Swansea City do not have a lot to play for in the final stretch of the Championship season but that does not mean that they will not be well supported in their endeavors. The Swans have endured a tricky transition season under Russell Martin in moving away from Steve Cooper’s ideas at the Swansea.com Stadium. A top half finish is not a million miles away and will be seen as something to strive for in the season’s closing exchanges.
Swansea City wingback Ethan Laird believes that the Welsh club has the capacity to be the one of the best teams in the English Championship. The Manchester United loanee made this known in an interview with the official website of Swansea City. Laird is on a season-long loan at the Championship club from Premier League heavyweight Manchester United having joined the Swans at the start of the season.
Laird believes that Swansea City can turn things around under manager Russell Martin despite the recent poor run of form. Despite losing the last three games in the Championship, Laird is of the opinion that the Swans are on the right track. Continue reading “UNITED LOANEE TALKS UP SWANSEA CITY”
Welsh team Swansea City have taken their winless run in the English Championship to three goals after they could only draw with London team Millwall at home when the two teams met at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday night.
The Swans have not won a game since beating hosts Bristol Citylast month. As a matter of fact, the Welsh football giants have won just once in the English Championship this season under new manager Russell Martin. Swansea City have not been able to hit the heights of last season at the start of the new English Championship campaign. Continue reading “SWANSEA WINLESS RUN CONTINUES”
Swansea City midfielder George Byers is a target for Sheffield Wednesday who were relegated to League One from the English Championship at the end of last season. Both Welsh team Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday were in the Championship until last season when the latter suffered demotion to League One on the final day of the season.
Welsh football giants Swansea City can return to the Premier League after three seasons in the English Championship if they see off Brentfordin the most expensive single game in football, the Championship playoffs final. Swansea City and Brentford meet in the final of the playoffs at the Wembley Stadium this weekend and the winner of the £170m match will join Norwich City and Watford as the three promoted teams ahead of the new Premier League campaign.
Swansea City saw off a spirited Barnsley in the semi-finals of the playoffs, while London outfit got the better of Bournemouth in the other semi-final. Swansea City finished the regular season of the English Championship this term in fourth spot, while Brentford ended the campaign one spot higher in third spot. Brentford had seven more points than Swansea City at the end of the regular season in the English Championship. Continue reading “SWANSEA TARGET PREMIER LEAGUE RETURN”
Welsh giants Swansea City would have to go through the playoffs if they want to play Premier League football next season following their disappointing defeat to London team Queens Park Rangers (QPR) in their latest match in the English Championship.
Swansea City started the day in third place and six points off Watford in second spot. Only the top two teams will qualify to play Premier League football automatically, while the teams from third to sixth will fight for the third and final Premier League promotion slot via the playoffs. Swansea City would have to settle for the playoffs after they conceded a late goal against QPR. Continue reading “SWANSEA CITY: AUTOMATIC PROMOTION UNLIKELY”
United States international Jordan Morris is on course to make his Swansea City debut on Wednesday night in the English Championship following his loan transfer from the Major League Soccer (MLS). Jordan Morris is a Swansea City player after he signed for the club on loan from MLS outfit Seattle Sounders.
The 26-year-old is expected to be in the Swansea City squad for the home game with fellow Premier League promotion chasers Brentfordlater tonight. Jordan Morris has left his hometown club Seattle Sounders to continue his career in Wales with Swansea City and his loan transfer includes the option to buy out his contract with Seattle Sounders if all goes according to plan in Wales. Continue reading “MLS ATTACKER SET FOR SWANSEA DEBUT”
Swansea City manager Steve Cooper was left frustrated after the performance of his players during the 2-1 defeat to hosts Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium on Wednesday night. The Swansea City boss was left to reflect on a self-inflicted defeat during his post-match press conference after the English Championship matchday 15 clash.
According to Steve Cooper, his team started poorly against Boro and never really recovered from that poor start till the game ended. In his assessment, Swansea City gave away two poor goals to hand Boro victory on a platter of gold and also suffer a third league defeat of the season in the process. Continue reading “STEVE COOPER RUES SELF-INFLICTED BORO DEFEAT”
Steve Cooper, the Swansea City boss has said that he has set a target for Rhian Brewster for the rest of the season after the incredible loan spell from the striker till now.
Brewster became a part of Swansea in the month of January and the rest of the 2019-20 campaign. He has featured in all the Championships matches of the club since the time he came to South Wales. His 3-0 against Middlesbrough last weekend at Riverside Stadium has taken the 20-year old player’s gold tally to 6 goals in 12 appearances for Swansea City. Continue reading “Steve Cooper Eyes Rhian Brewster for Swansea City”
Sunderland currently has most of its players out of contract and the other players will need to prove their talent to get a spot in the team. Sunderland doesn’t know what League it will be participating in the next season but manager Phil Parkinson is quite sure about which players he wants on his team in the future.
While there are 11 more games to go, Sunderland is still looking for promotion to the Championship. Regardless of which division the Black Cats are going to be placed in the next season, every player would have to be working hard in order to remain the part of manager Parkinson’s plans. Continue reading “Will Tom Flanagan be the One for Sunderland?”