Swansea City captain Ashley Williams has called on the rest of the team to step up and ease the goal burden on striker Wilfried Bony, BBC Sport has reported.
The Swans have won only once in their last five Premier League games and scored 21 times in their 16 league fixtures so far this season, with Bony scoring half of them. The Ivory Coast international has eight goals in 18 appearances in all competitions and Williams wants to see ...More
Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen struck late in the second-half, as Spurs picked up a vital win away to Swansea City, reports BBC Sport.
While previously not a side who start games strongly, Tottenham took the lead minutes into their encounter with Garry Monk’s side. Harry Kane headed home from an Eriksen corner to put the visitors ahead early into the game.
But Swansea were threatening an equaliser all through the first-half, ...More
Swansea City can move up a place to seventh if they can claim their first ever Premier League win over Tottenham, who begin the day a point behind their hosts.
After beating Queens Park Rangers at the Liberty Stadium on December 2, Swansea boss Garry Monk was hailing a ‘complete performance’, but his side allowed their standards to slip last time out at West Ham United as they succumbed to a 3-1 defeat.
That was despite taking the l...More
According to Sky Sports, Swansea City will appeal the red card given to Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski in the 3-1 defeat against West Ham on the weekend.
“Swansea City can confirm that the club will be appealing the red card issued to goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski against West Ham on Sunday. The club officially informed the Football Association by today’s 1pm deadline. The FA will make a decision on the appeal ahead of Sunday's Bar...More
After throwing away a lead to eventually lose 3-1 away to West Ham United, Swansea City manager Garry Monk admits his side deserved exactly what they got from today’s affair, reports BBC Sport.
“We did not make enough correct decisions. The only time we did that we scored the goal. We didn't do that enough and really some of the defending, we gifted it to them on a plate to be honest. No complaints with the result, we didn't deserve ...More
West Ham striker Andy Carroll scored two goals and set up the third for his side, as Sam Allardyce’s men earned a vital win against Swansea at Upton Park, reports BBC Sport.
West Ham were dominant in the first-half, enjoying all the ball and creating the chances, but it was Swansea City who took the lead against the run of play. Striker Wilfried Bony opened the scoring, converting a cross from Jefferson Montero in the 19th minute.
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