Premier League & Swansea City

The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. Swansea City Association Football Club is a Welsh professional football club based in Swansea, Wales and currently playing in the English Premier League, the only Welsh club to have ever played in the division since the Premier League was formed. 5.0/5

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South America is now the home of world class strikers. The best in the world. Sergio Aguero, Alexis Sanchez and Diego Costa are Premier League leading lights - the main reason is desire Hunger. It is the word that is consistently used by managers and fellow players. Desire. That is another – as is drive. And passion. And fight. Above all, in fact, it is fight. The highly-charged language chosen to refer to the South American strikers who are dominating the Premier League is increasingly dramatic and spoken in awed terms. RELATED ARTICLES Manchester City v Arsenal: Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez - who's the best striker? Swansea City 0 Chelsea 5, match report: Diego Costa and Oscar bag braces in comprehensive Premier League win How ex-Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson scuppered Man City move for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez That language refers to Chelsea’s Diego Costa and, more pertinently this weekend, to Sergio Aguero and Alexis Sanchez who will face each other as Manchester City host Arsena ...
Manchester City have signed Ivory Coast striker Wilfried Bony from Premier League rivals Swansea City, the English champions said in a statement on Wednesday. Read full article Swans flap over 'done deal' for Bony Swansea criticised the Ivory Coast Football Federation on Wednesday for saying their striker Wilfried Bony had completed a proposed 28.0 million pounds transfer to Premier League rivals Man City. Villa sign Valencia's Gil Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert hopes the signing of Spanish midfielder Carles Gil from Valencia on Tuesday can help spark some life into his shot-shy team. Hull suffer Jelavic, Hernandez injury blow Hull City's Premier League survival prospects suffered a blow on Tuesday with the news that injured strikers Nikica Jelavic and Abel Hernandez could be missing for six weeks. Saints should march into UCL An impressive 1-0 win at Manchester United should give Southampton the impetus to finish in the Premier League top four and qualify for next season's Champions League. Sanogo join ...
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The Swansea City striker's representative says his client is only interested in moving to the Premier League champions with the transfer edging closer to completion The agent of Wilfried Bony, Francis Kacou, says a deal to take the Swansea City striker to Manchester City could be done in "a few days". The 26-year-old is Swansea's record signing after arriving from Vitesse Arnhem for €14 million in 2013 and ended 2014 as the top scorer in the Premier League for the calendar year with 20 goals. Goal understands that Bony has agreed a cut-price €96,000-a-week salary to complete a move to the Etihad Stadium, and his representative is confident the transfer could be completed this week. "Talks are going on and I really hope soon things will happen," Kacou told Sky Sports News. "There were rumours about other clubs, but at the moment it is City. "There are some small details about money but I think it will go alright in a few days." Bony, speaking before boarding a plane join up with the Ivory Coast squad f ...
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Chelsea and City pass West test as well as Man U and Southamton win . . . . . . . . . . Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United showed their rivals no seasonal cheer on Friday as they consolidated their positions in the Premier League table with one-sided Boxing Day victories. Leaders Chelsea set the tone by overcoming West Ham United 2-0. City followed suit with a 3-1 success at West Bromwich Albion and United kept pace by beating Newcastle United 3-1, with Wayne Rooney scoring twice and making one. Chelsea continue to lead City by three points, with United seven points further back, while West Ham's loss allowed Southampton, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea City and Liverpool to make up ground in the race for the top four. Goals in each half from John Terry and Diego Costa – his 13th of the campaign – earned Jose Mourinho's Chelsea a one-sided home win over West Ham, who slipped to fifth. West Ham were expected to provide a stern test after a run of five games without defeat, but despite . ...
Week 16 of the Barclays Premier League, dramatic 2-1 victory for Tottenham against Swansea City. Player Rating 1 Hugo Lloris 7 Fantastic display from the French stopper. Great awareness for danger, saved Bony’s several shots. He was out of position and wrong-footed in the Swansea’s equalizer. 33 Ben Davies 6.5 First match against his former club, great performance at the first half, especially his “Ledley King” tackle on Bony was brilliant. But he failed to handle Routledge’s attacking run at most of the second half. 5 Jan Vertonghen 7 Solid defense in tonight’s game. Nothing special from him. 21 Federico Fazio 6 Made few mistakes which nearly cost an equalizer and a lead from Swansea. Powerful defense against Bony, stopped several offense. But a sloppy performance in the whole match. 2 Kyle Walker 7 First start in the Premier League since March against Chelsea due to injury. Trying to get his best form in the match. But his defense and his movement were fit enough to stop the threat from Jef ...
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"Wilfried Bony is the first Premier League player to score 20 goals in 2014." He deserves better than Swansea City. . .
Liverpool's Italian striker Mario Balotelli, 24, could be heading back to Serie A with Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini eager to secure his return to the San Siro. (Daily Star Sunday) Mancini could also return to former club Manchester City to sign England midfielder James Milner, 28, whose contract talks with the Premier League champions have broken down. (Sun - subscription required) Colombia international Fredy Guarin, 28, could be going in the other direction with Liverpool considering a January loan deal for the Inter midfielder. (Sunday People) Chelsea have made a £30m bid for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman, 24, in an attempt to beat Manchester United to the signing of the Netherlands international in January. (Sunday Express) But United are set to pip neighbours Manchester City to the signature of Fiorentina's Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado, 26, next month. (Sport Mediaset - in Italian) Everton have joined Arsenal, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid in the chase for Croatia international a ...
Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League – Latest score, news updates, live match report and result from the Libery Stadium on Sunday, Dec 14, 2014, kick-off 16:00 (GMT)
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SIGGY OUTLINES SIMILARITIES BETWEEN BONY AND KANE Gylfi Sigurdsson has outlined the similarities between his Swansea City teammate Wilfried Bony and Tottenham Hotspur youngster Harry Kane. Both Bony and Kane are strikers and have been in impressive form in recent weeks in the Premier League. While 26-year-old Ivory Coast international striker Bony scored seven goals and created 17 chances in 15 Premier League appearances, Kane has scored twice and created six chances in 11 league matches. Although the stats are firmly in the Swansea striker’s favour, one needs to consider that Kane has only just started to get some decent playing time and is still 21 years of age. Sigurdsson, who joined Swansea from Tottenham in the summer Transfer Window, has underlined the similarities between the two strikers. “They are similar in the sense that they are players who can score goals from nothing," Sky Sports quotes the Iceland international as saying. ”They have a wonderful finish. “Bony is probably physically s ...
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We kick off this weekend with Almeria v Real Madrid on friday 12th at 19:45. Saturday 13th the Barclays Premier League matches at 13:00 and Arsenal v Newcastle United at 17:30 followed by Spin MobileDj for the nights entertainment. Finishing up on Sunday 14th with Manchester United v Liverpool at 13:30 and Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur at 16:00.
London (AFP) - West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce hailed Andy Carroll after the striker's brace in a 3-1 victory over Swansea City fired his side to third place in the Premier League. Carroll, who missed the first three months of the season with an ankle injury, scored two headers and set up a late goal for substitute Diafra Sakho as West Ham came from behind to win at Upton Park.
Yer ol' perfesser knows nobody is wound up by the Premier League the way I am but still, from the Tales of the Trivial, here's the results, so far, with one match left to be played tocay and two tomorrow: Arsenal went to West Brom and left with a 1-0 victory over the bottom-bound bAGGIESW; Liverpool held off Stoke City, at Anfield, for a 1-0 result; at home, Queens Park Rangers defeated a determined Leicester side, 3-2, at home; Burnley FC, at home, drew with Aswton Villa, at one all; Swansea City also drew 1-1, with Crystal Palace, who are playing much better these days; Man United spanked Hull, 3-0, to hold on for a while to their place in the Top 4; and West Ham ended Newcastle's recent streak, topping the Maghpies, 1-0. Still to come, today, Chelsea at the Stadium opf Light, for Sunderland; tomorrow features matches between Man City at St. Mary's for Southampton, and Everton v Spurs at White Hart Lane.
