It’s Not All Good News

Thursday, 27 September 2001, 0:01
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It’s not all good news for Swans fans in the new takeover. We have been informed that Mike Lewis will remain at Swansea City as a director of the football club under the new regime

What exactly will be his new role as a director of the football club remains to be seen but Swansea has not seen the back of Mike Lewis. This news could be bad for the various supporters groups who would have hoped that a change of ownership would be able to strip them of the ‘enemy’ tag that Mr Lewis tagged many of them with.

We can only hope that the new regime will make a judgement for themselves and that the fans will be appreciated and that they realise that ALL supporters, irrespective of the views of Mike Lewis have the best interests of Swansea City at heart.

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