My outstanding memories of the Swansea game are United being presented with the trophy and parading it around the Abbey before the match and the aggression shown by the Swansea players and fans who were congregated at the Allotments end (South Stand or, should I say Paul Mullin Stand?). Swansea needed to win to keep any promotion hopes they had alive and they certainly intended to get the win by fair or foul means. By half time Swansea were 3-0 up and appeared to be heading for an easy two points. But early in the second half Swansea’s aggressive tactics saw them reduced to ten men and United started to come into the game and with 30 minutes left a Jim Hall goal and an Alan Biley penalty had reduced the arrears to one. A comeback wasn’t to be though and Swansea hung on for the victory in vain as results elsewhere went against them and the finished 5th. This didn’t help the Welsh club’s fans moods and scuffles that had broken out on the terraces throughout the game became more intense, at one stage police with dogs had to restore order when about 50 fans ran on the pitch.