Swansea City in the age of the Premiership
By Gareth Phillips
In the summer of 1992 British football stood on the threshold of wholesale changes that were to radically alter the professional game. Meanwhile, Swansea City were a pale shadow of the club that was a nursery of outstanding talent in the 1950s, and had charged spectacularly to the top of the Football League in the early 1980s. From the early 1990s successive ownership regimes saw Swansea City decline, and eventually face oblivion. However, the fans were not prepared to let the club die, and by taking matters into their own hands have helped rejuvenate West Wales? premier football club. This is the story of Swansea City in the age of the Premiership. It includes:
The ups and downs both on and off the field; Success and heartbreak at Wembley, the Third Division Championship and excitement in the FA Cup; Changes in the boardroom and the birth of the Supporters? Trust; The Swans in the changing world of British and Welsh football;
Near disasters on and off the field and the rebirth of the club.
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