See what Swansea stars have to offer, Roy! Evening Post invites England manager Hodgson to city

TODAY the Evening Post is sending an invitation to England manager Roy Hodgson offering him an all-expenses paid luxury trip to Swansea.

We have joined together with some of our leading businesses to make sure his first visit to the city and the Liberty Stadium is one to remember.

Mr Hodgson has come under fire for overlooking the Swans’ English contingent —  despite Wales’s only Premier League club’s unbeaten start to the season. He has never crossed the Severn Bridge as England boss despite being in post for more than two years.

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Welsh Limos bus smashed up with crowbar

THE owner of a Swansea limousine and bus company is appealing for information after one of his prized vehicles was vandalised.

Lee Pitson, of Welsh Limos based in Fabian Way, has been left furious after windows were smashed on one of his buses.

As well as the windows being smashed, an expletive was also scratched into the vehicle’s paint work — leaving Mr Pitson with a bill running into thousands of pounds.

He said: “It looks like a crowbar has done the job. I am angry about it.

“My business partner arrived for work and realised.

“Six windows have been done on our flagship bus.

“The word has been scratched into one of the doors and then a key had been scraped down the side.

“It is probably going to cost us between £2,500 and £3,000, unfortunately it is a lot of money for us.

“We are working hard to get back onto the road, our busiest days are Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday.

“We have a 10th birthday party tomorrow and then on Friday we have a hen party going to Blackpool.

“I am hoping by tomorrow evening it will be back on the road. We don’t want to let anyone down.

“We are offering a £500 reward if anyone knows anything.”

A spokesman for South Wales Police confirmed the incident and said with information should contact 101.