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Daily Telegraph - Wed Jan 31 10:35 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Swansea City are breaking their transfer record to re-sign Andre Ayew in a deal worth up to £18 million. Ayew is returning to the Liberty Stadium from West Ham in a record deal that eclipses the £15.5 million paid for striker Borja Baston in 2016. As and more »
Daily Telegraph - Wed Jan 31 7:18 AM
In the battle against relegation, which team is best equipped to survive the drop? We have a look at the runners and riders. Swansea 20th, 20 pts. Reason to be cheerful: Showing signs of improvement that few expected after Carlos Carvalhal's and more »
Daily Telegraph - Wed Jan 31 3:04 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Arsenal are in control of possession at the moment, working the ball from side to side but Swansea sit deep and absorb the pressure before hitting long balls to the strikers. This one's worked! Dyer chases Mustafi and is much faster, the ball is hit to and more »
Daily Telegraph - Tue Jan 30 6:30 AM
Telegraph.co.uk This is not the sort of question you expect to be asked by a football manager. Fortunately, Carvalhal manages to live without my views on the 17th-century French philosopher, and swiftly offers his own, reflecting on “complex phenomena” and concluding
Daily Telegraph - Tue Jan 30 2:29 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Jon Stead may have played in almost 600 matches in a professional career spanning 16 seasons, 92 of them in the Premier League, yet the well travelled striker says he is still striving to be a better player. The 34-year-old Notts County front man, who and more »
Daily Telegraph - Sun Jan 28 3:16 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Veteran striker Jon Stead turned back the clock to earn Notts County of League Two a replay against Premier League strugglers Swansea City. The 34-year-old front man, whose 10-club career includes 86 appearances in the Premier League for Blackburn and more »
Daily Telegraph - Fri Jan 26 2:19 PM
Telegraph.co.uk The manager's touchline frustration also boiled over as he reacted to the apparent goading of a Swansea fan during the second half. “He was shouting at me all the time, ” Klopp later said. “Sorry, I reacted one time, I remind myself I am a human being