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 By Max Hicks
5 hours ago

Set plays, physicality and rotation - what to expect vs. Palace

Swansea City manager Gary Monk believes, ahead of hosting Crystal Palace, that their next nine Premier League games will define their season.

Swansea begin a tough schedule of three games in nine days with a home match against Crystal Palace this weekend. Last week, Manchester City's superior class made enough difference to spoil a promising Swansea display. This week, a less talented Palace will play physically, which perhaps isn't an ideal start to what promises to be a tough, compressed schedule. Here are three points to consider from a Swansea perspective heading into Saturday ...

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One of the more interesting things about...

 By Max Hicks
4 days ago

Garry Monk should change Swansea's system at Neil Taylor's expense

Swansea City manager Garry Monk was disappointed by the result vs. Manchester City but did not doubt his side's effort.

Once the starting lineups for Saturday's match between Manchester City and Swansea were announced and I saw that Jesus Navas would be playing on City's right wing, I knew Neil Taylor was going to be in trouble.

Back in the summer, Swansea's decision to sell Ben Davies to Tottenham seemed like a safe move, with Taylor waiting in the wings as Davies' replacement. However, Taylor has struggled to convince.

Truth be told, Swansea's left flank has long represented a weak spot. Even during the best months...

 By Max Hicks
7 days ago

Swansea hoping to beat the odds vs. Manchester City

Swansea City manager Garry Monk spoke ahead of his side's trip to the Etihad Stadium as they prepare to face Manchester City in the Premier League.

Manchester City at the Etihad should always be a special fixture for Swansea. It was the Swans first fixture as a Premier League team, even though it ended in a 4-0 defeat. That same game was also significant for Manchester City.

It marked Sergio Aguero's introduction to his new team and the league. The Argentinian striker had joined that summer in a 38 million pound deal from Atletico Madrid and came off the bench to score twice.

Brendan Rodgers, the Swans manager of the time, remarked that Swansea's...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Nov 11, 2014

Player of the Season so far: Your club's best performer in the Premier League

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets and discuss the candidates for EPL MVP thus far and question whether or not Craig Burley will ever manage.

With the season in full swing, who has shone in the Premier League? We asked our ESPN FC bloggers who has been their club's player of the season so far ...

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Arsenal: Alexis Sanchez

In a season when Arsenal have lurched from the less than sublime to the beyond ridiculous, the Chilean stands head and shoulders above anyone else. Desire, work rate, energy, application, a hunger to make an impact on games and the end product to back it up. So far...

Nov 10, 2014

Jefferson Montero and an excellent plan help Swansea undo Arsenal

Swansea coach Garry Monk praises his side for their comeback victory against Arsenal.

Calum Chambers is probably going to have nightmares about Jefferson Montero for weeks, after Swansea's Ecuadorian winger outshone every other player on the field in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Arsenal. It perhaps wasn't all Chambers fault; the centre back was being played slightly out of position at full back, though that is a position Chambers has played before. Regardless, it seemed like every time the two men competed for a ball, Chambers somehow managed to come up third best.

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Nov 9, 2014

Three Points: Swansea vs. Arsenal

SWANSEA, Wales -- Three quick thoughts from Swansea's 2-1 win over Arsenal in the pouring rain at the Liberty Stadium.

1. Swans fly, Gunners sunk

Just when Arsenal thought they had performed a smash and grab on Swansea, they were exposed once more for the defensively defective unit they continue to be. They left South Wales in the misery of defeat.

Alexis Sanchez had done the usual in grabbing his now requisite goal, but a lack of defensive organisation, both in midfield and the back line cost...