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Postby BadaBing » Mon May 12, 2014 7:47 am

4th season in a row and next season it will be the 5th guaranteed, the last nine derbies since 2008 have ended 4 wins for us 3 for you and 2 draws.
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Postby RFMH » Mon May 12, 2014 7:53 am

Still think it's Colwyn bay myself.
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Postby Zabier » Mon May 12, 2014 8:18 am

Technically, it's TNS as the reigning champions of the Welsh Premier League! :ayatollah:
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Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 8:24 am

I'm actually starting to feel pity for cardiff fans now to be honest.
They came with dreams of doing the double, they left completely outclassed and embarrassed.

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Postby swansealad69 » Mon May 12, 2014 8:31 am

Lol what iv noticed is that they cant argue the fact so its a case of technically its welsh league yeams.
But they are not going to say its us tho are they :laughing6:
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Postby pembroke allan » Mon May 12, 2014 8:41 am

fantastically brilliant for you! funny thing is no city fan gives a flying fck. :thumbup:
and you cant argue with that! :lol:
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Postby Barry Chuckle » Mon May 12, 2014 8:44 am

BadaBing wrote:4th season in a row and next season it will be the 5th guaranteed, the last nine derbies since 2008 have ended 4 wins for us 3 for you and 2 draws.
Swansea city Wales' No1 club you can't argue with the facts :D


Currently, yes.

Overall, nope. :thumbright:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Blueboys1927 » Mon May 12, 2014 8:45 am

Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:
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Postby HardInYourBed » Mon May 12, 2014 8:48 am

Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


None of that matters mate, look at Leeds. Great championship side.

The difference between the Gypo's and us is, they didnt have to explain to their sons why the football team is shit, and we did :(
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Postby Roath_Magic_ » Mon May 12, 2014 8:53 am

Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


Crowds?

Are you suggesting Newcastle are bigger and better than Liverpool then? :shock:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 8:56 am

Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


It's not difficult when you ground has a much larger capacity. We sell out every week. There is no more we can do.
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby AJ1927 » Mon May 12, 2014 9:01 am

Congrats.
You deserve your success and handle as the best team in Wales.
Just need to win the F.A Cup a Charity Shield and Become the first team to win a welsh derby in the premier league and your done. :bluescarf:
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Postby Roath_Magic_ » Mon May 12, 2014 9:03 am

AJ1927 wrote:Congrats.
You deserve your success and handle as the best team in Wales.
Just need to win the F.A Cup a Charity Shield and Become the first team to win a welsh derby in the premier league and your done. :bluescarf:


And you need to win the second derby in the premier league, the league cup and get to the last 32 of europe :D
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 9:03 am

AJ1927 wrote:Congrats.
You deserve your success and handle as the best team in Wales.
Just need to win the F.A Cup a Charity Shield and Become the first team to win a welsh derby in the premier league and your done. :bluescarf:


:lol:
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Postby Barry Chuckle » Mon May 12, 2014 9:08 am

Roath_Magic_ wrote:get to the last 32 of europe :D


Got the the quarter finals in the 70s?
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 9:10 am

Barry Chuckle wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:get to the last 32 of europe :D


Got the the quarter finals in the 70s?


Don't forget the FA Cup you won before everyone on this forum was even born. :lol:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Barry Chuckle » Mon May 12, 2014 9:13 am

Penguin wrote:Don't forget the FA Cup you won before everyone on this forum was even born. :lol:


I didn't even mention that. Someone said we needed to get to the last 32 in Europe & I just pointed out that we got to the last 8 in the 70s.. That's all. :thumbup:

Regarding the cup, of course that counts overall. :? Counts for very little today.

As for you lot. Of course you're the number one team currently.. Only a fool would argue otherwise (though there are a few of those on here :laughing6:)
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Postby pembroke allan » Mon May 12, 2014 9:19 am

Penguin wrote:
Barry Chuckle wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:get to the last 32 of europe :D


Got the the quarter finals in the 70s?


Don't forget the FA Cup you won before everyone on this forum was even born. :lol:


funny how history doesnt start until you got to premier! :lol:
and it was 68 lost semi final to hambourg :thumbright:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Barry Chuckle » Mon May 12, 2014 9:20 am

pembroke allan wrote:funny how history doesnt start until you got to premier! :lol:
and it was 68 lost semi final to hambourg :thumbright:


I don't know about that Al, well before my time... But I was referring to the well documented Real Madrid tie in the70s in the 1/4 finals of the cup winners cup...

