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Premier League 2013/2014 – a graphical review


The BBC website produces match reports for all of the games every single Premier League side plays during the season. From Premier League and FA Cup, to Champions League to League Cup ties the BBC reports on them all. I thought it would be interesting to compile all of these reports for each of the twenty Premier League sides, and to produce word-clouds for each side. If a particular word is used more often, then it is shown on screen as larger than the other less used words.

I created one for Square One Football Radio, and felt I should create word clouds for all twenty clubs. I used the excellent online tool wordle.net to create the word clouds. Please feel free to use these on your blog or website, but I’d appreciate a link back.

To see a higher resolution image of the word cloud, click on it.

Arsenal

Arsenal

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Aston Villa

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Cardiff City

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Chelsea

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Crystal Palace

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Everton

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Fulham

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Hull City

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Liverpool

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Manchester City

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Manchester United

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Newcastle United

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Norwich City

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Southampton

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Stoke City

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Sunderland

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Swansea City

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Tottenham Hotspur

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West Bromwich Albion

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West Ham United

 
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Posted by on May 29, 2014 in Club

 

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Premier League: Doing the double over other clubs


If a club wins both the home fixture and the away fixture during a league season then they are said to have “done the double” over that side. In the Premier League during the 2012/2013 season 16 of the 20 sides did the double over a rival.

The following lists show the teams that each club in the Premier League managed to do the double against.

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10

  • Manchester United: Southampton, Sunderland, Stoke City, QPR, Newcastle United, Aston Villa, Fulham, Wigan Athletic, Reading and Liverpool.

7

  • Chelsea: Sunderland, Stoke City, Aston Villa, Norwich City, Everton, Wigan Athletic and Arsenal.

6

  • Arsenal: QPR, Newcastle United, West Brom, West Ham, Wigan Athletic and Reading.
  • Manchester City: Newcastle United, Aston Villa, West Brom, Fulham, Wigan Athletic and Reading.
  • Tottenham Hotspur: Southampton, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Swansea City, West Ham and Reading.

4

  • Liverpool: QPR, Norwich City, Fulham and Wigan Athletic.
  • West Brom: Southampton, Sunderland, QPR and Liverpool.

3

  • Swansea City: QPR, Newcastle United and Wigan Athletic.

2

  • Aston Villa: Sunderland and Reading.
  • Southampton: Aston Villa and Reading.

1

  • Everton: West Ham.
  • Fulham: West Brom.
  • Sunderland: Wigan Athletic,
  • Stoke City: QPR.
  • Newcastle United: QPR.
  • Wigan Athletic: Reading

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  • Norwich City: None.
  • QPR: None.
  • Reading: None.
  • West Ham: None.

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Of the three relegated sides Wigan Athletic were the only team who managed to win home and away against another club (Wigan did the double over fellow relegated side Reading).

Four sides in the Premier League did not lose home and away to another club. Those sides were Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Manchester United. Nine clubs did the double over eventual FA Cup winners Wigan Athletic.

 
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Posted by on June 17, 2013 in Club, Statistics

 

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Premier League table for the 2012 calendar year


Manchester United were the club who picked up the most Premier League points during 2012. They are followed by their city rivals Manchester City who despite losing the same number of games as United, couldn’t convert many of their draws to wins.

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Interestingly Everton picked up more points than both Chelsea and Arsenal during 2012 though this may have something to do with the fact that Everton played more games than both Chelsea and Arsenal during the year. Additionally the contrast between Everton and their neighbours across Stanley Park is stark. Liverpool only won 11 out of their 38 games in 2012. The only two sides who weren’t relegated or promoted during 2012 with a lower points tally than Liverpool were Aston Villa and QPR.

For more statistics related to the 2012 calendar year including stats from the Football League, take a look at the ever excellent Sporting Intelligence.

 
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Posted by on January 3, 2013 in Club, Statistics

 

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Premier League 2011/2012 to 2012/2013 player changes

Premier League 2011/2012 to 2012/2013 player changes

The close season is traditionally a time where clubs jettison their weak players, replacing them with footballers with the skill to take the club one step further, whether that be to qualify or European competition or avoid another year’s relegation struggle. With that in mind I thought it would be interesting to see which clubs decided a wholesale change would be preferable to keeping faith with the players who toiled their way through the 2011/2012 season.

