Fun day was a disgrace
THE Liberty Stadium Fun Day (Post, October 15) it wasn't exactly a great premier activity.
As a loyal fan of the Swans and season ticket holder, I took my 3 boys down.
It was raining when we arrived so not a lot was going on outside apart from assistants mopping down the bouncy castle. We went into the large tent and had five minutes with the freestyle guy. We walked into the corridor of the stadium where the activity was, only to find two large round tables with ripped bits of paper and no staff for direction. We continued to walk around and saw a screen with Fifa13 being played.
My sons had a hot dog from the empty bar that was open and we saw nice retro tops on display at the club shop at £65 each.
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It seemed to be just a money- grabber with no true Swans 100 year celebration.
Only Alan Curtis showed up. Not one player showed up to meet the kids. It was a disgrace.
Many people I met there also had the same experience. It wasn't like being in the Premier League with a world of fun and activity for children. Are we becoming too complacent?