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Mikel Arteta knows Arsenal must be more ruthless after a defeat to Manchester United that the midfielder described as "not fair".United were 2-1 winners at the Emirates Stadium to move above Arsene Wenger's side in the Premier League table on Saturday. Arsenal lost by the same scoreline at Swansea City before the international break and are down in eighth place after the first 12 top-flight games. Captain Arteta felt the defeat was harsh on Arsene Wenger's side, but realises they must make the most of their dominance in matches if they are to challenge for honours. "I'm shocked," said the former Everton man. "I think we played our best game this season in terms of what we demand of ourselves - the quality in the way we attacked, how we won the ball back, how consistent we were throughout, the amount of chances we created. "When you are in the box and you can't manage to score in that many situations, you can't expect to win. "It's not fair for the players and the fans. How can I explain the result? I can' ...
Chelsea maintain lead as Toure rescues Man City: Diego Costa scored again as Chelsea established a seven-point lead at the Premier League summit by comfortably beating ten-man West Bromwich Albion 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. Costa opened the scoring in the 11th minute, leaping into the air to control Oscar’s left-wing cross on his chest and then slamming a side-foot volley past Ben Foster for his 11th goal of the campaign. Eden Hazard added a second in the 25th minute, smuggling a deflected shot beneath Foster from Cesc Fabregas’s corner, before West Brom’s Claudio Yacob was sent off for a two-footed challenge on Costa. Victory saw Chelsea set a new club record of 12 unbeaten games from the start of the season. Jose Mourinho’s side are now seven points clear of second-place Southampton, who vis­it Aston Villa on Monday, and remain eight points above defending cham­pions Manchester City, who won 2-1 at home to Swansea City. Despite having captain Vincent Kompany back from injury, Man­chester City fe ...
Stunning comments from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger who says his side must be “more realistic” about their Premier League title chances after losing 2-1 at Swansea City on Sunday. The Gunners went ahead through an Alexis Sanchez finish on 63 minutes, but a fine free kick from Glyfi Sigurdsson and a powerful header from Bafetimbi Gomis completed an impressive comeback by the Welsh side. [ 651 more words. ]
Swansea City 2 Arsenal 1: Sigurdsson and Gomis stun Arsenal were again unable to hold on to a lead as fought back to secure a 2-1 Premier League win at the Liberty Stadium. Sunderland 1 Everton 1: Honours even after Baines penalty A second-half penalty from Leighton Baines secured a 1-1 Premier League draw for at on Sunday. West Brom 0 Newcastle United 2: Perez on target again in win Ayoze Perez continued his fine form in front of goal as United cruised to a fifth straight win by beating 2-0. Tottenham 1 Stoke City 2: Pressure grows on Pochettino added to Mauricio Pochettino's Premier League woes with a 2-1 victory over at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
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One man's loss is another's gain, according to Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers, who could throw outcast forward Fabio Borini into the fray against NewcastleUnited on Saturday in the continued absence of leading striker Daniel Sturridge. Italian forward Borini has found first-team chances few and far between at Anfield since signing from AS Roma in 2012 and was sent out on loan to Sunderland last season. He was deemed surplus to requirements on his return to Liverpool, who accepted bids for the player from both Sunderland and Queens Park Rangers. The Italian, however, shunned the opportunity of a fresh start at a new club, where his chances of first-team football would have been greatly improved. After making only one Premier League start in nine games this season, the 23-year-old's chance to shine in a Liverpool shirt came in their 2-1 League Cup victory over Swansea City on Tuesday and Rodgers hailed his impact ahead of his side's trip to 14th-placed Newcastle. "Daniel Sturridge being out has been a bi ...
Tottenham will host Newcastle in the only all- Premier League match of the quarter-finals while Southampton travel to Sheffield United to complete the last-eight ties BET = NEW £36 DRAW £37 LIV £20 Chelsea will travel to Derby County while Liverpool will take on Bournemouth following the draw for the quarter-finals of the League Cup. Elsewhere, Manchester City's conquerors, Newcastle, will face Tottenham in an all-Premier League tie while League One Sheffield United host Southampton. Jose Mourinho's side faced the Rams in the third round of last season's Fa Cup - winning 2-0 - and will again take on Steve McClaren's side in their pursuit of the first available silverware of the season. Liverpool, meanwhile, have scraped past Middlesbrough and Swansea City in the earlier rounds and face their first away trip of the competition when they take on Eddie Howe's Championship high-flyers. Tottenham saw off Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday to book their place in the last eight and will host Alan Pardew's ...
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CHELSEA VS ARSENAL: 5 REASONS WHY ARSENAL CAN EARN A SUPRISE WIN AT Stamford Bridge Why Arsenal can end their poor record in big games this weekend. Arsenal are massive underdogs as they travel to take on London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.this weekend, but here are five reasons the club could spring a surprise result on Sunday afternoon... SEE ALSO: 1) Chelsea not convincing defensively Although Chelsea top the table and have scored the most goals in the Premier League so far this season, they have already conceded seven goals in their first six games. This is highly unlike a Jose Mourinho side, but it's clear that the Portuguese tactician has set his side out to be more attack-minded this season, leaving holes at the back that big sides will exploit. Having conceded three goals in a win over Everton and two in a home win over Swansea City, there's every chance Arsenal can take advantage of the Blues' frailties at the back. 2) Arsenal have pace in attack now Another reason Arsenal will pose a threa ...
Swansea City have confirmed that defender Jordi Amat will be out of action for six weeks with a knee injury. The Spaniard suffered ligament damage on Saturday during his side's 4-2 defeat at Chelsea in the Premier League. The 22-year-old is due to return from the sidelines at the end of October. Swa…
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The only two sides with 100% Premier League records this season clash on Saturday afternoon when Chelsea entertain co-leaders Swansea City at Stamford Bridge. Both teams have picked up the maximum nine points from their opening three games and are already starting to see a return on their summer acq…
CHELSEA HERE CHELSEA THERE LOAN HIGHLIGHTS 2 of our players currently out on loan at Premier League clubs can be pleased with their performances over the weekend. Ryan Bertrand played the full 90mins as Southampton maintained their impressive start to the season with a 1-0 win at Swansea City. Bertrand has started every game of the league campaign since moving to St Mary’s&the LB produced another assured display for Ronald Koeman’s side,who moved up to 2nd in the table following the victory. Southampton’s cause was aided when Swansea striker Wilfried Bony was sent off for a 2nd yellow card 5mins before half-time. Victor Wanyama scored the decisive goal in the 80th minute,but it might have been different had Bertrand not made a crucial goal-line clearance when the game was goalless. Victor Moses,meanwhile,impressed once again for Stoke City as they drew 2-2 vs QPR at Loftus Road. The Nigerian has enjoyed a solid start to his time with Mark Hughes’s side,&started on the left of a supporting attackin ...
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Diego Costa will reportedly be fit enough to start for Chelsea in this weekend's top-of- the-table Premier League match against Swansea City. The summer signing, who has hit the ground running with four goals in three games for his new club, withdrew from the Spain squad for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Macedonia with a hamstring problem. However, according to multiple reports this afternoon, the 25-year-old could be passed fit to face the Swans. He will continue to be closely monitored throughout the week ahead of the encounter at Stamford Bridge, where at least one of the two sides will see their 100% start to the season come to an end
Benjamin Stambouli says he had a lot of transfer options to consider before Tottenham Hotspur came in for him and he did not hesitate to move to White Hart Lane. The midfielder completed a switch from Montpellier to Spurs on Deadline Day, signing a five-year deal with Mauricio Pochettino’s men. He had an opportunity to go to home town club Marseille, while Fiorentina and Swansea City were also reported to be interested. Stambouli admits that he was tempted by all three clubs, but as soon as Tottenham entered the running he jumped at the chance and is now looking forward to playing in a different country. The 24-year-old told L’Equipe: “You can’t refuse a club like Tottenham. I didn’t hesitate. “Going abroad was a choice for my personal life. I wanted to discover a new football, another culture. “When you are born in Marseille, playing there is always difficult. Moreover, I didn’t have any guarantee to play in my best position as a midfielder. “But Marseille made me think a lot. It was no ...
