It is not so long ago since Swansea City were being upheld as the model way of running a football club by the Labour Party and the Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore. The Swans ended the 2014/15 season in eighth place, marking a remarkable rise of 75 places all the way from 16th in 

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Compared to the summers of disruption Ronald Koeman endured at Southampton, his first transfer window in charge of Everton has been relatively tranquil. Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert, Dejan Lovren and Callum Chambers were all sold in his first few months on the south coast, spawning that memorable empty training ground tweet, while Morgan 

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I want to talk about Jonjo Shelvey. About three, maybe four, years ago when he was playing for Liverpool I earmarked Jonjo Shelvey as possibly the worst player playing in the Premier League. He didn’t get much game time at Liverpool, but when he was on the pitch he made the wrong decision almost every 

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Garry Monk’s Swansea was one of the success stories of the Premier League in the recently concluded season. In his first full season in charge at the club certainly, the Swans finished eighth, their highest-ever position in the Premier League, and recorded a record-breaking 56-point tally. The Wales club did well enough to ensure players 

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That dreaded line for any parent on a long journey, a question we can also ask ourselves as Swansea City supporters as we too are on quite a journey. My answer would be ‘nearly’ there, so where next for our club? Before we look ahead, let’s rewind and appreciate recent points of our journey. It 

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A new 2 and-a-half year contract for Michael Laudrup shows another step in the right direction for Swansea City, and can be taken as another sign to indicate that the Jacks’ meteoric rise has by no means stopped. One major trophy amongst other great achievements shows that Laudrup is the right man to bring success 

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So as the clocked ticked past 11pm on Friday 31st August, a staggering amount reaching just shy of five hundred million pounds had been spent on football players in just eight weeks, this amount matched the 2011 record, but exceeded previous years by over £100m. The emotion and fanfare generated from such activity drives excitement 

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Last season Brendan Rodgers was given high praise for the style of play Swansea was playing. A high possession percentages and an aggressive pressing style caught the eye of those across the country and were given the nickname “Swansealona” for their similar “tiki-taka” style to the Catalan giants. However upon further inspection, it could be 

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