Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has said that his side’s 3-0 victory over Newcastle United on Wednesday evening was well deserved, BBC Sport has reported.
Despite being forced to play with no recognised striker after Alvaro Vazquez sustained an injury in the first half, Swansea claimed a convincing win over their in-form visitors thanks to substitute Nathan Dyer, a Mathieu Debuchy own goal and Jonjo Shelvey’s late curling shot f...More
Michael Laudrup’s Swansea City take on in-form Newcastle United in what looks set to be a close encounter at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea unsurprisingly lost at Manchester City on Sunday, which was their sixth league defeat of an up-and-down season. At present, they are severely weakened in attack because of injuries to Wilfried Bony and Miguel Michu, but they will need to find goals from somewhere if they are to pick up just their s...More
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has revealed that striker Wilfried Bony is expected to be missing for a number of weeks after suffering an injury in the Premier League club’s Europa League defeat against Valencia, Sky Sports has reported.
Bony had to be withdrawn just before half-time and without him Swansea were unable to peg back the Spanish side, who won 1-0 through a Dani Parejo goal. The result leaves the Swans second in Gr...More
Lowly Fulham take on Swansea City at Craven Cottage in what is likely to be a game that will help determine the fate of under-fire boss Martin Jol.
The three Premier League defeats Fulham suffered before the international break must have been painful to watch for the Dutchman, as they hardly managed a shot on target in visits to Southampton and Liverpool, and were 3-0 down after less than a quarter of the game at home to Manchester U...More
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins is set to swoop for Blackpool’s Tom Ince for the second time, but has put an end to rumours regarding an approach for Wilfried Zaha, the Daily Mail has reported.
Jenkins confirmed his interest in Ince during the summer, but admitted he was ‘staggered’ by the asking price for the winger, which is believed to be around £8m
The England Under-21 star is out of contract in the summer and Jenkins confirme...More
Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony has admitted he is still adapting to life in the Premier League, Sky Sports has reported, having made the move to the Liberty Stadium from Vitesse Arnhem over the summer.
Bony became Swansea’s record signing upon joining Michael Laudrup’s side but has yet to truly find his stride, he feels, despite scoring four goals in five starts, and claiming five more goals in the Europa League. “I am just adjus...More
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