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Burnley, Manchester United draw Manchester United’s record signing Angel Di Maria was unable to inspire his side to victory as the Red Devils were held to a goalless draw by Burnley at Turf Moor. The new No.7 made his full debut for the Red Devils but lasted only 68 minutes as Louis Van Gaal replaced the Argentina international with Anderson. Having failed to beat Swansea City or Sunderland prior to a midweek League Cup humbling at the hands of MK Dons, Van Gaal's men produced another disjointed display and could have few complaints with the result despite being denied a late penalty when substitute Ashley Barnes appeared to handle a shot from Ashley Young. Indeed, Burnley had opportunities to emulate the 1-0 victory they memorably secured when the sides last met at Turf Moor in August 2009, with David Jones coming the closest to a goal when striking the crossbar early on. Sean Dyche's side will surely take heart from claiming a first Premier League point of the season, following defeats to Chelsea and ...
Swansea City 1 Burnley 0: Nathan Dyer makes it two wins from two Premier League games for Garry Monk's side
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal says he will win the Premier League title in the next three years. After David Moyes took the 2012-13 champions to seventh place last season, Van Gaal has been tasked with rebuilding the Red Devils. However, his tenure got off to a disappointing competitive start with a 2-1 home defeat by Swansea City last weekend, leaving fans begging Van Gaal so strengthen his squad. With money at his disposal and the club's youth players to work with - having shown a propensity to do just that during his managerial career at the likes of Ajax, Barcelona and Bayern Munich - the Dutchman is expected to return United to the top of the English game. In an interview with Telegraph columnist and former United defender Gary Neville, Van Gaal has declared that while it will take time to mould the current squad in his image, by the time his contract expires at the end of the 2016-17 campaign, United will be far stronger. "I have said from the beginning – I have not shouted - ‘We shal ...
Cardiff City are setting their sights on a new defensive transfer target after Manchester United decided to keep Michael Keane at Old Trafford for the new season. The Bluebirds were hopeful of securing a loan deal for the 21-year-old centre-half as they looked to strengthen their defence ahead of the Transfer Window closing on September 1. But after United’s 2-1 opening-day Premier League defeat to Swansea City, Van Gaal has opted to keep the youngster in his thoughts. United, having parted company with Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra, are short of defensive numbers, and Van Gaal sees Keane as a vital squad member. He was full of praise for the England U-21 international during United’s summer tour. Despite the setback, it is thought Bluebirds’ boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may still be looking elsewhere, having watched potential targets in the UK and Europe over the past month. If they were to recruit a new defender, it would Cardiff’s ninth signing of the summer after Javi Guerra, Fede ...
Sturridge's streak, Van Gaal laid bare & Aguero tops scoring charts - Opta's Weekend in Numbers Van Gaal HAS IT ALL TO DO So the International Champions Cup isn't quite the barometer that some people thought it was. Manchester United's serene progress to victory in the United States in July was given a context injection as Swansea City left Old Trafford with all three points on Saturday lunchtime. No team scored more than twice on Saturday and Sunday and if neither Burnley nor Chelsea score three or more on Monday night it will be the first time since 1912 that no team has scored three on the opening weekend. 102 years of hurt. It's not all doom and gloom for Manchester United. There have been three instances in Premier League history of a team losing their opening game and going onto win the league, with United the successful team in each instance. Leicester new boy Leonardo Ulloa scored on his Premier League debut and in doing so became only the fifth player with a surname starting with the letter 'U' t ...
Manchester United’s pre-season had gone a lot better than any red devil would’ve imagined, but the shock opening day defeat to Swansea City at Old Trafford on Saturday may have given United fans cause for concern However, new boss Louis Van Gaal has still injected some new-found drive in the Old Trafford players and a number of pre-season outings have given us a glimpse of just how good they’ll be next season, regardless of their somewhat deflated start. They’ve been impressive under LVG this summer. Just as impressive as TrustFord’s new Signing on Fee offer , which gives you £500 off the purchase of any new Ford car. David Moyes failed to jump-start a new era at the club last season following a number of poor modifications to the Former Premier League champions. But LVG looks like he’s got things in order after bringing in a bargain or two, particularly Ander Herrera, who impressed this weekend. And it’s Man United’s engine room that appears to have been fine-tuned the most, with Herrera ...
United's season got off to a disappointing start, as Swansea City won 2-1 at Old Trafford to hand new manager Louis Van Gaal a defeat in his first Premier League game in charge. There were plenty of problems in the patchwork Red Devils starting XI, but the defence remains a huge concern given that youngster Tyler Blackett was forced to start the game after injury to Jonny Evans. Alongside Evans, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Michael Keane, Blackett is one of just five centre backs in the United squad - and given that Van Gaal is determined to use the 3-4-1-2 system that served him so well with the Netherlands at the World Cup in Brazil this summer, more central defenders are certainly needed. Sporting Lisbon's Marcos Rojo remains a key target as a potential left sided centre back after the collapse of United's bid for ex- Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, but one world class centre back is needed too. A deal for Borussia Dortmund's Mats Hummels looks all but impossible, leaving Roma's Mehdi Benatia as t ...
Millions of Reds all over the world are united today in condemnation of a dire opening day performance from Louis Van Gaal’s side. The 2-1 defeat at the hands of Swansea City in front of a packed Old Trafford shattered hopes that a return to the glory days are just around the corner following last season’s sorry showing. Hopes were high going into the new season following the arrival of Van Gaal. But the display against a solid, but hardly sensational, Swansea was a total let down. Certain players – Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Javier Hernandez, Ashley Young, Marouane Fellaini and, of course, Nani – should hang their heads in shame. You wonder just how bad the Reds would be without the newly-appointed skipper Wayne Rooney. Sadly, only the England striker out of this sorry bunch of a squad would be an automatic choice for City or Chelsea, who are sure to be contesting the Premier League title. And arguably hardly any other of the United starting XI would make the Arsenal or even Liverpool teams in c ...
LOUIS THE DOUBTER. Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal has conceded that his side may not be capable of winning the Premier League title, but insists he knew that before the defeat against Swansea City. Asked if the players at his disposal are good enough to win the title, Van Gaal replied: "That is not the question because I know that before this game. But also with other players it's also a question of if they can play like a team and if they can reach the level." '
Manchester United 1-2 Swansea City: Sigurdsson condemns Van Gaal to opening day defeat The Iceland international struck late on to give Garry Monk's men a famous victory, despite Wayne Rooney cancelling out Ki Sung-Yueng's first-half opener with an acrobatic strike Gylfi Sigurdsson's smart finish saw Swansea Cityclaim a surprise 2-1 win at Manchester United as the Louis Van Gaal era started in defeat. Sigurdsson bagged the winner 18 minutes from time on Saturday as Van Gaal - tasked with improving the fortunes at Old Trafford after David Moyes' disastrous spell in charge last term - endured a day he will want to forget in his opening Premier League fixture. The Dutchman's 3-4-1-2 system did not appear to suit United despite being used in pre-season and they found themselves behind when Ki Sung-Yueng scored from 20 yards just before the half-hour mark. Van Gaal, known for his tinkering, swapped to 4-4-1-1 in the second half and it appeared to be the tonic for United's response, led by new captain Wayne R . ...
Louis Van Gaal's Manchester United reign got off to a false start on Saturday as Swansea City won 2-1 in the season's opening Premier League game at Old Trafford.
Premier League round-up Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham debut ended in dramatic victory as Eric Dier grabbed an injury-time winner against West Ham at Upton Park. England Under-21 defender Dier scored three minutes into injury time as a game full of controversy ended 1-0 to the visitors. Spurs had Kyle Naughton harshly sent off for handball on 30 minutes, but Mark Noble missed the resulting penalty, and the game ended 10-apiece with James Collins also dismissed for a second bookable offence. Leicester's return to the top flight ended with a 2-2 draw against Everton. Aidan McGeady gave last season's Europa League qualifiers Everton the lead at Leicester with a superb 20th minute goal, only to see Nigel Pearson's side equalise moments later through debut boy Leo Ulloa. Steven Naismith popped up to give Everton the lead again seconds before half-time but Chris Wood grabbed a late equaliser for the Foxes. It proved to be a good day for the away sides, started off by Swansea City who claimed a surprise 2-1 win ...