I took the line-ups from the last day’s action of  the twenty Premier League sides of the 2011/2012 season (this includes West Ham, Southampton and Reading’s last Championship game of the season) and compared these line-ups with the opening day of this year’s Premier League season (2012/2013). The headline figure from this process is that 40% of all players who started the first game of the 2012/2013 season did not start in the last game of the 2011/2012 season (or if they did, it was for a different football club). Obviously this 40% is not entirely made up of new signings as it also includes players who were on the squads of their current teams last season but for whatever reason (be that injury or not being selected) did not start the game.

TEN

Of the twenty current Premier League clubs no club fielded an identical line-up between the end of last season and the start of this season. However, two clubs made only one change. These two clubs were Everton and Manchester City who fielded ten players on the last day of the 2011/2012 season that also started in the club’s opening fixture this season. The only difference between the Everton XI against Newcastle United in 2011/2012 and their opening day side that started (and defeated) Manchester United is that Sylvian Distin started against Manchester United. Interestingly Distin did play against Newcastle in 2011/2012 when he came on as a substitute for Hetinga. We weren’t to know it at the time but between the minutes of ’70 and ’74 the team Everton had on the field against Newcastle United would be the identical eleven that would start the season against Manchester United over three months later. It’s perhaps ironic (if you enjoy using the term loosely, or incorrectly) that the only change in Manchester City‘s starting line-up for their opening day 3-2 victory over Southampton to their last day win against QPR was the inclusion of Everton’s (another club who enjoy making few changes) Jack Rodwell (a replacement for Gareth Barry).

NINE

Two clubs who enjoyed successful seasons in 2011/2012 also made very few changes. Wigan Athletic and Newcastle United only made two changes between the end of last season and the beginning of this. Wigan Athletic brought in new signing Ivan Ramis and burly centre-half Alvaro Alcaraz whilst Alan Pardew also made defensive changes with Danny Simpson and Steve Taylor joining the starting XI. Of all the Premier League clubs it’s only Everton and Newcastle United that fielded starting elevens on the opening day of the 2012/2013 season who were also contracted to the club in the previous season.

EIGHT

Tottenham HotspurReading and Stoke City all started eight players who started last season’s finale. The three clubs had differing reasons for their trio of changes. Spurs were under a new manager in Andre Villas-Boas who was trying to put his own stamp on the side with new signing Gylfi Sigurdsson starting alongside Jermaine Defoe in attack. The Biscuitmen, promoted under Brian McDermott last season, fielded three new signings in Chris Gunter, Danny Guthrie and Pavel Pogrebnyak who they hope will help keep them in the division. Finally Stoke City in an attempt to consolidate their presence in the Premier League started with Marc Wilson, Asmir Begovic and Michael Kightly, none started The Potters’ final game of the 2011/2012 season.

SEVEN

Sunderland, Southampton, Swansea City and West Ham United began the season with seven of the eleven who began the last game of the previous season. Notable signings for these sides included Swansea’s Michu and Chico who have made impacts for differing reasons in the opening weeks of the season for their goalscoring and red card exploits. Similarly to Reading, Saints have signed players they feel are good enough to keep them in the division, both Jay Rodriguez and Nathaniel Clyne started in their opening 2012/2013 fixture. Martin O’Neil has started his first full season as Sunderland boss and fielded new signing Carlos Cuellar in the Rokerites’ (no I didn’t get the memo) first match of the season.

SIX

2011/2012 Premier League runners-up Manchester United fielded five players on the opening day who didn’t start the last game of the previous seaosn. These included the injured Tom Cleverley and Nemanja Vidic as well as new signing Shinji Kigawa. Other clubs who featured five different players were Fulham, Norwich City and West Brom.

FIVE

QPR and Liverpool were the two sides that fielded five players for the last game of the 2011/2012 season who also started the 2012/2013 season. QPR’s slapdash signings have led to the likes of Fabio,  Ji-Sung Park, Robert Green and confused Julian Hoilett playing for the London club whilst Liverpool’s new boss Brendan Rodgers has brought the likes of Joe Allen and Fabio Borini to Anfield.

