Enjoyed watching West End vs. Llanelli at Pryderi Park tonight. As a Swansea City fan, I'd forgotten what it's like to watch a live football match and not feel like I'm about to explode.
Not everyone is interested in Swansea City's Greatest Games.
My halftime entertainment throughout Euro 2016, wholeheartedly recommend to all Welsh football fans. Bring on Volume 2!
Sport and culture unite us, define us. This last month has been incredible. Diolch yn fawr #TogetherStronger
I'll be reading some football-related poems (and some non-football-related poems) at a Euro 2016 warm-up event next Thursday (7th June) in Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff.
Presented by Parthian Books and organised by Nick Fisk – author of The Blues are Back in Town – the event will feature poetry and general football discussion from myself, Nick and Tim Brenan, and a quiz from David Collins, whose Welsh Football Quiz Book has just been published by Y Lolfa.
The event starts at 7pm, and entry is priced at £3. You can find out more by going to the Facebook event page:
Just finished this excellent book on Pep Guardiola's Barça team by Graham Hunter. By far the best football book I've read. Was proud to see the Swans get a fleeting mention in the epilogue too.
The glass was given to me by our Spanish neighbour when I was quite young. Apparently Father Christmas is a culé.
Today's charity shop find: Swansea City AFC's Official Annual 1980, complete with a seemingly genuine article on how to marry a Swans player.