Swansea City will be boosted by the return of wingers Nathan Dyer and Wayne Routledge for the start of the Premier League season.The duo were absent for the Welsh club's closing pre-season friendly against Villarreal, which ended in a 3-0 defeat, but are back in contention for the trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Saturday. Dyer's wife went into labour prior to Saturday's match and the couple were then able to celebrate the arrival of their new son Shea. Routledge, meanwhile, missed out with a minor foot injury, but is back in training after having an injection to cure the problem. The pair face renewed competition for places in Garry Monk's starting XI this season following the arrival of Ecuador World Cup star Jefferson Montero. The return of Dyer and Routledge leaves Swansea with just three injury worries ahead of the top-flight curtain-raiser, with Leon Britton, Marvin Emnes and Jay Fulton all suffering with knee complaints.
Newcastle United find themselves top of the Premier League again... Only, this particular place at the top of table is all about the miles clocked up by the Toon Army this season. United fans have always been renowned for their loyalty down the years but now the AA have calculated Newcastle followers will travel the most. Mark Spowage, AA patrol of the year and Sheffield United fan, says: “Blades fans aside, the Toon Army has a reputation for some of the most passionate and committed support in the land. “They certainly need to be when they rack up around 8,200 miles and close to £1,100 in fuel travelling to all their away games.” However, Sunderland weren’t too far behind their rivals. Spowage said: “It was a nail-biting finish with the Mackems and Swansea fans pushing them close.” The AA Route Planner also noted that Newcastle fans who attend every away game will clock up a staggering 8,198 miles, closely followed by Sunderland (8,053), and Swansea City (7,905). Never won a trophy in over 6 ...
Wayne Rooney's career at Manchester United so far; ♣♣August 2004: 18-year-old Rooney signs for Manchester United from Everton in a £27m deal. ♣♣September 2004: Scores his first senior hat-trick on his United debut in a 6-2 victory over Fenerbahce in the Champions League. ♣♣November 2006: Signs a two-year extension to his United contract until 2012. ♣♣August 2009: Scores his 100th United goal, against Wigan Athletic in the Premier League. ♣♣April 2010: Named Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year and Football Writers' Association Player of the Year. ♣♣October 2010: Issues a statement saying he wants to leave United, before changing his mind days later and signing a new contract. ♣♣May 2013: Manager Sir Alex Ferguson drops Rooney from the final home game of the season against Swansea City, claiming the England striker had asked for a transfer. ♣♣September 2013: Becomes the fourth person to score 200 goals for United with his double in the 4-2 Champions Leag ...
TRANSFER TALK -Chelsea target Benatia Chelsea are targeting a move for Roma’s £30 million-rated centre-back Mehdi Benatia. Manchester United are also interested in the 27-year-old. -Liverpool consider Eto'o Liverpool are considering a move for Samuel Eto’o. The striker is available for free having left Chelsea earlier this summer. -Arsenal line up Agger move Arsenal are considering a £10 million bid for Liverpool centre-back Daniel Agger. -Everton & Tottenham on Kalou alert Everton and Tottenham are on alert as Salomon Kalou has been told he can leave Lille before the end of the Transfer Window. -Toure close to Trabzonspor switch Trabzonspor are close to securing a £1.5 million deal for Liverpool centre-back Kolo Toure. -Swansea keen to seal Fernandez deal Swansea City are keen to wrap up their £8 million deal for Napoli centre-back Federico Fernandez before their opening Premier League fixture against Manchester United. -Nastasic set for Man City exit The arrival of Eliaquim Mangala at Manchester ...
Louis Van Gaal takes charge of Manchester United at Old Trafford for the very first time on Tuesday night, when the Red Devils' play their final pre-season friendly against Spanish giants Valencia. The veteran Dutch coach is expected to stick with the 3-5-2 formation which served United so well on the club's tour of the United States. The Premier League giants secured the International Champions Cup last week, beating AS Roma, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and fierce rivals Liverpool along the way. Indeed, the team Van Gaal picks to start against Valencia on Tuesday evening is likely to be the same side that starts against Swansea City in United's opening match of the 2014/15 Premier League campaign on Saturday afternoon. But, for any players on the fringes of the first team along with those reportedly on the Old Trafford axe list, this will be one final chance to impress Van Gaal before the season gets underway. Old Trafford debuts for Shaw and Herrera Two players almost certain to start - or at least feature ...
Rory Mcilroy says he is playing "the best golf" of his life and enjoying a summer beyond his "wildest dreams" after securing the US PGA Championship. The Open champion, 25, landed his second major in as many months - and says he will celebrate at Manchester United's opening Premier League match. "I've got a week off now and I'm going to enjoy it," McIlroy told BBC Sport. "I don't know if I can parade both the Claret Jug and the Wanamaker Trophy at Old Trafford on Saturday. I'll try!" McIlroy, a United fan, will watch them play Swansea City fresh from winning his fourth major. He said the manner of his latest victory was particularly satisfying. "I gutted it out," McIlroy, who wrapped up victory in the gathering gloom by one shot, explained. "It was different from my previous major wins. "To win my second major this year and a fourth by the age of 25, it's just incredible. "I'm going to celebrate and share it with the people who are close to me. I'll be back home in Northern Ireland at the end of the week. ...
Shaw targeting the title Luke Shaw cannot wait to run out at Old Trafford as a Manchester United player for the first time as he targets Barclays Premier League glory with his new club. The 19-year-old is set to face Valencia on Tuesday night in the final fixture before the campaign starts on Saturday against Swansea City. "As a kid, it’s a dream to play at Old Trafford," he told MUTV . "It’s one of the biggest arenas in the world, you would say. "To know it’s going to be my home ground is something special. I can’t wait to get my first touch on the pitch just to relish it." When asked if everybody must be feeling positive after a fine pre-season, Shaw insisted regaining the title is on the players' agenda after a disappointing campaign last time out. "You have got to be positive and, for me personally, I have come here to win trophies," he asserted. "It is something everyone wants, not just me. Everyone in that dressing-room is looking to do it. "We want to win the Premier League. Obviously there ...
Swansea hit back over Vorm transfer claim Swansea City chiefs insist Michel Vorm's transfer to Tottenham Hotspur was conducted correctly after the Dutch goalkeeper's former club Utrecht threatened to report the Premier League team to FIFA. Utrecht claim they have not received 30 per cent of Vorm's transfer fee, which they allege was part of a sell-on agreement between them and the Swans when he moved to Wales for STG1.5 million ($A2.74 million) in 2011. Dutch international Vorm, who was a member of the Netherlands' squad at the recent World Cup, moved to White Hart Lane last month for what Swansea described as an undisclosed fee. "The transfer of Michel Vorm was conducted and concluded correctly under Premier League rules," a Swansea spokesman said. "While we have been in contact with Utrecht as a matter of courtesy, we will continue to conduct our business in the best interest of our football club and our supporters, and not based on the views of other clubs. "Unlike some countries abroad, we do not have ...
Louis Van Gaal has confirmed that Robin Van Persie will miss Manchester United's Premier League opener with Swansea City
still on Atletico's radar: Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla is still on Atletico Madrid’s radar. Depending on any potential sales, the Spanish champions are weighing up a €20 million bid for the 29-year-old. Source: AS Wednesday, July 30, 2014 08:43 Bayern to wait for Valdes: Bayern Munich are willing to wait until October to sign ex-Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes, who is currently recovering from a knee injury. The Spaniard's wages would not be an issue but he may be put off by competition with Manuel Neuer. Source: Mundo Deportivo Tuesday, July 29, 2014 17:54 Valbuena set to complete Dynamo Moscow move: Mathieu Valbuena could complete his move from Olympique de Marseille to Dynamo Moscow in the next few days. The France international is expected to sign a three-year deal worth €10m per season. Source: L'Equipe Wednesday, July 30, 2014 08:38 Sunderland and Swansea eye Van Dijk: Virgil Van Dijk has attracted interest of Premier League clubs Sunderland and Swansea City. The Celtic defender has a ...
