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Swansea City

 By Max Hicks

Individual errors cost Swansea points against Tottenham

Swansea manager Garry Monk pointed to individual mistakes as to why his side fell to Tottenham at home despite controlling most of the game.

Swansea had never beaten Spurs in a Premier League game before Sunday. Even though the lousy Spurs showed up instead of the slick Spurs, Swansea couldn't break the trend. Tottenham have been wildly inconsistent this season and might be wondering how they managed to win after putting in a sub-par performance against a clearly focussed Swansea.

Perhaps part of the problem is that, as usual, most of Swansea's focus was offensive, and it was two defensive mistakes that made the difference. This wasn't...

 By Max Hicks

Familiar faces pay a visit as Swansea seek to break Tottenham hoodoo

Swansea manager Gary Monk praises Gylfi Sigurdsson's return to the club and looks ahead to their match against Tottenham.

Last week, the Swans' least inspired performance of the season ended with a 3-1 defeat away to West Ham. This week the Swans will play host to Tottenham, a side they have never beaten since joining the Premier League. In fact, Swansea have lost every game between the sides since the first match in 2011 ended in a 1-1 stalemate.

That Swansea performance was so good the team issued a DVD of the match -- for a drawn game. In retrospect, perhaps the result was something to shout about after all....

 By Max Hicks

Lessons learnt as Swansea leave the Boleyn Ground empty-handed

Swansea City manager Garry Monk believes this is the first time this season his side didn't play up to their ability.

The Swans' poor record at the Boleyn Ground continued Sunday with a 3-1 defeat to West Ham.

The loss shouldn't have surprised anyone who compared the teams' relative strengths and weaknesses before the game -- a cross-happy West Ham were always likely to profit from a Swans side weak at full-back -- but there were some surprises in store Sunday.

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Here are three talking points from the game:

No Fabianski, no defence

If Swansea don't have goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski's red card rescinded, the real story...

Andy Carroll has West Ham dreaming of Europe after towering display

Sam Allardyce said before the match he couldn't have signed Wilfried Bony as he had committed to landing Andy Carroll, and the former Liverpool striker turned the match around with two headers.

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts as Andy Carroll inspired West Ham to a 3-1 win over Swansea on Sunday to move up to third in the Premier League for the time being.

West Ham fans dreaming of Europe

A few minutes after a resurgent Andy Carroll had claimed his second goal of the game and Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski had been sent off to pretty much secure an eventual 3-1 West Ham United win, Upton Park erupted in an ear-catching chant.

"Barcelona," the entire ground roared, "we're coming for you!"

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 By Max Hicks

Can Swansea get past West Ham's athletic and physical style of play?

Swansea manager Gary Monk commends West Ham for their impressive run of form.

The last match between Swansea and West Ham turned out to be something of a landmark -- it was Michael Laudrup's last game in charge of the Swans. That game, played in London on Feb. 1 this year, ended 2-0 to the Hammers with Swansea putting in perhaps their worst performance of that season.

A similar scoreline this time around won't put Garry Monk out of his job, and some might even be preparing for a loss given the way the teams' strengths and weaknesses match up.

Here are three considerations...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea finally hold on to a lead with late win over QPR

Ki Sung-Yeung played in a more attacking role and got on the score sheet.

After losing two more points at home last Saturday to lead the Premier League in points lost from winning positions -- 13 in total -- Swansea apparently decided the best way to avoid losing a lead against the league's worst away team, QPR, on Tuesday night was to not take one until really late in the game. Still, a convincing 2-0 victory should reassure the squad after Saturday's frustration. Here are three observations from that victory.

Ki thrives in new role

Leon Britton's return from a long-term...