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Francesco Guidolin tells Neil Taylor he faces a fight for the...

Francesco Guidolin tells Neil Taylor he faces a fight for the...

FRANCESCO Guidolin has admitted Neil Taylor faces a fight to reclaim the Swansea City left-back spot from Stephen Kingsley. The former Wrexham man was not involved in Swansea's Premier League opener at Burnley last weekend having only returned to training a couple of weeks earlier following Euro 2016 action. In his absence, Kingsley started on one side of the back four and put in an impressive display. READ MORE: Swansea City press conference recap: Francesco Guidolin on Hull City team and...
Swansea City could look to Serie A for a new centre-back as...

Swansea City could look to Serie A for a new centre-back as...

FRANCESCO Guidolin has revealed Swansea City could look to Italy to bolster their central-back options. Swansea are on the lookout for defensive reinforcements after Ashley Williams completed a £12 million move to Everton. His departure has left just Jordi Amat, Federico Fernandez and new signing Mike van der Hoorn as options to play in the middle of the back four. READ MORE: Jefferson Montero must aim to continue good form if given a new Swansea City contract Guidolin admitted...
Neil Taylor is pushing for a Swansea City recall against Hull

Neil Taylor is pushing for a Swansea City recall against Hull

NEIL Taylor is pushing for a return to the Swansea City starting line-up against Hull on Saturday after playing 82 minutes for the development side in midweek. The Wales international was not involved when Swansea recorded an opening-day victory over Burnley last time out having only recently reported back following Euro 2016 action this summer. Ki Sung-Yueng was another left out at Turf Moor to feature for the young Swans after he completed military service in South Korea and so was given...
Neil Taylor anticipates toughest Premier League season yet for...

Neil Taylor anticipates toughest Premier League season yet for...

NEIL Taylor reckons 2016-17 will be Swansea City's toughest Premier League campaign yet.After an extended spell away from Swansea to recover from his Euro 2016 heroics with Wales, Taylor is back in the Liberty fold.The left-back could make his first appearance of pre-season when French outfit Stade Rennais visit SA1 on Saturday.READ MORE: Everton set to return with improved bid for Swansea City captain Ashley Williams - reportsAnd he is already relishing the prospect of another top-flight...

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