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United's game against Swansea City on 16 August will be the second time the Reds have played in the opening Premier League fixture of the campaign. In 2005, Ruud Van Nistelrooy and Wayne Rooney scored in a 2-0 win at Everton.
Tottenham Hotspur have entered the race for Southampton Dejan Lovren. Mauricio Pochettino is eager to add the centre-back to his squad, and is prepared to rival Arsenal and Liverpool for his signature, according to the Daily Star. Arsenal are looking at as being a replacement for Thomas Vermaelen, who is expected to join Manchester United, while Liverpool hope landing Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana from Southampton will tempt the 24-year-old to follow their footsteps. But Tottenham have other ideas, and aim to continue their recent history of signing Croatian players, having previously signed Luka Modric, Niko Kranjcar and Vedran Corluka. If Lovren did move to White Hart Lane, he would most likely be a regular and form a defensive partnership with Michael Dawson. Meanwhile, Tottenham look set to add another addition to their defence, as Ben Davies is expected to sign from Swansea City for £8million. The left-back, who has impressed over the last two years in the Premier League, will be Pochettino’s fi ...
Today's transfer update: Kaka has revealed he will move on loan to Sao Paulo before joining new Major League Soccer club Orlando City following the mutual termination of his contract with AC Milan. Defender Stephen Kingsley has made the move from Scottish side Falkirk to Swansea City. Robert Snodgrass has joined Premier League side Hull City from relegated Norwich City on a three-year deal. Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers admits he is closing in on his third signing of the summer, but would not confirm whether Adam Lallana would be following former Southampton team-mate Rickie Lambert to Anfield.
LATEST HEADLINES Sunderland make Williams bid Chelsea duo keen on Fabregas Newcastle seal Perez switch Paper Talk Sky Bet's Transfer Specials Transfer Talk on Sky Sports News Radio 19:59 Here's more on the news that Swansea City captain Ashley Williams has been the subject of a bid, understood to be in the region of £4million, from Sunderland. Williams is about to enter the final year of his contract at Swansea and has previously been linked with the likes of Arsenal, Napoli and Queens Park Rangers. 19:50 Former Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has been linked with a return to the Premier League this summer, with Arsenal reportedly considering a move for the Italy international. However, AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi isn't expecting Balotelli to leave the San Siro this summer. 19:27 Sky Sports sources understand Sunderland have made an undisclosed bid for Swansea City defender Ashley Williams. The Wales international has a year left on his contract and talks have started over an extension. ...
Manchester City are closing in on Fernando from Porto. The 26-year-old midfielder will cost the Premier League champions £15m. Full story: Daily Mirror Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla has urged fellow Spaniard Cesc Fabregas to rejoin the Gunners. Midfielder Fabregas, 27, looks set to leave Barcelona this summer. Full story: Metro Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer £61m to prise away Eden Hazard from Chelsea. But the 23-year-old winger says he is happy after being given the number 10 shirt at Stamford Bridge. Full story: Daily Mail Only a medical stands between Diego Costa and Chelsea. The 25-year-old striker is set to join the Blues for £32m. Full story: Daily Telegraph Wales midfielder Jonny Williams says Swansea City want to sign him. The 20-year-old is currently with Crystal Palace but said: "I spoke to my agent who said Swansea were interested." Full story: Wales Online Louis Van Gaal believes Holland could have David Moyes to thank for turning Robin Van Persie back into their World Cup lethal ...
Tottenham have offered Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino a three-year contract and are hoping to agree a deal within the next 48 hours. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to make a move to sign Real Madrid's 21-year-old defender Raphael Varane as a replacement for David Luiz. Paris Saint-Germain target Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris in a second megabucks raid on the Premier League following the signing of Luiz. Defender Ashley Williams, 29, is heading for a Swansea City exit as contract negotiations break down - Arsenal are interested. Brendan Rodgers pledges future to Liverpool after being reassured over transfer backing. QPR manager Harry Redknapp wants to sign 21-year-old West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison on a permanent deal. Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson wants a new contract which would quadruple his salary after guiding the Foxes into the Premier League. Championship side Birmingham City face massive cutbacks as Lee Clark's budget slashed to a quarter of last season's level. Wayne Rooney and D ...
Arsenal to make £3m bid for Ashley Williams following shock talks. Williams is an established Premier League defender. Arsenal are set to make a £3million swoop for Swansea City star Ashley Williams, as the centre back has told his club that he isn’t looking to stay there past the summer. Arsene Wenger according to reports has reignited his interest in the defender following talks between Swansea and Williams which resulted in the latter rejecting the offer of a new contract and asking for a move away from the Liberty Stadium. The 29 year old has been a target of Arsenal’s in the past, but until now had always appeared completely content with life in Wales. Now however he is preparing to move on as he reaches the twilight of his footballing career, and Wenger is ready to give him the opportunity to contest with the likes of Per Mertesacker, Laurent Koscielny and Thomas Vermaelen in the heart of his defence. It’s thought that Vermaelen may be on his way out of the club in the coming months, and so ...
Jose Mourinho demands cure to Chelsea travel sickness to sustain Premier League title push at Swansea City
Southampton will be looking to end the season on a high by seeing past Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium. While both sides have little to play for, Saints manager Mauricio Pochettino won’t want his side taking their foot off the gas as they seek out the best Premier League finish of their history.
Jonjo Shelvey scored one of the great goals of the 2013-14 Premier League season during Saturday's game between Swansea City and Aston Villa.
FULHAM missed the chance to climb out of the relegation zone after surrendering a two-goal lead to Hull City, but the news was better for fellow Premier League strugglers Swansea City thanks to a stunning goal by midfielder Jonjo Shelvey.
10 Reasons Brendan Rodgers Could Become Liverpool's Very Own Sir Alex Ferguson In terms of playing career, Brendan Rodgers and Sir Alex Ferguson experienced contrasting fortunes: The former had his career curtailed by a genetic knee condition, while the latter made over 300 appearances in Scottish football as a forward. Rodgers started his management career in youth football before graduating to senior-level football with Reading and Watford, then found true success with Swansea City. Ferguson, on the other hand, started at East Stirlingshire and St. Mirren before landing an ultimately successful gig at Aberdeen. It was at Swansea and Aberdeen, respectively, where the two managers found their first tremendous successes: Rodgers brought a Welsh club into the Premier League for the first time ever, while Ferguson gatecrashed the Old Firm duopoly by winning the Scottish league. Those jobs proved to be stepping stones toward two of the world’s most storied football clubs. Which brings us to our next compari ...
Adam Armstrong may get his full Premier League debut against Swansea City:
THREE PLAYER THAT COULD DECIDE THE TOP THREE Premier LeaGUE TRIUMPH. After another weekend of results from the Premier League the title race could not be much closer, with Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City all with a realistic chance of winning. On Sunday the Reds and City went head-to -head at Anfield, where a strike from Coutinho earned a 3-2 victory for Brendan Rodgers' side in the crucial tie. The Blues also triumphed at the weekend away to Swansea City and they and the Merseysiders are still yet to meet, whilst the Citizens have two games in hand. It means that if Manuel Pellegrini's men were to win both of those matches, then just two points would be separating all three sides with four ties left to play. Whilst football is of course a team sport there have been some superb individual performances from all three sides and there are some players that are going to be vital in the title race. So have decided to pick out the three most vital stars for each of the three clubs, who are likely to be t ...
A BARE-CHESTED man was led away by stewards at the Liberty Stadium during Swansea City's Premier League game with Chelsea. It's not know which set of fans he was with, or why he was being led...
Chelsea remain two points behind Premier League leaders Liverpool thanks to a goal from Demba Ba in a 1-0 win at Swansea City.