FOUR

The four Arsenal players to survive from the last game of last season were Gervinho, Wojciech Szczesny, Thomas Vermaelen and Carl Jenkinson. The seven players who started this season were Santiago Cazorla, Abou Diaby, Theo Walcott, Lukas Podolski, Mikel Arteta, Per Mertesacker and Kieran Gibbs. Podolski and Carzola were the two new signings for the north-London club. The other five players were already on the books at Arsenal.

THREE

Only three of Chelsea‘s line-up for the final game of the 2011/2012 season started this season’s opener. This can largely be explained by the fact that Roberto di Matteo was resting a lot of his star men in preparation for the Champions League Final against Bayern Munich. I think it’s fair to say that this tactic worked as his Chelsea side were victorious in a penalty shoout-out after a gruelling period of extra-time. For the record, the three Chelsea players who played in last season’s last game and this season’s opener were Ryan Bertrand, captain-fantastic John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic.

The other side who only had three players to achieve the feat were Aston Villa. I think this case is a little less surprising than most. Villa sacked their manager Alex McLeish in the summer, replacing him with Norwich boss Paul Lambert. Despite replacing a Scotsman with a Scotsman it appears Lambert has his own ideas on how he wants Aston Villa to play. The only three players who started in McLeish’s last game and Lambert’s first were Stephen Ireland. Ciaran Clark and Shay Given.

 
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Posted by on September 6, 2012 in Club, Featured

 

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SWANSEA CITY SEASON REVIEW 2011/2012


The below word cloud was generated using all of Swansea City’s match reports from the BBC website from the 2011/2012 season. The more frequently a word is used, the larger it appears on screen. The image was generated using the wonderful wordle.net.

Interestingly the words “possession”, “pass” and “tiki-taffa” do not feature heavily on Swansea’s word cloud for the 2011/2012 season. Despite Scott Sinclair often receiving the most plaudits it’s Danny Graham who features more prominently on the word cloud.

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Posted by on June 21, 2012 in Club

 

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Foreign players in the Premier League 2011/2012


Following on from the post I made earlier in the week regarding foreign players in the Championship here we have the same information but for the top flight – The Premier League. As you would expect this division features a higher proportion of foreign players than the Championship. However, it’s interesting to note that 68 different nationalities were used in the Premier League during the 2011/2012 season, one fewer – 67 – were used in the Championship.

Of the 522 players that played in the Premier League 212 of them were Englishmen. In my opinion that should be a decent enough pool of players for an England manager to pick from. Talk of sanctions to free up more spaces for average English players over foreign counterparts seems a pointless exercise when that many players are playing top flight football.

The table below shows data on each of the twenty-four clubs in the Premier League and the nationalities who played during the 2011/2012 season. The columns are as follows, Nats: number of nationalities used, Plyrs: total number of players used, Eng: Englishmen used (Sco, Wal, NI, Ire self-explanatory). %Eng is the percentage of the total number of players used who are English whilst %B&I is the percentage of players used who are from England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland. Whilst I understand that Ireland is a foreign country I feel that this metric is useful as players from the Republic of Ireland have been integral parts of squads in the football pyramid for many years.

Premier League nationality breakdown 2011/2012

Premier League nationality breakdown 2011/2012

No team fielded more Englishmen than QPR during the season (19) though it should be remembered that QPR fielded the most players (35) in the same period. Stoke City operated with the smallest (but almost certainly tallest) squad of 23 and it was Wigan Athletic who featured the fewest Englishmen during the season (3).

Wolves’ doomed campaign featured the most Irish players (6), they also fielded 3 Welshmen during the season though Swansea City fielded the most Welsh players (4). Wigan Athletic’s survival was helped along by their 3 Scotsmen whilst both West Brom and Fulham featured 2 Northern Irishmen in their Premier League campaigns for 2011/2012.

Of the players who turned out for Champions League victors Chelsea, only 28% of them were “British & Irish” whilst Norwich City players were 85% “British & Irish”. The team that we can all label “the foreign legion” are Arsenal who featured 22% “British & Irish” players during the 2011/2012 season. Wigan Athletic fielded the lowest percentage of Englishmen with 13% of their players being eligible for England.

 

 
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Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Statistics

 

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We’re the baddies aren’t we?


This season has seen unprecedented league success for my club Cardiff City. The Bluebirds currently find themselves in fourth place of the Championship with a decent shot at promotion to the Premier League. However, rather than feeling excited at the prospect of potential promotion, this season has been one of the most frustrating and unenjoyable I can remember in my time as a Cardiff City supporter. And I think I’ve finally worked out why….

