Victory over West Bromwich Albion will give Swansea City their best start to a Premier League season and see them into the international break with maximum points.
Manager Garry Monk was aware that beating Burnley would be tough after causing an opening day shock at Old Trafford. Despite some second half scares, the Swans passed the test, and they seem to have gained some defensive resilience over the summer. Bafetimbi Gomis is now ...More
After their superb victory at Old Trafford on opening day, Swansea City will be desperate to make it two wins from two when Burnley make the trip to South Wales.
Some excellent football in attack and a steely defensive display proved enough to spoil the party for Louis van Gaal in his opening match as Manchester United boss, in what was essentially a smash and grab win for the Swans.
Garry Monk saw his game-plan work to perfection,...More
The opening game of the new Premier League season takes place at Old Trafford, as Louis van Gaal begins his reign as Manchester United manager with a home encounter with Swansea City.
As a result of van Gaal’s tactical astuteness and the lack of European football to provide a significant distraction, there is plenty of optimism among Man Utd supporters that they can put an awful last season behind them and return to being title conte...More
Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is ready to move on with his career after signing for the Welsh club from Arsenal, Sky Sports has reported.
The Poland international quit the Gunners this summer, signing off with a victorious appearance in the FA Cup final as Arsene Wenger’s side dispatched Hull City in the last of his 78 games for the London club.
Fabianski moved to Arsenal in 2007 but is ready to start afresh at the Libert...More
FIFA are understood to be looking into the details of Michel Vorm’s move from Swansea City to Tottenham Hotspur, Sky Sports has reported.
Vorm moved to Swansea from Utrecht in 2009 for a £1.5m fee and a 30% sell-on fee was included in the deal, with the Dutch club claiming they are due a windfall after Vorm left Swansea for Spurs.
But Swansea insist the goalkeeper left on a free transfer and was part of a swap deal also including Sw...More
Swansea City have been reported to Fifa by FC Utrecht in relation to alleged non-payment of part of goalkeeper Michel Vorm’s transfer fee, reports BBC Sport.
Vorm left the Liberty Stadium last month to join Tottenham for a fee reported to be around £3.5 million, and Utrecht claim they are entitled to 30% of this fee owing to a sell-on clause agreed when Vorm left them to join the Swans in 2011.
However, Utrecht’s general manager Wil...More
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