On Sunday (24th of February), Swansea won the 2013 League Cup final by beating Bradford City 5-0.
It’s a long way from 10 years ago when Swansea City were playing in the dilapidated Vetch Field stadium and were within 90 minutes of being relegated from Division 2, the lowest tier of professional football. They were verging on the brink of bankruptcy, and were a club in crisis. But, under the guidance of their Chairman Huw Jenkins, who took over in 2002, they have climbed from the bottom of Division 2 to the Premiership. This is their 2nd season in the Premiership, and they are sitting comfortably in the upper half. They even have a few big scalps to their name, having beaten Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool.
With Cardiff City riding high in the Championship, it looks very likely that next season will see two Welsh clubs in the English Premiership, something which has never happened before.