Second-placed Chelsea beat 10 men Swansea City 1-0, to keep up the pressure on Premier League leaders Liverpool. That left Chelsea two points behind Liverpool after 34 games each with the Blues due to travel to Anfield for a potential title decider in two weeks time. Earlier, Liverpool improved their prospects of a first English title for 24 years with a thrilling 3-2 win over third-placed Manchester City.
Newcastle United have sold out their allocations for their final two away games of the 2013/14 Barclays Premier League campaign. The Magpies travel to Arsenal on Monday, 28th April (8pm kick-off), followed by a trip to title-chasers Liverpool on the last day of the season - Sunday, 11th May (3pm kick-off). And United fans have wasted no time in snapping up every seat for the fixtures, with 2,000 supporters heading to the Emirates Stadium, and a further 2,800 filling the away end at Anfield. Despite the away-day sell-outs, fans can still secure their tickets for Newcastle's final two top flight home games, against Swansea City and Cardiff City.
Swansea want De Guzman stay: Swansea City boss Garry Monk hopes there is a summer deal to be done which will k...
:: Flamini - Kallstrom is a positive for us :: Mathieu Flamini was impressed by Kim Kallstrom's debut against Swansea City. "It was a great performance when he came in," Flamini told Arsenal Player. "I'm happy for him because it was his first game and we were all very happy to welcome him at Arsenal and in our team. "He's a player with a lot of quality and if he has some time to play I'm sure it will be very positive for our team." Flamini admits it has been a challenging week for the club but insists the team is determined to produce a reaction against Manchester City on Saturday. "We know Manchester City is a strong team," he said. "We know they're a team who is hoping to win the Premier League but we want to prove we are a strong side and it will be important for us to react tomorrow with a victory. "Of course it's been a difficult week, especially after the 6-0 at Chelsea and the draw but I think we have an interesting game tomorrow and it's good for us because we can prove to everyone that we can giv ...
Former Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo could be in contention to replace Sam Allardyce at West Ham United, [football] direct news understands. The current Hammers boss is under pressure at Upton Park after his negative tactics provoked an angry reaction from the club's fans in yesterday's 2-1 win over Hull City, and Allardyce's reaction to their complaints has not helped matters. The former Bolton Wanderers manager has been under pressure for much of this season due to some disappointing results in the Premier League, and a decision could now be made in the summer depending on the availability of the West Ham board's replacement candidates. Reports today suggest that former Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup is being considered, while a club insider believes Di Matteo is also high on their list of targets. The Italian has been out of work since being dismissed by Chelsea early last season, but his sacking was seen as unfair by many after he guided the Blues to the Champions League just months earlier. ...
Scholes takes a dig at Arsenal - 26 March 2014, 13:12 Once one of Arsenal's chief tormentors on the pitch, Paul Scholes dissected the Gunners with a withering verbal assault after a home draw with Swansea City on Tuesday ended any hope of a late Premier League title charge. The former Manchester United midfielder was known for letting his boots do the talking during a glittering Old Trafford career but when asked to pick over the pieces of Arsenal's season, he held nothing back. "It was a typical week for Arsenal really," Scholes, who was working for Sky Sports as a pundit, said after the Gunners drew 2-2 with Swansea City, three days after a 6-0 drubbing at the hands of Chelsea in Arsene Wenger's 1 000th game in charge. "They capitulated at Chelsea and it seems to be a similar theme again at the top teams. "It happened at Liverpool. They conceded six against Man City and for one reason or another players seem to go missing... "It seems like they go on the pitch with no discipline. "It's as though four, f ...
England Posted on March 26, 2014 by john Wenger: This result hurts us a lot(AFP) Arsene Wenger admitted Arsenal have probably blown their chance of winning the English Premier League title after a frustrating 2-2 draw against Swansea City. Wenger’s side are six points behind leaders Chelsea with only seven games left following the latest setback to their spluttering challenge at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday.
EXCLUSIVE: Arsene Wenger is set to rip out the spine of the Arsenal team following their 6-0 massacre at Chelsea. Wojciech Szczesny, Olivier Giroud and Mikel Arteta are all in line to be dropped from the side for the Premier League visit of Swansea City. (DailyMail) -Sami
Everton 3-2 Swansea City: Baines, Barkley & Lukaku strike for in-form Toffees Everton moved up to fifth place in the Premier League as a 3-2 victory at Goodison Park left opponents Swansea City winless in eight games. Leighton Baines, Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley were on target to secure a 11th home league win for Roberto Martinez's men this season, moving them above Tottenham, who host Southampton on Sunday. Baines opened the scoring with a penalty, maintaining his 100 per cent record from the spot in the Premier League, only for Wilfried Bony to pull Swansea level before half-time. Lukaku and Barkley then found the net early in the second half to take the game away from the visitors and leave Garry Monk still searching for his second win since succeeding Michael Laudrup. Ashley Williams pulled a goal back in stoppage time, but it was not enough for Swansea, who will be looking nervously over their shoulders towards the relegation zone. The hosts began well and could have opened the scoring as early as ...
Why Bash Means So Much By Pete Millard Over the last twenty or so years I’ve watched hundreds of players represent Bash at hundreds of grounds, and over the last fifteen years or so have barely missed a game. Many of them were totally forgettable, but some will Stay With Me forever. Who would have thought in November 1995 when they scraped a 1-0 win at the Recreation Ground that our Fa Cup Second Round opponents Swansea City would now be in the Premier League and playing in Europe, while we are on the verge of extinction. For those of you who don’t know me, I’ve done various different jobs at Bash in that time, but primarily spending Four Seasons as football secretary - as I’m sure Dave can attest from his time doing it, it’s a tough job! I’ve got to know so many people and made so many friends both from our club and from others, and Bash have been a huge part of my life over that time – through good times and bad, to make me laugh or cry, the club has been there for me. I’d like to try an ...
What a day for Ysgol Dewi Sant football team... won Swansea City tournament and will now represent Swans in Premier League finals day held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester!
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BIRMINGHAM MAIL Paul Lambert is refusing to panic about Aston Villa's precarious Premier League position despite a last-gasp defeat at Newcastle edging them closer to relegation trouble. EXPRESS & STAR West Brom striker Matej Vydra today asked for a first-team chance alongside Victor Anichebe as the Baggies searched for a partnership to save them from relegation. Pepe Mel today insisted Scott Sinclair has a role to play in Albion's survival fight. THE SENTINEL Mark Hughes has told his players to give it some Hammer to drag themselves out of the nether regions of the Premier League. FULHAM CHRONICLE Lewis Holtby has defended Fulham boss Felix Magath's controversial methods and said: "He's not a murderer." South Wales EVENING POST Brendan Rodgers has backed Garry Monk to become Swansea City's full-time boss after saluting the "brilliant" job he has done in just a few weeks at the helm. WALES ONLINE Former Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay insists cancelling the warm-weather training trip to Abu Dhabi could be ...
SWANSEA City lost a thrilling Premier League encounter 4-3 at Liverpool. Swansea clawed their way back from 2-0 down - Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson scored for the hosts - to level before...
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Top 20 Premier League average attendances this season: Arsenal have fullest ground but Liverpool out top four Adam Davies14 Minutes Ago Which teams have the highest average stadium attendances, and who fills their ground the most each week? Find out here! 20. Swansea City Stadium: Liberty Stadium Stadium capacity: 20500 Average attendance: 20328 Percentage filled: 99.1% Swansea City have the smallest capacity stadium in the Premier League, so it is little surprise that they have the lowest average attendance, but given the success enjoyed by the club over the last two seasons, there are thought to be plans to boost the number of seats in the Liberty Stadium. With the Jack Army filling 99.1% of the club's seats each game, that expansion could prove profitable long term. 19. Crystal Palace Stadium: Selhurst Park Stadium capacity: 26309 Average attendance: 23674 Percentage filled: 89.9% After a porous start to the campaign under Ian Holloway, Crystal Palace turned to Tony Pulis to help them retain their Prem ...
