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Swansea City's Bob Bradley hoping for a double family celebratio...

Swansea City's Bob Bradley hoping for a double family celebratio...

YESTERDAY marked 12 months since Garry Monk was sacked as Swansea City manager, it would not be out of line to consider the intervening period as difficult as any the club has endured since the days of Tony Petty. There has been the odd high point — wins at Arsenal and West Ham spring to mine — but on the whole it has not made for pretty viewing. On-field struggles have exacerbated the depth of feeling regarding the change of ownership that has threatened to divide a club for so...
The key head to heads as Swansea City face Sunderland in crunch...

The key head to heads as Swansea City face Sunderland in crunch...

AT the moment it feels like every Swansea game is billed as the biggest in their Premier League history, and there is no doubt tomorrow's clash with fellow relegation strugglers Sunderland is another hugely important 90 minutes for Bob Bradley and his men. Swansea have lost just once in their last eight meetings with the Wearsiders, but David Moyes's men have won three of their last four and were victorious on their last visit to SA1 in January. READ MORE: Swansea City's Huw Jenkins: A...
David Moyes's impressive Swansea record a bad omen ahead of...

David Moyes's impressive Swansea record a bad omen ahead of...

SWANSEA City desperately need victory against Sunderland on Saturday as their battle to avoid relegation intensifies.But one bad omen for the home side will be the sight of David Moyes in the opposition dug-out.The Scot has never lost at the Liberty Stadium, in fact he has never tasted defeat against the Swans in the Premier League.Here we look at the occasions the Sunderland boss has headed to SA1 and come away with spoils.Swansea 0 Everton 2, March 24, 2012Swansea had won three in a row in the...
Swansea City hierarchy should face sack, not Bob Bradley, says...

Swansea City hierarchy should face sack, not Bob Bradley, says...

DAVID Moyes reckons it is the Swansea City hierarchy who should face the music over the club's poor form, rather than manager Bob Bradley. Sunderland manager Moyes will lock horns with the American at the Liberty Stadium tomorrow with their sides in desperate need of three points in their battle against the drop. Bradley's position has been under scrutiny after taking just five points from his first seven games in charge, with Swansea being hammered 5-0 at Tottenham last time out. READ...
Swansea City's Huw Jenkins: A change of manager is the last thing...

Swansea City's Huw Jenkins: A change of manager is the last thing...

HUW Jenkins believes a change of manager is the last thing Swansea City need following speculation over Bob Bradley's future.The American has taken five points from his first seven games at the helm, and oversaw a 5-0 thrashing at Tottenham last time out.Speculation over the 58-year-old's future has intensified in the wake of that result, with suggestions of an internal review and potential successors doing the rounds.But chairman Jenkins, in an interview with talkSPORT, defended the move to...
Swansea City boss Bob Bradley speaks out on speculation over his...

Swansea City boss Bob Bradley speaks out on speculation over his...

SWANSEA City boss Bob Bradley says he is unconcerned about speculation over his position at the club ahead of the cup final with Sunderland on Saturday. Bradley's men are currently propping up the Premier League table following a 5-0 hammering by Tottenham last weekend. They have picked up just nine points so far this campaign ahead of a key run of fixtures over the festive and new year period - starting with the Black Cats on Saturday. And ahead of a massive clash with their fellow...
talkSPORT's "Super Computer" predicts relegation for...

talkSPORT's "Super Computer" predicts relegation for...

SWANSEA City manager Bob Bradley is confident he can keep the club in the Premier League, but talkSPORT's Super Computer Predictions do not agree.The broadcaster has run the remaining Premier League fixtures to try and predict where the 20 top-flight clubs will finish come May.Swansea fans currently see their side languishing at the foot of the table following a miserable start to the season.There have been just two wins to cheer from 14 games and this weekend's home meeting with...
Swansea City's Huw Jenkins: I take full responsibility for club's...

Swansea City's Huw Jenkins: I take full responsibility for club's...

SWANSEA City chairman Huw Jenkins says he takes full responsibility for the difficulties the club has faced this season. Swansea currently sit bottom of the Premier League table after their 5-0 hammering at the hands of Tottenham. In addition, there has been anger towards Jenkins and his fellow shareholders who sold a majority stake in the club to an American consortium led by Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan. The Swansea City Supporters' Trust – who hold a 21% shareholding – have...
Swans stars give sick kids early Christmas present with festive...

Swans stars give sick kids early Christmas present with festive...

SICK kids were given a Christmas treat to remember when they got to meet their footballing idols.Swans stars welcomed hundreds of youngsters who had spent time at Dyfed Ward in Morriston Hospital this year to the Liberty Stadium, where they gave out autographs, posed for photographs and dispensed invaluable football advice.Leroy Fer was part of the squad at the Christmas bash, and he said: This is the first Christmas party I've been part of with Swansea, and I've really enjoyed meeting the...
Lukasz Fabianski calls on Swansea City to stand up and be counted...

Lukasz Fabianski calls on Swansea City to stand up and be counted...

LUKASZ Fabianski has demanded Swansea City stand up and be counted by showing the character required to get them out of a relegation dogfight.The Poland goalkeeper has had to pick the ball out of the back of his net 19 times in the last seven games as Swansea have too often been found wanting defensively.Fabianski made 10 saves at Tottenham on Saturday, but it was not enough to prevent a 5-0 defeat that sent Bob Bradley's side back to the foot of the Premier League table.READ MORE: Swansea City...
Bookies make Swansea City's Bob Bradley favourite to be next...

Bookies make Swansea City's Bob Bradley favourite to be next...

BOOKIES have slashed the odds on Bob Bradley becoming the next Premier League manager to be shown the door, amid reports Swansea City are carrying out a review of their troubled campaign. The American's position has come under scrutiny following Saturday's 5-0 defeat at Tottenham. That one-sided reverse saw Swansea slump back to the foot of the table — and they are now odds-on with bookmakers to be playing Championship football next season. It means Swansea have picked up just five...
Swansea City Supporters' Trust make views clear over Leigh...

Swansea City Supporters' Trust make views clear over Leigh...

SWANSEA City Supporters' Trust have made clear their opposition to Leigh Dineen returning to the club's board of directors.Mr Dineen stepped down as a director in the summer in the wake of the sale of a majority shareholding to American businessmen Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan, after which he retained a one per cent stake.However, he was re-appointed to the board last month after documents were filed with Companies House.The move came as a complete surprised to the trust, who had already found...
LIVE: Swansea City Supporters Trust AGM - breaking news as...

LIVE: Swansea City Supporters Trust AGM - breaking news as...

The Annual General Meeting of Swansea Supporters' Trust kicks off at 7.30pm tonight as the club finds itself with problems on and off the pitch.Saturday's performance saw Swans sink to the bottom of the Premier League after a 5-0 defeat to Tottenham, Hotspur at White Hart Lane.Fans calling on chairman Huw Jenkins to quit comes amid more angry words between the Supporters' Trust and the club's new US owners - an escalation of which has seen the Trust threaten legal action again the club.Members...
Watch Swansea City legend Lee Trundle score the cheekiest penalty...

Watch Swansea City legend Lee Trundle score the cheekiest penalty...

Former Swansea City star Lee Trundle showed class is permanent by scoring an outrageous penalty in a charity game. The striker's cheeky strike was captured on video by Jonathan Rees and served as a reminder of the brilliance of the man Swansea supporters named 'Magic Daps'. READ MORE: Swansea City's players must look at themselves after White Hart Lane debacle Trundle, 40, was a firm fans' favourite at The Vetch and the Liberty Stadium during his playing career, scoring 91 goals over two...

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