The Official Swansea City AFC Podcast
By Swansea City AFC
The interviews will be interspersed with light-hearted quizzes and questions on the history of our great club.
The aim is to give supporters an insight into what it means to represent and follow Swansea City, and to share their stories and experiences with Jacks all around the world.
The Official Swansea City AFC PodcastMar 09, 2023
The third episode of the official Swansea City podcast is now available for supporters to listen to and download.
The latest episode features an in-depth interview with former Swans winger Nathan Dyer.
Nathan reflects on a long and successful career in the game, and offers a number of fascinating insights into life as a professional footballer.
Hosted by Swans fan and experienced broadcaster Sioned Dafydd, and club ambassador Lee Trundle, the first episode features an in-depth interview with head coach Russell Martin.
The latest episode features an in-depth interview with former Swans midfielder – and current first-team coach – Kris O’Leary.
Kris reflects on a lifetime in football, ranging from his first days catching the bus to the Vetch when signing schoolboy forms, to the highs and lows of relegations and promotions during a turbulent time in the club’s history, and his journey since hanging up his boots.
The Port-Talbot product gives an honest insight into the demands of the professional game, and also reveals why the favourite game of his career is not one of the 334 he played in Swansea colours.
Join host Sioned Dafydd and club ambassador Lee Trundle for the first episode of The Official Swansea City AFC Podcast with special guest Russell Martin.
In an in-depth interview, the Swans head coach shares a number of unheard stories from his career as a player and a coach.
From playing under Tony Adams, to having a (relatively) famous brother, being on the end of tongue-lashings from Paul Lambert and revealing how a letter from Swansea City as a young player stuck in his mind; it’s all here.
Russell talks us through his career to date, the lessons he has learned across a lifetime in football, and why – no matter what – his family will always come first.