The 2010/2011 season began with the club under a transfer embargo and the club failed to pay an instalment of Paul Quinn’s transfer fee. However, after the embargo was lifted, the club “splashed out” on one of the top forwards in the Premier League: everyone’s favourite moron Craig Bellamy. Cardiff City faced accusations of financial doping and “cheating the system” after the stellar Bellamy signing.  Perhaps this financial doping, signing of one of the more dislikeable characters in football (in addition to the already obnoxious Michael Chopra), has blighted my enjoyment of the team? It certainly hasn’t helped. But what I think has dented the enjoyment of this season more is the reaction of Cardiff City supporters to the side’s performances. For the first time that I can remember, the fans expect to win. Every. Single. Game. If Cardiff are drawing at half-time then they will almost invariably be booed off the park.

All of these factors (and the all black away kit certainly doesn’t help), have led me to the only possible conclusion: We are the Baddies. From the board, to the players, down to the fans we are odious. Of course, it doesn’t help that the club that slayed us in last year’s Championship Final are now “Everyone’s second favourite Premier League side”: Blackpool. It also doesn’t look too good when you take a glance at our close rivals for promotion Swansea City, who appear to have built a fluid passing team on a tiny budget (and they play in angelic white). I even look at second placed Norwich City for some signs of demonic qualities and all I see are a lovely family club, with one of the best football anthems around (On the Ball City) and a lovely yellow and green kit.

I can only watch and hope that as this season unfolds, that evil prevails. But I can’t say I’m optimistic, I’ve watched Return of the Jedi thirteen times, I know how this ends.

 
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Posted by on March 29, 2011 in Club

 

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Never doing the double


One of the more interesting facets of the South Wales derby is that neither Cardiff City or Swansea have ever managed to “do a league double” over the other side. Craig Bellamy’s wonder-strike on Sunday afternoon ensured that Cardiff City not only left the Liberty Stadium with all three points, but also left without the inigmany of being the first side to lose two league games against their bitter rivals in the same season (Swansea won the derby fixture at Cardiff last November)

I thought it might be interesting to take a look at the other fixtures that haven’t produced a league double for either side and the results were (in my opinion) very surprising. Cardiff City and Swansea City have shared a division on 27 separate ocassions without either ever recording a league double. The only fixture that comes close is (coincidentally) Cardiff City once more against Manchester City, a fixture that hasn’t produced a double in the nineteen occasions that the two sides have shared a division.

List of league match-ups that have never produced a league double between the two sides, and the number of seasons that the two clubs have now spent in the same division. All stats are based on fixtures up to and including the 2009/2010 season (unless otherwise stated).

Swansea City vs Cardiff City – 27*
Cardiff City vs Manchester City – 19
Sunderland vs Coventry City- 16
Barnsley vs Wrexham- 16
Reading vs Peterborough United- 16
Southend Unitedvs Bradford City- 13
Chelseavs Bristol City- 12
Darlingtonvs Macclesfield Town – 12
Tranmere Roversvs Charlton Athletic – 12
Coventry Cityvs Bradford City – 11
Notts Countyvs Norwich City – 11
Grimsby Townvs Torquay United – 11
Exeter Cityvs Hereford United – 11
Gillinghamvs Hereford United – 11
Halifax Townvs Workington – 11
Blackburn Roversvs Leyton Orient – 10
Birmingham Cityvs Tranmere Rovers – 10
Birmingham Cityvs Reading – 10
Bradford Cityvs Watford – 10
Barnetvs Shrewsbury Town – 10
Wimbledonvs Newcastle United – 10
Plymouth Argylevs Peterborough United – 10
Doncaster Roversvs Sheffield United – 10
Wrexhamvs Wigan Borough – 10

* – includes 2010/2011 season.

 
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Posted by on February 7, 2011 in Club, Statistics

 

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Why was 26th March 1927 a big day for Welsh football?


26th March 1927 was an important day in Cardiff City’s history, it was the day they beat Reading at Molineux in the FA Cup semi final in a competition they would go on to win for the only time in their history. A big moment for the club, but also a very good day for Welsh football. Amazing as it seems now, at the time there were six Welsh clubs in the Football League. They were Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea (then Town), Aberdare Athletic and Merthyr Town. And on the 26th Match 1927 every single one of the sides won!

