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 Posted by Max Hicks
22 hours ago

Chelsea expose Swansea's defensive midfielder deficiency

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno examines Chelsea's great start to the season and their 4-2 win versus Swansea where Diego Costa notched a hat-trick.

For 20 minutes on Saturday, Swansea manager Garry Monk almost had everyone convinced that he truly is a football genius.

It looked for all the world as if he was about to top his Manager of the Month award by knocking off Jose Mourinho's unbeaten Chelsea side at Stamford Bridge. The game plan was exactly right -- relentless organised pressure to steal the ball, keep the ball and score the opening goal.

Chelsea couldn't get a foothold, unused to being assaulted with quite so much intensity.

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 Posted by Miguel Delaney
2 days ago

Three Points: Chelsea vs. Swansea

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop recaps Chelsea's emphatic win over Swansea City.

Three thoughts on the 4-2 home victory for Chelsea against Swansea in the Premier League.

1. Mou right where he wants to be

It already looks ominous, and so does the rampant Diego Costa. With seven goals in just four games, his scoring record is much better than 100 percent, and it meant his team's 100 percent start to this season continues. Chelsea fully exploited the day's earlier draw between Arsenal and Manchester City to go that bit further ahead at the top of the table. If it seems ludicrous...

 Posted by Max Hicks
4 days ago

Jose Mourinho's Chelsea a litmus test for Garry Monk's Swansea

Swansea City manager Garry Monk praised his squad's recent victories but expects the toughest opposition yet when they play Chelsea.

Perfection is a hard thing to attain and even harder to maintain. Come five o'clock this Saturday, either Chelsea or Swansea's perfect start to the season will be over -- both, if the game ends in a draw. At the time of writing, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho and Swansea manager Garry Monk are predictably in the frame for 'manager of the month' plaudits, although one of them might have won it by the time you're reading this. If there's any justice, it should be Monk. Chelsea are among the favourites...

 Posted by Max Hicks
Sep 3, 2014

How did Swansea do in the window?

Ins and Outs

Players in: Lukasz Fabianski (Arsenal, free), Bafetimbi Gomis (Lyon, undisclosed), Stephen Kingsley (Falkirk, undisclosed), Marvin Emnes (Middlesbrough, £1.5m), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Tottenham, undisclosed), Jefferson Montero (Morelia, undisclosed), Giancarlo Gallifuoco (unattached), Federico Fernandez (Napoli, undisclosed), Modou Barrow (Ostersunds, undisclosed)

Players out: Michu (Napoli, loan), Leroy Lita, Jernade Meade, David N'gog and Darnel Situ (all released), Ben Davies and...

 Posted by Max Hicks
Sep 1, 2014

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

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 technically...

 Posted by Max Hicks
Aug 29, 2014

Swansea still lacking at spots

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.

- Toe Poke: Gomis used 'FM 2014' for Swansea info
- Report: Swans progress past Rotherham
- Report: Carroll ready for Swansea debut

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