Paul Clement hopes that victory against Stoke City will be a turning point

Swansea City was not able to snatch a single victory starting from March 11 of 2017 until April 22.

The English club went through a string of 6 successive matches where they either suffered defeats or draws but Swansea City was able to break their string of underwhelming results on April 22 after defeating Stoke City with a final scoreboard of 2-0.

The head coach of Swansea City, Paul Clement is hoping that this recent triumph can be a turning point and a change of momentum that could propel his squad to positive results for the remainder of the season.

“I think that gives us all a bit of confidence that we have now turned a corner after a difficult period.We have four games to go, two away and two home games. I am very confident, and the players are also, that we can get valuable points in the remaining four games’’

“We had not been performing very well going into the Stoke game. That run lasted much longer than we all would have liked. One point in six games is clearly not very good. We did put it right (against Stoke) both in terms of the performance and the application which I thought was very good, particularly in the first half.We had that bit of luck with their penalty miss. But I think we were due it.” Swansea City’s Paul Clement said after his team had defeated Stoke City on April 22.

The 3 final league matches of the season of Swansea City will see them facing off with: Everton, Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion. Even if Paul Clement and his men are not able to snatch any points from these games and Swansea City get relegated from the English Premier League, it’s rumored that Paul Clement is going to continue being in charge of the club as he is believed to have gained the trust of the fans and head chiefs of Swansea City who are going to give him more time on the club so that he can prove his worth as a capable manager.