Results: 26/3/1927

  • Cardiff City 3 Reading 0 (FA Cup Semi Final)
  • Swansea 2 Gateshead 0 (Division 2)
  • Wrexham 3 Durham City 1 (Division 3 North)
  • Aberdare Athletic 3 Exeter City 1 (Division 3 South)
  • Gillingham 0 Merthyr Town 1 (Division 3 South)
  • Newport County 5 Swindon Town 3 (Division 3 South)

Six wins out of a possible six! Despite this excellent record it was a mixed year for the Welsh clubs. As previously mentioned Cardiff City went on to win the FA Cup. Swansea Town finished the season midtable in Division Two, with Wrexham finishing in a similar position in Division Three North.Of the three Welsh clubs in Division Three South Newport County finished highest in eighth place, Aberdare Athetic finished the season rock bottom of the division and ultimately failed to be re-elected, being replaced by Torquay United. It was the last season that six Welsh clubs competed in the Football League.

The last time Welsh clubs won three matches on the same day was the 11th November 2006. Sadly Wrexham lost their football league status recently so only two sides remain in the Football League (Cardiff City and Swansea City)

Full Results (of each occassion where Welsh clubs won three or more matches one the same day (in FA Cup, League or League Cup)

09/10/1920 3 Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Newport County
23/10/1920 3 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Newport County
06/11/1920 3 Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Newport County
13/11/1920 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Cardiff City
28/03/1921 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
03/09/1921 4 Swansea City, Wrexham, Merthyr Town, Newport County
24/09/1921 3 Aberdare Athletic, Wrexham, Cardiff City
15/10/1921 3 Merthyr Town, Newport County, Cardiff City
29/10/1921 3 Cardiff City, Aberdare Athletic, Wrexham
05/11/1921 4 Aberdare Athletic, Wrexham, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
24/12/1921 3 Aberdare Athletic, Merthyr Town, Cardiff City
27/12/1921 4 Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City, Newport County
21/01/1922 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
04/02/1922 3 Merthyr Town, Swansea City, Cardiff City
11/03/1922 4 Cardiff City, Aberdare Athletic, Swansea City, Merthyr Town
29/04/1922 3 Aberdare Athletic, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
28/10/1922 3 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Wrexham
25/11/1922 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic
26/12/1922 4 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic, Swansea City
27/01/1923 3 Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City, Swansea City
03/02/1923 4 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
10/02/1923 3 Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City
24/02/1923 4 Swansea City, Wrexham, Merthyr Town, Aberdare Athletic
10/03/1923 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
02/04/1923 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
28/04/1923 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Merthyr Town
25/08/1923 5 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Newport County
01/09/1923 3 Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic, Swansea City
15/09/1923 3 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Wrexham
29/09/1923 3 Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City
06/10/1923 3 Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City, Swansea City
27/10/1923 3 Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Newport County
10/11/1923 4 Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic, Wrexham, Cardiff City
01/12/1923 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Cardiff City
22/12/1923 3 Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Cardiff City
02/02/1924 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Merthyr Town
01/03/1924 3 Newport County, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
22/03/1924 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
19/04/1924 5 Wrexham, Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
13/09/1924 4 Aberdare Athletic, Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
20/09/1924 3 Aberdare Athletic, Newport County, Wrexham
11/10/1924 3 Merthyr Town, Swansea City, Newport County
18/10/1924 4 Newport County, Cardiff City, Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic
22/11/1924 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Merthyr Town
26/12/1924 3 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Newport County
17/01/1925 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
31/01/1925 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
07/03/1925 4 Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Wrexham, Swansea City
14/03/1925 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic
28/03/1925 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic
11/04/1925 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
13/04/1925 4 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City, Aberdare Athletic
29/08/1925 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Merthyr Town
12/09/1925 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Aberdare Athletic
31/10/1925 3 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Swansea City
14/11/1925 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
28/11/1925 4 Swansea City, Newport County, Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City
12/12/1925 4 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Aberdare Athletic, Swansea City
16/01/1926 3 Merthyr Town, Newport County, Swansea City
06/02/1926 4 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic
13/02/1926 4 Aberdare Athletic, Swansea City, Newport County, Merthyr Town
20/02/1926 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic
25/02/1926 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Aberdare Athletic
27/02/1926 3 Aberdare Athletic, Wrexham, Swansea City
13/03/1926 3 Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City
20/03/1926 3 Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City, Swansea City
17/04/1926 3 Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
28/08/1926 4 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County, Aberdare Athletic
02/10/1926 3 Aberdare Athletic, Newport County, Swansea City
16/10/1926 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
23/10/1926 3 Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
30/10/1926 4 Newport County, Merthyr Town, Swansea City, Cardiff City
06/11/1926 3 Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Cardiff City
04/12/1926 4 Merthyr Town, Newport County, Wrexham, Aberdare Athletic
08/01/1927 4 Newport County, Aberdare Athletic, Cardiff City, Swansea City
29/01/1927 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
05/02/1927 3 Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Aberdare Athletic
26/03/1927 6 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Aberdare Athletic, Newport County
16/04/1927 3 Merthyr Town, Cardiff City, Wrexham
17/09/1927 4 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
08/10/1927 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Merthyr Town
29/10/1927 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
10/12/1927 4 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Wrexham
17/12/1927 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
21/01/1928 4 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
04/02/1928 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Merthyr Town
18/02/1928 3 Newport County, Merthyr Town, Wrexham
25/02/1928 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
01/09/1928 3 Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Cardiff City
13/10/1928 3 Merthyr Town, Swansea City, Wrexham
10/11/1928 4 Newport County, Wrexham, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
24/11/1928 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Merthyr Town
08/12/1928 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
26/12/1928 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