So we definitely have reached that level in Europe.
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Postby Roath_Magic_ » Mon May 12, 2014 9:22 am

The fact i dont even know that says it all.

I think when clubs have to talk about games 50 years ago says it all to be honest.
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 9:23 am

pembroke allan wrote:
Penguin wrote:
Barry Chuckle wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:get to the last 32 of europe :D


Got the the quarter finals in the 70s?


Don't forget the FA Cup you won before everyone on this forum was even born. :lol:


funny how history doesnt start until you got to premier! :lol:
and it was 68 lost semi final to hambourg :thumbright:


You can be proud of your history, but winning a trophy in the 1920's is hardly relevant to modern day football.
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Bluebina » Mon May 12, 2014 9:23 am

BadaBing wrote:4th season in a row and next season it will be the 5th guaranteed, the last nine derbies since 2008 have ended 4 wins for us 3 for you and 2 draws.
Swansea city Wales' No1 club you can't argue with the facts :D



We are the bigger club with bigger attendances fact.... :thumbup:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby AJ1927 » Mon May 12, 2014 9:23 am

Roath_Magic_ wrote:and get to the last 32 of europe :D



:oops: :oops: :oops:

Cardiff progressed further in Europe than any other Welsh team when in the 1967/68 season following a three-legged last eight win over Torpedo Moscow, Scholar's side set up a semi-final clash with Hamburg.
West German greats Uwe Seeler and Willi Schulze were in the Hamburg side that Cardiff held 1-1 in the first-leg in front of 70,000 fans at the Volksparkstadion as Norman Dean's goal gave Cardiff hope.
But the brave Bluebirds suffered a cruel defeat in the return leg.


Then this happened.

Brian Clark secured immortal status at Ninian Park when his unforgettable winner beat the great Real Madrid side in Cardiff's finest hour in front of their own fans.
The striker's 31st minute header from teenager Nigel Rees's pin-point cross against the six-times European champions and most famous in the world sent an estimated 50,000 fans into raptures.
Cardiff could have scored more and the South Wales Echo proclaimed: "Whatever happens in Madrid, nobody can take anything away from the players for their wonderful show." Just as well as the Bluebirds lost 2-0 in the return at the Bernabéu.


Then this happened.

SWANSEA City reached the knockout stages of the Europa League despite a disappointing 1-0 defeat at St Gallen.



:laughing5: :laughing5: :laughing5:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Roath_Magic_ » Mon May 12, 2014 9:25 am

AJ1927 wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:and get to the last 32 of europe :D



:oops: :oops: :oops:

Cardiff progressed further in Europe than any other Welsh team when in the 1967/68 season following a three-legged last eight win over Torpedo Moscow, Scholar's side set up a semi-final clash with Hamburg.
West German greats Uwe Seeler and Willi Schulze were in the Hamburg side that Cardiff held 1-1 in the first-leg in front of 70,000 fans at the Volksparkstadion as Norman Dean's goal gave Cardiff hope.
But the brave Bluebirds suffered a cruel defeat in the return leg.


Then this happened.

Brian Clark secured immortal status at Ninian Park when his unforgettable winner beat the great Real Madrid side in Cardiff's finest hour in front of their own fans.
The striker's 31st minute header from teenager Nigel Rees's pin-point cross against the six-times European champions and most famous in the world sent an estimated 50,000 fans into raptures.
Cardiff could have scored more and the South Wales Echo proclaimed: "Whatever happens in Madrid, nobody can take anything away from the players for their wonderful show." Just as well as the Bluebirds lost 2-0 in the return at the Bernabéu.


Then this happened.

SWANSEA City reached the knockout stages of the Europa League despite a disappointing 1-0 defeat at St Gallen.



:laughing5: :laughing5: :laughing5:


Half a century ago? And via the welsh cup :D

Football has moved on. Getting to that stage then and getting to that stage now is vastly different, especially via the english system.
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Bluebina » Mon May 12, 2014 9:25 am

Penguin wrote:
Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


It's not difficult when you ground has a much larger capacity. We sell out every week. There is no more we can do.



Of course because you are a smaller club :lol:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 9:27 am

Bluebina wrote:
Penguin wrote:
Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


It's not difficult when you ground has a much larger capacity. We sell out every week. There is no more we can do.



Of course because you are a smaller club :lol:


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Postby Roath_Magic_ » Mon May 12, 2014 9:27 am

Bluebina wrote:
Penguin wrote:
Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


It's not difficult when you ground has a much larger capacity. We sell out every week. There is no more we can do.



