Date:Thursday October 5 2006
Everyone`s favourite fanzine "A Touch Far Vetched!" is back, ready to raise money for youth development at Swansea City Football Club once more.
Issue 7 of the popular publication will be available before and after tomorrow`s match against Tranmere as well as the Millwall game a fortnight later. With volunteers once again thin on the ground, sellers will be few and far between but there will be someone in each of the following places:-
* The bridge between the East Stand and KFC/retail park (there`ll be a big banner on the bridge so you can`t miss that seller!)
* The crossing between Rossi`s and the stadium
* Between the ticket office and the club shop
* There will also be a "roving seller" covering as much ground as possible around the stadium
A lone seller will be available after the match for a short space of time and that person will be located next to the Ivor Allchurch statue.
Each seller should be identifiable by the luminous yellow jackets that have kindly been supplied by our new sponsor Bergoni Sportswear.
If you do happen to miss a seller on match day, you can always buy your copy online from our website, which can be found at www.atfv.co.uk. Just click the link for our current issue, bash the "Buy Now" button and you`ll be taken to our safe and secure PayPal transaction screen.
We`ve got plenty in store for you in this issue, which is crammed full of content concentrating on current affairs surrounding the Swans as well as some misty-eyed memories of heroes from our beloved club`s past, including the great Harry Griffiths and all time appearances record holder Wilf Milne.
We take a light-hearted look at the players that have signed for the Swans since the last issue while the editor indulges his often unhealthy psychotic streak in the appropriately named Spitting Feathers column - Huw Jenkins, Kevin Nugent and Willy Gueret the main targets of his fury this time round!
There are the usual cartoons and competitions, the Trust Open Day is featured in photos and we have updates on the Football in the Community programme and our own fund raising efforts for David Moss and his Youth Development squad.
All of this and more for just £1.00!
And don`t forget, each and every time you buy a copy of "ATFV!" you increase our ability to help David Moss spot the best talent in the area, recruit that talent and then nurture it to produce the quality home grown players that we all crave.
Hope you enjoy the read!
"A Touch Far Vetched!" - Raising Money Today to Help Produce the Stars of Tomorrow.
Date:Thursday October 5 2006
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