12/01/1929 3 Swansea City, Merthyr Town, Wrexham
09/02/1929 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
02/03/1929 3 Merthyr Town, Swansea City, Wrexham
09/03/1929 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
16/03/1929 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Merthyr Town
30/03/1929 4 Wrexham, Newport County, Merthyr Town, Swansea City
30/11/1929 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
28/12/1929 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
04/01/1930 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
01/03/1930 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
08/03/1930 3 Cardiff City, Merthyr Town, Newport County
19/04/1930 3 Merthyr Town, Wrexham, Newport County
26/04/1930 4 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
01/11/1930 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
03/10/1931 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
17/10/1931 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
06/02/1932 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
20/02/1932 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
28/03/1932 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
26/11/1932 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
26/12/1932 4 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
11/02/1933 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
18/02/1933 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
01/04/1933 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
17/04/1933 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
23/09/1933 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
20/01/1934 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
21/04/1934 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
05/05/1934 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
25/08/1934 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
27/08/1934 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
20/10/1934 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
05/01/1935 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
12/10/1935 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
16/11/1935 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
21/03/1936 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
24/10/1936 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
07/11/1936 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
28/11/1936 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
19/12/1936 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
09/01/1937 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
30/10/1937 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
05/03/1938 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
17/12/1938 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
24/12/1938 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
14/01/1939 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
10/04/1939 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
15/04/1939 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
22/04/1939 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
14/09/1946 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
12/10/1946 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
26/10/1946 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
23/11/1946 4 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
10/05/1947 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
30/08/1947 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
11/10/1947 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
29/11/1947 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
20/12/1947 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
21/02/1948 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
06/03/1948 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Swansea City
13/03/1948 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
25/09/1948 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
02/10/1948 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Swansea City
13/11/1948 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
27/12/1948 4 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
01/01/1949 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
08/01/1949 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
29/01/1949 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
05/02/1949 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
19/02/1949 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
05/03/1949 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
19/03/1949 4 Swansea City, Newport County, Cardiff City, Wrexham
09/04/1949 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Swansea City
23/04/1949 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
26/11/1949 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
18/02/1950 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
25/11/1950 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
23/12/1950 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
13/01/1951 4 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
03/02/1951 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
24/02/1951 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Wrexham
26/03/1951 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
14/04/1951 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
22/09/1951 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
03/11/1951 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
26/01/1952 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
09/02/1952 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
14/04/1952 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
22/11/1952 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
07/03/1953 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
14/03/1953 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
21/03/1953 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
06/04/1953 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Cardiff City
29/08/1953 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
24/10/1953 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
19/12/1953 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
06/02/1954 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
06/03/1954 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
03/04/1954 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
16/04/1954 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
17/04/1954 4 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
27/08/1955 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
24/09/1955 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
08/10/1955 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
05/11/1955 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
31/12/1955 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Wrexham
15/09/1956 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
17/11/1956 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
09/02/1957 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Swansea City
13/04/1957 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
19/04/1957 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
28/09/1957 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
21/12/1957 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
11/01/1958 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
19/04/1958 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
26/04/1958 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
04/10/1958 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
01/11/1958 4 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County, Swansea City
13/12/1958 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
12/09/1959 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
26/09/1959 4 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
28/11/1959 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
05/12/1959 4 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
12/12/1959 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
