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Nov 24

Swansea City v Bournemouth: match preview

The pressure is building on Paul Clement and, although the Swansea manager is confident his job is not on the line, another defeat would be a huge blow, especially with a trip to Chelsea to come on Wednesday. Tammy Abraham will have to miss that game b…

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Nov 23

Swansea manager Paul Clement urges supporters to get behind team

Clement insists Welsh club’s owners are still firmly behind him‘I think it’s a time to pull together’Paul Clement has urged Swansea City supporters to abandon any thoughts of pre-match protests and pleaded with them to unite behind the team against Bou…

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Nov 21

Michael Laudrup: a portrait of an icon

Long before Denmark produced the supremely gifted Christian Eriksen, they gave the world one of the most elegant players in the history of the game• Buy Portrait of an Icon and contribute to the Sir Bobby Robson FoundationThe theory of collective intel…

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Nov 18

Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes on target as Burnley ease past Swansea City

These are historic times for a historic club and miserable ones for what had been a modern-day success story. Burnley have now recorded a first hat-trick of top-flight wins since 1975. They are still level on points with Liverpool and Arsenal but Swans…

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Nov 17

Burnley v Swansea City: match preview

Only Manchester City have managed to beat Burnley in their past nine league games, a run of results that has taken the Clarets to within goal difference of the top six. That sort of form has brought Sean Dyche to the nation’s attention and ought to be …

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Nov 04

Glenn Murray strikes for Brighton as lacklustre Swansea stumble again

The mood has turned mutinous at Swansea City. It was like the first half of last season all over again as the Swansea supporters vented their anger, turning on the board after another woeful performance culminated in a fifth league defeat in six matche…

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Nov 03

Muddled moves and a woeful window – how Swansea landed back in trouble

Glaring lack of creativity has led to four Premier League defeats at the Liberty Stadium and serious questions over summer signingsIt is rarely a good sign when players describe a game as “massive” and “must-win” at a time of the year when leaves are s…

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Nov 03

Swansea City v Brighton & Hove Albion: match preview

This feels like a must-win game for Swansea who are outside the relegation zone only on goal difference and have lost four of their five home league games this season. They will be missing Renato Sanches, Martin Olsson and Leon Britton but Wilfried Bon…

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Oct 26

Golden Goal: Lee Trundle for Swansea City v Carlisle United (2006) | Ben Fisher

Scoring spectacular goals has never been a problem for Trundle, but his sweetest strike of all came in the Football League Trophy final in CardiffHis showreel is teeming with tricks and flicks, feints, shoulder rolls and keepie-uppies. His showboating …

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Oct 24

Jesse Lingard double sends Manchester United strolling past Swansea City

Manchester United coasted into the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup as the holders and five-times winners comfortably picked off Swansea City.José Mourinho had questioned the attitude of his players after the Premier League defeat at Huddersfield Town…

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