Of course because you are a smaller club :lol:


You are saying Newcastle are bigger than liverpool? :shock:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Cardiff Daft! » Mon May 12, 2014 9:34 am

Roath_Magic_ wrote:
Bluebina wrote:
Penguin wrote:
Blueboys1927 wrote:Lets see which teams gets the bigger crowds AGAIN next season, and the most season ticket holders AGAIN next season :bluescarf: :old: :bluescarf:


It's not difficult when you ground has a much larger capacity. We sell out every week. There is no more we can do.



Of course because you are a smaller club :lol:


You are saying Newcastle are bigger than liverpool? :shock:


no, he's saying swansea are a smaller club. You thick or summin :lol:
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby AJ1927 » Mon May 12, 2014 9:36 am

Roath_Magic_ wrote:
AJ1927 wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:and get to the last 32 of europe :D



:oops: :oops: :oops:

Cardiff progressed further in Europe than any other Welsh team when in the 1967/68 season following a three-legged last eight win over Torpedo Moscow, Scholar's side set up a semi-final clash with Hamburg.
West German greats Uwe Seeler and Willi Schulze were in the Hamburg side that Cardiff held 1-1 in the first-leg in front of 70,000 fans at the Volksparkstadion as Norman Dean's goal gave Cardiff hope.
But the brave Bluebirds suffered a cruel defeat in the return leg.


Then this happened.

Brian Clark secured immortal status at Ninian Park when his unforgettable winner beat the great Real Madrid side in Cardiff's finest hour in front of their own fans.
The striker's 31st minute header from teenager Nigel Rees's pin-point cross against the six-times European champions and most famous in the world sent an estimated 50,000 fans into raptures.
Cardiff could have scored more and the South Wales Echo proclaimed: "Whatever happens in Madrid, nobody can take anything away from the players for their wonderful show." Just as well as the Bluebirds lost 2-0 in the return at the Bernabéu.


Then this happened.

SWANSEA City reached the knockout stages of the Europa League despite a disappointing 1-0 defeat at St Gallen.



:laughing5: :laughing5: :laughing5:


Half a century ago? And via the welsh cup :D

Football has moved on. Getting to that stage then and getting to that stage now is vastly different, especially via the english system.




Worth remembering that in 50 years.
Didn't realise success was time barred.

You played a lower league team in the cup final.
We played Liverpool.

Fairly sure had Cardiff played Bradford and you had played Liverpool this conversation wouldn't even take place.
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Re: Wales No1 Club......

Postby Penguin » Mon May 12, 2014 9:37 am

AJ1927 wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:
AJ1927 wrote:
Roath_Magic_ wrote:and get to the last 32 of europe :D



:oops: :oops: :oops:

Cardiff progressed further in Europe than any other Welsh team when in the 1967/68 season following a three-legged last eight win over Torpedo Moscow, Scholar's side set up a semi-final clash with Hamburg.
West German greats Uwe Seeler and Willi Schulze were in the Hamburg side that Cardiff held 1-1 in the first-leg in front of 70,000 fans at the Volksparkstadion as Norman Dean's goal gave Cardiff hope.
But the brave Bluebirds suffered a cruel defeat in the return leg.


Then this happened.

Brian Clark secured immortal status at Ninian Park when his unforgettable winner beat the great Real Madrid side in Cardiff's finest hour in front of their own fans.
The striker's 31st minute header from teenager Nigel Rees's pin-point cross against the six-times European champions and most famous in the world sent an estimated 50,000 fans into raptures.
Cardiff could have scored more and the South Wales Echo proclaimed: "Whatever happens in Madrid, nobody can take anything away from the players for their wonderful show." Just as well as the Bluebirds lost 2-0 in the return at the Bernabéu.


Then this happened.

SWANSEA City reached the knockout stages of the Europa League despite a disappointing 1-0 defeat at St Gallen.



:laughing5: :laughing5: :laughing5:


Half a century ago? And via the welsh cup :D

Football has moved on. Getting to that stage then and getting to that stage now is vastly different, especially via the english system.




Worth remembering that in 50 years.
Didn't realise success was time barred.

You played a lower league team in the cup final.
We played Liverpool.


Fairly sure had Cardiff played Bradford and you had played Liverpool this conversation wouldn't even take place.


As you know, Liverpool were the holders of the cup and we knocked them out at Anfield. Then we played the European champions over two legs and beat them, before playing the lower league team in the final.

It's really not that difficult to understand. Or are you a bit thick?

We didn't just waltz straight to the final and play Bradford. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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