Swansea’s adopted Welshman Angel Rangel speaks to Jack Magazine about his past, present and future as he prepares to make his 300th appearance for the Swans against Leicester City this afternoon. When Angel Rangel joined Swansea City in 2007, he couldn’t have possibly imagined how different life might be seven years on. As the Spanish […]Read more "Angel Rangel: 300 not out"
Swansea’s flying winger Wayne Routledge explains to Jack Magazine why there’s no time to sit back and relax after signing a new Swans deal and why he has high hopes for the 2014-15 campaign. Despite finding a home in Swansea, Wayne Routledge insists he won’t be resting on his laurels in SA1. Since arriving in […]Read more "Hard work is key in Wayne’s World"
Swans skipper Ashley Williams speaks to Jack Magazine about his new style of captaincy and the inspiration behind it. KEEPING positive and thinking diplomatically is the new mantra of choice for Swansea City captain Ashley Williams. With the help of new performance psychologist Ian Mitchell and taking inspiration from one of his idols – American football […]Read more "Diplomatic Ash and his new style of captaincy"
Kyle Naughton is living up to the mother of all promises following his rise to the Barclays Premier League. Having worked his way to the top-flight of English football, the new Swansea City right-back was able to fulfil a pledge he made his mother when he was growing up in Sheffield. Naughton may have made […]Read more "Mum’s the word for Kyle Naughton"
Swansea’s new boy Nelson Oliveira speaks to Jack Magazine about watching the Swans win the League Cup, playing with Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, and why he’s already feeling at home in South Wales. As Ashley Williams and Garry Monk lifted aloft the Capital One Cup in 2013 after the Swans dismantled Bradford City 5-0 […]Read more
Swansea’s midfield pass-master Leon Britton shares his thoughts with Jack Magazine on why he believes the current Swans side is the best he’s played in, while reflecting on just how much has changed at the club since his debut at Exeter City in December 2002. “Not a lot has changed,” Leon Britton jests as he […]Read more "“This is the best team I’ve played in,” says Britton"
Swansea’s goal machine Wilfried Bony speaks to Jack Magazine about starting his career as a centre-back, how he first found his shooting boots, and tormenting defenders with his sheer strength. Judging by his goalscoring record, few would have imagined that Wilfried Bony began his football career as a defender. But that’s how it all started […]Read more "From back to front – how Wilfried Bony became Swansea’s hot shot"