Fans meet Rangel in book signing
22nd December 2015
Fans turned out in force at the Liberty Stadium club shop this afternoon for a special book signing session with Swans defender Angel Rangel.
The 33-year-old posed for photographs and signed copies of the 'Spanish Swans' book, which documents the influence Spanish players have had on the club's remarkable rise to the Barclays Premier League.
Written by Spanish journalist Pablo Gomez, the book includes Rangel's diary from the club's first season in the Premier League along with interviews with Roberto Martinez and Guillem Bauza.
The book, originally written in Spanish but now been translated to English by Swansea University, were flying off the shelves as they proved a popular late Christmas present.
"It was great to meet the fans and talk about the book," said Rangel. "The Spanish influence here begun with Roberto Martinez, and since then a number of Spanish players have made a big mark here.
"From my debut at Oldham to winning promotions and lifting the Capital One Cup, my time in Swansea has been a magnificent journey, and I was lucky enough for the book to feature my diary from our first season in the Premier League.
"I've really enjoyed hearing the stories of supporters from the last few years, and, of course, it was great to see so many picking up a copy of the book."