It's the name of the game

12th June 2013

The deadline to submit title suggestions for our end-of-season DVD has passed - and now we are down to just three.
On Monday, we asked the Jack Army for their thoughts on what we should call our forthcoming review of 2012-13.
With the campaign consisting of a first major trophy thanks to winning the Capital One Cup and a ninth-placed finish, we thought it was only right that you get the opportunity to choose the title.
The response has been phenomenal, with hundreds of suggestions coming through to us via email and our Twitter account @SwansOfficial in the last few days.
It has been tough cutting down the list to just three, with some fantastic ideas being put forward, especially with it being our centenary year.
Now it's down to you to decide which nomination is the best of the lot.
Choose from one of the following three via the poll at the bottom of our homepage. Voting will end at noon on Thursday, June 13.
-    Season of the Century
-    Golden Century
-    The Golden Year.

The winning entrant will win a free copy of the 2012-13 season review DVD and their name will be put onto the cover credits.
We received some fantastic suggestions which just missed out on making the top three. They included:
-    Gold on the shirt, Silver in the cabinet
-    100 Not Out
-    Second Season Syndrome? You're having a laugh

There is also a mention for the suggestion Whose Cup is that Trophy?, which was very close to making the cut.
We also received nominations in Welsh, Spanish and one from a Swans fan in Russia.
They were:
-    Tuvimos que esperar 100 años (We had to wait 100 years)
-    10 años más tarde (10 years later)
-    Russia loves Swansea
-    Gwych (Great)

Our official DVD, marking the club's spectacular achievements during its centenary season, is close to hitting the shelves.
The two-disc DVD has four hours of special content, with the story of the season, exclusive interviews with the management and squad, highlights of every league and cup game, along with extra footage all part of the package.