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Swansea City sacked Michael Laudrup after losing faith with the Dane’s ability to galvanise an increasingly disillusioned group of players and avoid relegation from the Premier League. Garry Monk, the club captain, has been placed in charge for… [ 1172 more words. ]
Swansea City have sacked their Danish manager Michael Laudrup with the team two points above the Premier League relegation zone, the Welsh club said in a statement on Tuesday. "It is a decision we have taken reluctantly," said Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins. "But it's a decision made in the best interests of Swansea City Football Club and our supporters. "It is the first time in nearly 10 years that the club has parted with a manager in this way, but we had to remove the constant uncertainty surrounding the club and Michael's long-term future with us." Swansea's 2-0 defeat at West Ham United on Saturday was their sixth in eight league games, a run which has left them battling to avoid the drop as they prepare to host fellow strugglers and local rivals Cardiff City on Saturday. Swansea said their former player Garry Monk, who came on as a substitute in their League Cup final triumph at Wembley under Laudrup last season, will take over as head coach alongside first team coach Alan Curtis for the foreseeable f ...
Michael Laudrup has been sacked by Swansea City after a poor run of form that has left them in danger of losing their Premier League status, but the outgoing manager's positive attributes should be...
Swansea City has sacked their Danish manager Michael Laudrup with the Welsh club having dropped into a Premier...
West Ham United will appeal against the red card shown to striker Andy Carroll during their 2-0 Premier League win over Swansea City on...
West Ham United and Swansea City make two and three changes respectively for today's Premier League meeting.
English Barclays Premier League | FIXTURES Tonight Manchester United v Cardiff City Old Trafford 21:45 Juan Mata is expected to make his debut,Robin Van Persie and Wayne Rooney trained on Monday and could make their return from injury, but skipper Nemanja Vidic is still suspended. Victory would make Manchester United the first club to earn 1,000 points at home in the Premier League - they currently stand on 998. Norwich City v Newcastle United Carrow Road 10:45pm Southampton v Arsenal St. Mary's Stadium 10:45pm Swansea City v Fulham Liberty Stadium 10:45pm Crystal Palace v Hull City Selhurst Park 11:00pm Liverpool v Everton Anfield 11:00pm (Merseyside derby) AFCON 2015 Qualifiers: Uganda Cranes road to the 2015 African Cup of Nations finals in Morocco is set to commence in May 2014 with a preliminary round of qualification. The development follows Africa's ruling body, CAF that has changed the qualification format for the 2015 AFCON in Morocco. Previously, 12 teams in the groups of 4's have always been ar ...
Swansea City (have signed striker David Ngog from Bolton (for an undisclosed fee -
GBAM!!! TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester United have renewed confidence that forward Wayne Rooney, 28, will commit his future to Old Trafford after the £37m signing of Juan Mata. England international Rooney is poised to sign a £300,000-a-week contract to remain at Old Trafford until 2018. But Manchester United's signing of Spanish playmaker Mata from Chelsea does not mean 24-year-old Japan midfielder Shinji Kagawa will be heading out of Old Trafford. United boss David Moyes has also made a £22.5m bid for 18-year-old Southampton's left-back Luke Shaw. West Ham are looking to sign Portugal midfielder Raul Meireles, 30, on loan from Turkish club Fenerbahce. Newcastle United will try to complete the signing of Netherlands striker Luuk de Jong, 23, before their Premier League clash with Norwich City next Tuesday. Germany midfielder Julian Draxler, 20, is desperate to join Arsenal from Schalke before the Transfer Window shuts. Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has refused to quell speculation he plans to leave ...
Swansea City confirm they have rejected a bid from Premier League rivals Fulham for Wales full-back Neil Taylor.
Premier League struggler West Ham United has jumped into the race to sign Australia defender Rhys Williams with Swansea City cooling its interest in the Socceroos player.
Both Michael Laudrup and Tim Sherwood make one change to their Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur lineups for this afternoon's Premier League game at the Liberty Stadium.
The former Spurs midfielder was only installed as Andre Villas-Boas permanent successor last month but he suspects he needs Champions League football to keep his job Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood believes the club must finish in the top four if their season is to be deemed a success. The White Hart Lane club sit level on points with fourth-placed Liverpool in the Premier League, after recording their fifth straight top-flight away victory at Swansea City on Sunday. Sherwood, who took over from Andre Villas-Boas in December, says finishing outside the Champions League qualification spots would be seen as a failure and could result in him losing his job. Asked whether fourth place remained the brief for the campaign, as it was with his predecessor, Sherwood replied: "Yes, anything other than that is going to be a disappointment. "If the season were to end tomorrow, I don't think the chairman [Daniel Levy] would be too happy because we're fifth. The final league position has to meet the expectation of th ...
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Tottenham Hotspur move into the top five of the Premier League with a 3-1 victory at Swansea City.
Michael Laudrup is a retired Danish footballer and current manager of Premier League club Swansea City. During his playing career, he won league titles with Ajax, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus. Whilst playing for Spanish club Barcelona, he won nine trophies, including four straight La Liga *** ..
Man United in crisis? Ex-players, fans and pundits have their say. January 2014, and Manchester United are booed off by their own fans, heaping more pressure on manager David Moyes, after losing in the third round of the Fa Cup to Swansea City. Defeat was one thing, but the manner of the display – so lacking in the attacking verve associated with Moyes' predecessor – was quite another. At the same stage of the competition in 1990, a beleaguered Alex Ferguson famously – allegedly – escaped the sack from United by the finest of margins: a Mark Robins goal against Nottingham Forest gave Ferguson a reprieve. Three years later, Bryan Robson hoisted the Premier League trophy aloft, Robins’ goal paving the way for Ferguson to build the greatest dynasty English football has ever known. Robson had signed for United for a then British record fee of £1.5m in September 1981. Then, the club still held a place in the nation’s hearts in the wake of the 1958 Munich air crash, which claimed the lives of 23 pe ...
Manchester United play Swansea City at Old Trafford again next week in the Premier League.
HAPPY New Year TO EVERYONE. We hope 2014 will bring you a great year of football which ever team you support. So, let us take a look at the games to be played on the fist day of the year. Swansea City v Manchester City (Kick-Off 12:45 UK / 1:45 p.m. Nigeria) Swansea remain without Michu, Michel Vorm and Nathan Dyer, all of whom are recovering from injury. Angel Rangel and Wayne Routledge could return to the starting line-up after beginning on the bench at Aston Villa. Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is available despite requiring five stitches in a gash under his left eye. David Silva is suspended after amassing five yellow cards, while Sergio Aguero, Martin Demichelis, Stevan Jovetic and Micah Richards remain injured. MATCH PREVIEW It's generally agreed that the rest of this Premier League season is going to be fascinating, at both ends of the table. Manchester City are a point behind leaders Arsenal, and know that victory in the early New Year's Day fixture will see them reclaim top spot, even if on ...
Michael Laudrup says that Swansea City should have beaten Aston Villa in their Premier League match today.
Aston Villa and Swansea City cannot be separated at Villa Park in today's Premier League match.
Football - Premier League Weekend team news: Van Persie set for late fitness test All the team news ahead of the Premier League fixtures, with Manchester United's Robin Van Persie in contention to face Norwich. Click on the games for full team news, manager quotes and match facts Saturday West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion - 12:45 James Collins will have a calf complaint assessed on Friday and looks unlikely to feature. The injury resulted in the Welsh centre-back being forced off in the first half of the Hammers' 3-1 Boxing Day defeat to Arsenal. Norwich City v Manchester United - 15:00 Phil Jones is out for a fortnight with a knee problem but Nemanja Vidic could come in and there will be late tests on Michael Carrick (Achilles) and Robin Van Persie (thigh). Aston Villa v Swansea City - 15:00 Midfielder Leon Britton returned from a broken toe at Stamford Bridge and could continue as Laudrup plans changes for the second match in 48 hours, as his side bid to improve a run of one win in six. Manchester ...
