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Discussion in 'Swansea City' started by Taffvalerowdy, Oct 25, 2020.
By the time we play on Saturday, Reading could be 10 points in front of us
That 1st half was very good. probably played the best football we have played so far this season. Good passing and running off the ball. Plus we pressed when not in possession. A well deserved 3 points
We could do with Brizzol vs The cherries doin is a favour 0-0 tomorra
Bloody enjoyed that, ...... the first half simply flew. A few nail biting moments 2nd half, until Lowe scored that really gutsy goal. That Lowe showed that he was not to be messed with. , well done, we have needed a man like him...... Anyway I will not criticise at all tonight, as I was really pleased with the way they played.
Real JACK B......S tonight.
It was Palmer who scored Victor
Best team won tonight and we should have won Saturday....good team performanceespecially in the first half where Dhanda was very good ..second half allowed the potters to control proceedings until Palmer came on for Dhanda...he rolled up his sleeves and deserved his first goal for us.
Second in the table now seven points behind Reading...early days obviously but bring on Blackburn...
That was a massive result tonight.
That's what it does for you , when you have been locked down for nine months like me.
I talk to myself, give v signs to everybody I don't like on T,V. Call myself a bloody idiot when I do anything wrong.
So you will have to excuse me when I call Palmer Lowe, still a bloody gutsy goal.
Anyway thanks Taffvalsilence ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
All good Victor I don't think anyone noticed or cared
Boundy , Yes. I think you have called it right. ...... nobody does care any more. Never mind.
Well played Swans
Very happy with that win
What I meant Victor was nobody cared you made a mistake ,
Great result, lovely three points. Did their keeper get a second yellow? Surely should have.
This was better, now you can see why he's so keen to wear a balaclava
Shortly after James McClean triggered a mini fracas after being booked for fouling Connor Roberts, Palmer took retribution for his team mate.
He brought down the Republic of Ireland international to earn a yellow card himself, although it was his willingness to stand up for Roberts and eagerness to bring McClean down a peg or two that will have delighted the Jack Army.
Had fans been present, the noise levels would no doubt have gone through the roof at the sight of Palmer's actions.
And even the Swansea bench enjoyed it too, with one member of their socially distanced collection of substitutes heard yelling "well in, Kasey" after he took one for the team, so to speak."
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Yes @Victor that’s how I read it too. Keep on posting you miserable bugger x
Was the keeper trying to head the ball or punch KP
Well he missed the face and ball , I'm guessing he's going to be hell of a keeper