Author's tales of Michael Laudrup and the world's best team
HE is one of Britain's most well known sports journalists — and he is on his way to Swansea.
Spanish football expert Graham Hunter will be bringing his unique insight into one of the world's greatest teams when he visits Swansea as part of the Dylan Thomas Festival which kicks off at the end of October.
The Sky Sports pundit is the author of the widely acclaimed book " Barca — The Making of the Greatest Team in the World", which tells the story of the hugely successful Barcelona team of the past four years.
Nick Bradley, Swansea Council's cabinet member for Regeneration, welcomed the visit.
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He said: "We are delighted that a sports writer of Graham's quality is part of the Dylan Thomas Festival.
"Barcelona are known for their unique footballing style, which has seen them dominate the world game.
"But from a local point of view, Swansea City FC have adopted a similar approach to the game.
"This is why we hope the event will attract football fans from across the city and beyond."
Graham will be at the Dylan Thomas Centre on November 3 at 7.30pm.
As well as discussing his work — which reveals Swans boss Michael Laudrup was close taking over the European giants back in 2008 — Graham will also be giving his views on the success of Swansea City, and plenty of other issues related to the football world.
The Dylan Thomas Festival runs from Sunday, October 27 to Friday, November 9 and will feature the likes of contemporary Irish poet Paul Durcan, Welsh broadcaster and travel writer Nigel Jenkins and author Roshi Fernando.
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