Swansea City manager Garry Monk is to be contacted by referee’s chief Mike Riley over his concerns about the standard of officiating in the Premier League this season, Sky Sports has reported.
The division’s youngest manager was left furious on Sunday after feeling that Victor Moses had dived to win Stoke City a penalty during the Potters’ 2-1 victory over the Welsh club at the Britannia Stadium. In his post-match interview, who desc...More
Swansea City are searching for their first Premier League win since August as they travel to Stoke City, whose first seven matches have been dogged by inconsistency.
A first home win of the season against Newcastle United came as a massive relief to Stoke, but they failed to build on that result in a surprisingly uncompetitive performance at Sunderland, where they lost 3-1 before the international break.
Manager Mark Hughes will be...More
Swansea City are aiming for a first win in four Premier League games as they take on Newcastle United at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
After defeats against high-flying Chelsea and Southampton, the hosts were solid if unspectacular as they earned a point in their previous match at Sunderland, surviving the closing stages with 10 men. It was more evidence that the Swans are tighter defensively this time around, with only Diego Cost...More
Swansea City will be hoping to return to winning ways in the Premier League as they travel to the North East to face winless Sunderland.
Gustavo Poyet’s men had chances in their last league game at Burnley, but at present they are simply not doing enough to win matches, and that showed again as Stoke City triumphed at the Stadium of Light in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday. The biggest consolation the Uruguayan can take is that his si...More
Swansea City manager Garry Monk is excited at coming up against Everton counterpart Roberto Martinez when the teams meet in the Capital One Cup, Sky Sports has reported.
Monk played with Martinez during the Spaniard’s time at Swansea and then under Martinez when he returned to the club as manager in his first posting. He later left for Wigan Athletic and then moved on to the Toffees while Monk replaced Michael Laudrup in the Liberty ...More
Swansea City will be hoping to recover from their opening defeat of the season when they take on a Southampton side which has also made a strong start.
A Chelsea equaliser on the stroke of half time was the turning point as the title hopefuls eventually had too much for Garry Monk’s side, but they managed to score twice at Stamford Bridge, and played confident and attractive attacking football throughout, and the early signs are tha...More
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