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Cardiff City fans astounded when Swansea City coach pulls up to take them on trip

06 Apr 2023 2 minute read
Swansea City coach turns up to take Cardiff City fans on golfing trip (Credit: Alan Virgo)

A group of Cardiff City fans had the shock of their lives this morning as they waited for the coach to turn up to take them on a golfing break.

The lads who are members of Dinas Powys golf club and diehard Bluebirds, couldn’t believe their eyes when their transport turned out to be the Swansea City team bus.

Just when the lads thought they were getting over another south Wales derby defeat by their arch rivals, the cruel hand of fate forced them to relive it all over again.

In a post of a Cardiff City Away Days group on Facebook, Cardiff fan Alan Virgo, shared photos from one of his friends who was on the trip. He wrote: ‘So,,,, a load of Ely Boys going away for a few days on a golfing sesh_ Look what transport turned up to take them 😃 Couldnt make it up!’

As you would imagine the comments underneath his post were pretty explicit.

Here are a few that we could share:

We have no word yet just what state the coach is in, but the travel company would be wise to check for any impromptu derogatory graffiti.


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Marc Davies
Marc Davies
10 months ago

It was a kind gesture of humanitarian aid from Wales no.1 football team.

Kristian
Kristian
10 months ago
Reply to  Marc Davies

Probably only a 99 min trip mun, what’s the fuss all about

Last edited 10 months ago by Kristian
Gareth
Gareth
10 months ago
Reply to  Marc Davies

Wales No1 football team is TNS, and have been for a while. Swansea are one of 5 English league teams, based in Wales.

Wynford Jones
Wynford Jones
10 months ago
Reply to  Gareth

I didn’t know that England had finally decided to hand back Oswestry [home of TNS] to Wales. Great, I can now travel to the Racecourse without crossing a border.

Gareth
Gareth
10 months ago
Reply to  Wynford Jones

You are correct, my mistake, Llansantffraid changed their name and started playing in England in 2003, after a failed attempt to play home games in Wales in Chester City’s ground.

Rhufawn Jones
Rhufawn Jones
10 months ago

Trueni mawr na fuasai pobl mor danllyd dros dynged eu gwlad. Faint o’r bobl hyn rydd groes dros blaid unoliaethol adeg etholiad, a rhoi croes drwy hynny ar gefn Cymru am bum mlynedd arall.

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