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Is Renato Sanches destined to fail at Swansea City?

October 3rd, 2017 by

Young Renato Sanches successfully set the world alight whilst operating for Portugal at Euro 2016. The up and coming midfielder looked strong, capable in possession and somewhat threatening in front of goal throughout the entire tournament, subsequently capturing the widespread attention of Europe’s elite.   Bayern Munich eventually sought to land the now 20-year-old international, despite his largely untested nature and all-round lack of major experience. €35 million seemed like…

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The ‘American Dream’ ends abruptly down in South Wales

December 28th, 2016 by

Former head-coach of the USA national team, Bob Bradley, has been forced to part ways with Swansea City but a few weeks after first taking charge down at the Liberty Stadium. The task was always something uphill battle for the American tactician, as the Swans continue to disappoint among the English top-flight.   Like Francesco Guidolin, Garry Monk and Michael Laudrup before him – Bradley has been issued the cold shoulder…

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Have Swansea City chosen wisely this time around?

October 11th, 2016 by

After witnessing the likes of Brendan Rodgers, Michael Laudrup and Garry Monk all leave the Liberty Stadium hot-seat for pastures new in recent seasons, Swansea City seemingly found themselves with yet another big decision on their hands once the club’s latest managerial departure of Francesco Guidolin, was finally announced.   The 61-year-old Italian tactician ultimately failed to set the English top-flight alight during his brief spell down in South Wales…

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Will Swansea City regret parting ways with last season’s top goal-scorer?

August 15th, 2016 by

When Swansea City first announced the signing of Olympique Marseille’s Andre Ayew last summer, it was the type of move that most loyal Swans fans believed would successfully take their club into the new season, with potential progress still to come in the not too distant future.   But whilst the well-established Ghanaian international nonetheless ended the 2015/16 campaign as the top goal-scorer down at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea City…

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Are Swansea City really too good to go down this season?

January 30th, 2016 by

Although no minor miracles were expected of Garry Monk and his often impressive Swansea City outfit at the start of the 2015/16 campaign, few ever expected the plucky Welsh club to be entering the second half of the season within the midst of a clear relegation dog-fight.   The Swans certainly saw their fortunes improve somewhat after defeating Everton last time out in the league, but as the recently appointed…

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Who do Swansea City fans really want as their club’s next manager?

January 4th, 2016 by

Despite ending the 2014/15 campaign on relatively stable ground, and subsequently paying witness to a rather fruitful time over the course of the summer transfer period, Swansea City have most definitely failed to hit their strongest form throughout the current season.   Although the threat of relegation does indeed feel some way off for the Swans at this particular stage in the proceedings, the determined Welsh outfit simply must up…

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