Curt takes star billing in special Jack Mag edition

19th April 2019
First team

Alan Curtis takes star billing in today’s special edition of Jack Magazine which celebrates the Swans’ 4,000th league game in their history*.

We briefly catch up with the Swansea City legend following the news that he will be retiring from his first-team coaching duties at the end of the season, before taking up his new role as the club’s honorary president.

Manager Graham Potter and skipper Leroy Fer also pay tribute to ‘Curt’, as does chief operating officer Chris Pearlman.

Elsewhere, to mark today’s 4,000th league game against Rotherham United, we sit down with three more Swans legends to remember their favourites from the years gone by.

Former defenders Alan Tate and Angel Rangel relive that game against Hull City in 2003 and the 2014 South Wales victory over Cardiff City respectively, and ex-striker Lee Trundle recalls a dramatic 3-2 win over Yeovil Town at Vetch Field.

Meanwhile, we grill young defenders Connor Roberts and Joe Rodon.

Connor dishes the dirt of the characters of the Swans’ dressing room in our team-mates feature – including who he regards as the worst dressed and biggest moaner – and Joe relives notable firsts in his lifetime such as his first football kit and first concert.

We also sit down with former striker Ian Love and look to the future with under-23s’ midfielder Tom Price.

And there is plenty more in today’s Jack Magazine including all the latest from the academy, ladies’ team and community, plus everything you need to know about Paul Warne’s Rotherham.

Available for just £3 around the Liberty Stadium and club shop, today’s special edition of Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don’t miss out!

*The total does not include games played in the Southern League or play-off fixtures.