Swansea would survive Laudrup loss, says Dyer
Nathan Dyer believes Swansea City would survive the departure of Michael Laudrup, the manager who delivered the League Cup to the Welsh club, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Dyer pointed out that Swansea have changed managers on a somewhat routine basis, with Laudrup himself not yet in the post for a full year after replacing Brendan Rodgers. Rodgers, the manager who took Swansea into the Premier League, left last summer after two years in Wales to take the Liverpool job.
Swansea have also been led by Paulo Sousa and Roberto Martinez in recent years, with Dyer on to his fourth different manager in his time at the club. The winger, who scored twice as the Swans beat Bradford City at Wembley, has faith that should Laudrup be tempted away, chairman Huw Jenkins will make another well-chosen appointment - and that the quality of players at the club would still remain high.
Dyer said: “Yes, it's about having the right manager, but at the end of the day we still have the players who can play football. It's not like just because we lose a manager we're going to be fighting relegation. That makes no sense.
“Since I've been here the chairman has had four different managers. Each time one has left, he's brought in the right guy every time. We've never taken a step backwards. He knows what he's doing.”
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