It’s six-point Saturday! With the bottom three all winning on Boxing Day and just seven points splitting TEN teams, we're heading for the closest Premier League relegation battle in years Is this the closest Premier League season yet? That might seem a reflection of a compelling title race but it’s as much an assessment of a relegation scrap that, in recent weeks, has taken on a wonderfully unpredictable edge. Going into the weekend, the entire bottom half of the table is separated by eight points. Swansea City sit in 11th place, yet after losing to Chelsea on Boxing Day Michael Laudrup said: ‘At the moment there are nine teams with five points between them, then you have West Ham on 14 and Sunderland on 13. ‘Of those 11 teams, three will go down and eight will play for ninth to 17th in the table and we have to fight for those places.’ Survival talk from Laudrup. To repeat, his team sit 11th. They play 13th-placed Aston Villa on Saturday, ahead of fixtures against Manchester City, Manchester Uni ...
Michael Laudrup says he will make changes for Swansea City's game against Aston Villa in the Premier League.
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David Cameron has given his vote to Swansea City this weekend. The Prime Minister appears on Football Focus, where he takes on pundit Mark Lawrenson in the weekly Premier League predictions...
Swansea and Hull fined after fracas: The Football Association has fined Swansea City and Hull City £20,000 ($3...
Mackay set to upset owners. Tan and Lim won't back Mackay financially. Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay may go against owner Vincent Tan's wishes as he looks to strengthen his team in the January Transfer Window, The Bluebirds have had an topsy turvy start to Premier League life, after impressive results in their debut season, with notable wins against Manchester City and bitter rivals Swansea City, and deserved points against Manchester United, the Welsh side moved up to 15th after a 1-0 win against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon. Cardiff, who are owned by controversial chairman Vincent Tan, who has seemed to take rather audatious decisions after taking over the club, which has included changing Cardiff's colour's from Blue to Red, in a move that has angered supporters, in the fact that Tan has mocked the clubs identity and tradition. And now, chairman Tan, and his CEO Simon Lin have decided that they will not back Mackay financially in the January Transfer Window, angering Mackay deeply, wh ...
Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup: 'We can't afford to miss our chances against Premier League's finest': Laud...
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Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup remains confident despite his side facing in-form Manchester City this weekend. Manuel Pellegrini's City have won all six of their Premier League games on home soil this term, scoring an impressive 26 goals.
Swansea City will not be overawed by Manchester City's impressive home Premier League form on Sunday, says chairman Huw Jenkins.
Premier League: Newcastle United, Swansea City and Cardiff City fans face longest and most... |
Premier League Preview Gunners host Reds; Toffees tackle Spurs; Bluebirds face Swans The top flight will stage a South Wales derby for the first time this weekend, with Cardiff City set to play host to arch-rivals Swansea City. The Super Sunday team will be there to catch all of the action from what promises to be a feisty affair, but before that there are nine other Premier League fixtures to whet the appetite - including a top-of-the-table clash between Arsenal and Liverpool Saturday's action will end in North London, but it starts in the north east. Newcastle United suffered derby agony against Sunderland last time out, with Wearside prevailing over Tyneside. Alan Pardew's men also tumbled out of the Capital One Cup in midweek, so will have a few wrongs to right when they entertain Chelsea. In contrast to the Magpies, Jose Mourinho's Blues could not be in more buoyant mood at present. Victories over Manchester City and Arsenal in the league and cup have them well-placed to challenge on multiple fronts ...
The welsh elclasico Sunday can't wait a great time in football Premier League Cardiff City v Swansea City had great 12yrs in the Gower ;)
The South Wales Derby on Sunday in the Premier League; Cardiff City vs Swansea City. Who do you want to win? I expect Newport County fans to say "nobody" or turn away.
Swansea City and West Ham United drew 0-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday in the Premier League.
Southampton this weekend take a trip to Old Trafford. I think a lot of people are ignoring what Mauricio Pochettino’s side are doing this season, and I understand why: they haven’t been on television a lot, their games have almost all been low-scoring and forgettable, and on the surface they haven’t beaten anyone of note beyond Liverpool – and that’s just been packaged and dismissed as a ‘shock’, even though it wouldn’t have been close without Simon Mignolet’s performance for the home team. But they still beat West Brom at The Hawthorns and they still shut-out a very potent Swansea City side at St Mary’s. And, most revealingly, they’ve only conceded 2 goals all the season, which is fewer than any other Premier League club – and I don’t care who you’ve played, that’s impressive. Over the Summer, Southampton invested heavily in Victor Wanyama, Dani Osvaldo, and Dejan Lovren, but it’s not fair to attribute the side’s current form to that influx of talent alone. Yes, clearly ...
RANDOM FOOTBALL NEWS TODAY: -Arsenal are facing a battle to keep hold of key defender Bacary Sagna, he's current deal due to expire at the end of the season. -Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini is set to play with a cast on his wrist for Belgium in their World Cup qualifiers. -Chris Hughton believes Norwich City's new look central midfield trio could hold the key to their Premier League fortunes. -Swansea City's superstar striker Michu is delighted to have finally won his first call-up to the Spain squad. -Cardiff City fans have been warned they face a five-match ban if they continue to stand during matches. -Aston Villa fans have been asked if they want a safe standing area at Villa Park. -Manchester United are ready to move for Arsenal target Ilkay Gundogan in January, according to the national press. -Manchester City fans have only seen tantalising glimpses of the Manuel Pellegrini revolution, says James Milner. -Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has given Arsene Wenger a boost after indicating that he ...
LFC analysis: Performances need to be 90 minutes Soon after accepting the opportunity to move from Swansea City to Liverpool FC, in June 2012, Brendan Rodgers outlined his grand plan to make the Reds the most feared team in the Premier League. The terms have become familiar. Passing and pressing, shape and fluidity, tactical discipline and attacking freedom. Technicians, hard work, humility. Rodgers’ ideas, his dreams, were repeated ad infinitum during his debut campaign on Merseyside. So, too, was his desire to make games against Liverpool “the longest 90 minutes of an opponent’s life”. On this evidence, his side are about halfway there. For 45 minutes here, as in their previous three Premier League games this season, Liverpool were as good as their manager’s word. Quick and disciplined in their defensive pressing, sharp and incisive in their passing, and ahead thanks to their ruthlessness in punishing two bouts of defensive sloppiness from their hosts. They were caught cold by old boy Jonjo Sh ...
FREE TIP: Manchester United (h -2) - Crystal Palace @ 2,10 Paddy Power BRILLIANTODDS IF YOU ASK ME!!! Man Utd Home to newly promoted Crystal Palace. David Moyes will be hoping and expecting his first home win as Manchester United manager where as Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway hopes for a happier return to Old Trafford, as his past visits have been far from pleasant. Moyes has been given a daunting task in replacing the god like Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer, and his crictics have been in full voice regarding his ability to make the step up. In his first three Premier League games in charge Man Utd have 4 points, and have had their worst start in Premier League history. An impressive 4-1 opening day success at Swansea City was followed up by a 0-0 draw at home to Chelsea in Moyes' first competitive fixture at Old Trafford before the champions headed into the international break on the back of a 1-0 defeat at old rivals Liverpool. Since the loss at Anfield, Moyes bought midfielder Marouane Fellaini fr ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsenal will get more satisfaction from winning trophies than big-spending Premier League rivals such as Chelsea and Manchester City due to the club's financial model, according to the Gunners commercial chief. FULHAM CHRONICLE Marcello Trotta hopes his loan spell at Brentford can boost his chances of breaking into Fulham's first-team squad. Nedum Onuoha reckons a friendly atmosphere among QPR players has made all the difference to an unbeaten start. NEWHAM RECORDER West Ham manager Sam Allarydce has warned his players that they could be in for a difficult afternoon against Southampton on Sunday if they don't make the most of their scoring chances. LIVERPOOL ECHO Liverpool are hopeful Daniel Sturridge will be passed fit for next week's trip to Swansea City - but fears are growing over Glen Johnson's injury. Phil Jagielka has revealed his delight at Ross Barkley's England debut - and says the Everton teenager does not realise how good he is. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Bafetimbi Gomis today ...
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