09/04/1960 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
03/09/1960 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
11/02/1961 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
04/03/1961 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
04/11/1961 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
29/09/1962 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
17/11/1962 4 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
01/05/1963 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
16/11/1963 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
04/01/1964 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
28/03/1964 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
19/04/1965 4 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
11/09/1965 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
08/01/1966 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
10/12/1966 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
31/12/1966 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
06/05/1967 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
13/05/1967 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
25/11/1967 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
26/12/1967 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
10/02/1968 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
16/04/1968 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
31/08/1968 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
21/09/1968 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
28/09/1968 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
23/11/1968 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
21/12/1968 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
23/08/1969 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
06/09/1969 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
20/09/1969 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
04/10/1969 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
11/10/1969 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
01/11/1969 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
08/11/1969 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
22/11/1969 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
04/04/1970 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
10/10/1970 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
13/02/1971 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
20/03/1971 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
27/03/1971 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
24/04/1971 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
02/10/1971 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
23/10/1971 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
30/10/1971 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
19/08/1972 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
10/02/1973 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
01/12/1973 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
26/12/1973 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
13/04/1974 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
26/10/1974 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
21/12/1974 3 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham
29/03/1975 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
30/08/1975 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
13/09/1975 4 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
27/09/1975 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
08/11/1975 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
06/12/1975 4 Newport County, Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
14/02/1976 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
10/04/1976 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
21/08/1976 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
16/04/1977 4 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
23/04/1977 4 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
24/09/1977 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
01/10/1977 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
05/11/1977 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
12/11/1977 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
19/11/1977 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
31/12/1977 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
24/03/1978 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
14/10/1978 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
14/04/1979 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
18/08/1979 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
01/09/1979 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
06/10/1979 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
13/10/1979 4 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
27/10/1979 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
01/12/1979 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
01/01/1980 3 Newport County, Wrexham, Swansea City
29/03/1980 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
12/04/1980 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Cardiff City
30/08/1980 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Wrexham
20/09/1980 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
28/02/1981 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
04/04/1981 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
25/04/1981 4 Swansea City, Newport County, Wrexham, Cardiff City
26/09/1981 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
07/11/1981 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
27/02/1982 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Swansea City
20/03/1982 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
15/05/1982 3 Wrexham, Newport County, Cardiff City
18/09/1982 3 Cardiff City, Newport County, Wrexham
02/10/1982 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
01/01/1983 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
26/02/1983 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
12/03/1983 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
26/03/1983 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Newport County
27/12/1983 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Newport County
25/02/1984 3 Newport County, Swansea City, Wrexham
16/11/1985 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County
19/04/1986 4 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City, Newport County
02/09/1986 3 Newport County, Cardiff City, Swansea City
15/11/1986 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Newport County
12/09/1987 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Newport County
21/11/1987 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
04/04/1988 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
02/05/1988 4 Wrexham, Swansea City, Newport County, Cardiff City
18/11/1989 3 Cardiff City, Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea City
12/01/1991 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
22/08/1992 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
19/03/1994 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
05/11/1994 3 Swansea City, Wrexham, Cardiff City
21/02/1995 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
28/11/1998 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
05/12/1998 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
14/08/1999 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
22/04/2000 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
24/08/2002 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
04/02/2003 3 Cardiff City, Swansea City, Wrexham
18/03/2003 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
27/09/2003 3 Swansea City, Cardiff City, Wrexham
20/03/2004 3 Wrexham, Cardiff City, Swansea City
10/08/2004 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
22/01/2005 3 Wrexham, Swansea City, Cardiff City
11/11/2006 3 Cardiff City, Wrexham, Swansea City
 
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