Swansea City rolled back the years on Tuesday with an open top bus parade to celebrate the club's League Cup triumph against Bradford City.
The Swans triumphed 5-0 in Sunday's final - a record winning margin in League Cup final history - for the club's first major trophy in their 100 year history.
And two days after their comprehensive win the celebrations continued back home with some old-fashioned glamour. Coach Michael Laudrup bashfully addressed the crowd (it is unconfirmed whether it was from the town hall) and a dog was clad in a white and black scarf to add to the nostalgia.
Sunday's win has guaranteed Swansea a Europa League berth for next season, although Laudrup is fast becoming one of Europe's most in-demand coaches.