those dramatic events unfold. It is an account of a club which refused to die, which would never give in, and which went in eight years from the very depths of despair to the edge of a brave new world, the greatest league in the world - the Premier League.Ita#39;s still pretty hot and this suits our football I think. The Brazilian format is still the template for the Arsenalesque style of play. See, Ia#39;m just brimming with ... The Globe public houseis alsovisited anda few realales downed a well, just because ita#39;s a football must.This all signalsajolly ... Hegoesfrom a careful thinking referee to one whois overcome with thedesire to doleoutas many cardsas he can. Take this onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Swansea City 2010/11|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2013-07-01|