- Thu Sep 21 10:56 PM
TAMMY ABRAHAM has been told to stick with England and snub Nigeria’s advances.
- Thu Sep 21 5:38 PM
Swansea boss Paul Clement is hoping striker Tammy Abraham will commit his allegiance to England with Nigeria attempting to lure him into their fold according to reports on Thursday.
- Thu Sep 21 4:45 PM
• Nigeria claim striker on loan at Swansea has ‘begun process’ with Fifa • ‘Clearly he stands a better chance playing for the Super Eagles’ England Under-21 striker Tammy Abraham is set to switch international allegiances to Nigeria in a bid to play at next year’s World Cup. The Chelsea striker,...
- Thu Sep 21 4:36 PM
Swansea boss Paul Clement is hoping striker Tammy Abraham will commit his allegiance to England with Nigeria attempting to lure him into their fold.
- Thu Sep 21 3:47 PM
Swansea boss Paul Clement hopes Tammy Abraham will choose to play for England after interest from Nigeria.
- Mon Sep 18 2:44 PM
Crystal Palace and Swansea City are among the clubs monitoring Greenock Morton winger Jai Quitongo, who has scored two blistering strikes for his side in the Scottish Championship.
- Mon Sep 18 2:40 PM
Alfie Mawson has predicted a bright future for Bayern Munich loan signing Renato Sanches at Swansea. Sanches looks set to start in Swansea's Carabao Cup third round clash.
- Mon Sep 18 1:45 PM
After a couple of lean years at Man City and Stoke respectively, Wilfried Bony returned to Swansea on transfer deadline day in a £12 million deal. Two substitute appearances later and the Ivory Coast striker was finally made to perform his second initiation song at the Welsh club. No prizes for g...
|Of course, he wants to come back,
Carvalhal said. He wants to play and be training and be happy.
We are very happy because Jordan is one of the best attackers of the Premier League in my opinion,
said manager Carlos Carvalhal.
I am [pleased with a point]. We expected a difficult game with a change of manager,
Carvalhal told Sky Sports. The [West Brom] players are in a difficult position, and they made things difficult.
Clucas is ready and 100 per cent,
said Carvalhal. He did a good recovery, our medical department did very good work with him.