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Swansea Jul 20, 2014
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 Posted by Max Hicks
10 hours ago

Why aren't you watching Swansea,
Mr. Hodgson?

Swansea recorded their third win of the campaign with a convincing 3-0 victory over West Brom.

You can usually tell when Swansea are doing well without even looking at their results or the league table. If you listen carefully, you'll hear a small chorus of voices trying to make themselves heard in the Premier League cacophony, asking the same question: Why aren't Swansea's excellent English players being given international caps?

This time around, it is Nathan Dyer's name being shouted loudest in protest to Roy Hodgson's blindness to what happens over the border. OK, so the Swans are tec...

 Posted by Max Hicks
3 days ago

Swansea still lacking at spots

Swansea City manager Garry Monk praises his team after their 1-0 win over Burnley.

Swansea have had a great start to the season, but if we're being completely honest, the team have yet to come up against a really strong opponent. A historical opening-day victory over Manchester United has been put in some perspective by United's subsequent results, while relegation favourites Burnley were truthfully unlucky not to draw after last week's second half.

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4 days ago

Bafetimbi Gomis used 'Football Manager' to clue up on Swansea

Bafetimbi Gomis didn't know a lot about Swansea City.

Bafetimbi Gomis has admitted that, having moved to Swansea City over the summer after spending the last decade or so in French football, he used one of his favourite computer games to clue himself up on his new employers.

A self-confessed 'Football Manager' addict, Gomis used the game's astonishingly detailed database to research Swansea; reading up on the club's history and manager Garry Monk's track record, as well as the various strengths and weaknesses of his new teammates.

Speaking in an i...

 Posted by Max Hicks
7 days ago

A trio of lessons to learn for Swansea

Garry Monk has enjoyed a fine start to the season and Wilfried Bony in particular has caught the eye for Swansea.

Swansea have started the season brightly, but before attentions turn to West Brom at the weekend and the search for a third successive win, Garry Monk's men must negotiate a Capital One Cup second-round tie Tuesday night against Rotherham.

Monk will be presented with an opportunity to rotate his new squad, and here are three observations from Saturday that the Swansea manager might consider heading into a busy week.

Wilfried Bony is a football genius

The striker's scoring prowess is not news, b...

 Posted by Max Hicks
Aug 21, 2014

Swansea have shot at three points

ESPN FC's Joao Castelo-Branco reports from Manchester following Swansea's defeat of Manchester United and highlights the Swansea fans celebrating their victory and momentary league topping status.

Whenever I think of Burnley in the context of Swansea City, I remember the David Edgar loan fiasco. Three and a half years ago, when still a Championship side, Swansea attempted to bring defender Edgar in on loan to cover for an injured Garry Monk, but failed to get international clearance in time. The same thing happened six months later with a loan move for another defender, Rafik Halliche (from Fulham), and again the same summer with a transfer for yet another defender Darnel Situ (from RC Le...

 Posted by Michael Cox
Aug 19, 2014

Ramsey, Sigurdsson show their quality

As the first week of the English Premier League concludes the ESPN FC panel discuss who they feel make up the Team of the Weekend.

The opening day of the 2014-15 Premier League season was bookended by two Welsh successes. First, Swansea provided a shock win at Manchester United, and then Wales captain Aaron Ramsey scored a last-minute winner to hand Arsenal a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

It's been a while since Wales has been so prominent on the football map. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s there was Ryan Giggs and little more, while Swansea and Cardiff struggled lower down England's football pyramid. Last season, how...