- Fri Feb 9 11:29 AM
The 28-year-old is looking forward to his first game for the Swans since he rejoined the side in January transfer window
- Fri Feb 9 6:07 AM
SEAN Dyche has praised Jack Cork
’s influence at Burnley ahead of the midfielder’s return to former club Swansea, adding the midfielder ‘gets the club’.
|It's not ideal, but to be fair I'm sure this club don't want it like that,
said Dyche. It's a challenge, but this whole competition will be a challenge.
Robbie's back on the grass with us,
said Dyche. He's had a few days on the grass, and the plan will be to train all week now and get him back to normal first team training.
The fitness here is unbelievable. The players' mental and physical fitness is absolutely fantastic, so they will be ready for Sunday,
I don't know Ben that well yet but he's come in with the right manner. He's a very serious professional and we like that here,