Alan Curtis has always been a friend of A Touch Far Vetched and now both parties are calling upon some friends in order to pay tribute to fallen Jack Lenny Johnrose and raise lots of money for the Swans’ Former Players Association and the Motor Neurone Disease Association. Curt has
It’s been a long time coming, months in the making, but today the Swans fanzine A Touch Far Vetched Online goes live and it’s available for you to read right NOW…for FREE! After months of blood sweat and tears, writes and re-writes, false dawns and breakthroughs…we finally get to “press the button”
Swansea City have announced the appointment of Leon Britton as the club’s first Sporting Director. The elevation of the diminutive club Legend is a shrewd and welcome move…even though it has scuppered a key component of the new ATFV fanzine! The new electronic version of A Touch Far Vetched is on course to
Later today Oli McBurnie will sign for Sheffield United in a deal that will bring some financial security for the Swans in the greater scheme of things but throws Steve Cooper’s preparation for the start of his maiden Championship season into disarray. The Blades have doggedly pursued McBurnie’s signature all
Steve Cooper has been unveiled as the man to manage the boys representing Swansea City next season and whilst he might not be the exciting appointment some fans were hoping for, he is perhaps the best suited for a club that will once again be relying on raw young talent.
It’s testament to how badly Swansea City has been run over the last few years that a couple of thorough statements followed up with some positive action by Chairman Trevor Birch has fans buzzing. But the BIG question over Birch still remains…has he been given equity as part of his remuneration and
Cynical ploy by the club it may be, but it matters not – Angel Rangel and Leon Britton simply must be afforded the very upmost respect as they bring the curtain down on their long and distinguished Swansea City careers. I won’t be at the game itself today (last of