- Fri Sep 22 11:13 AM
Paul Clement has insisted striker Wilfried Bony did not return to Swansea to play a bit-part. The striker has figured only three times for the Swans to date since his £12million return to South Wales.
- 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...
|I talked to the doctor; he has locked his knee in the past and it happened again today,
said Portuguese head coach Carvalhal.
I asked him after the game and he said the knee is much better,
said Carvalhal. I don't think it's a big problem but let's see if it's a small problem or if it's not a problem.
I was there two years. After the second season when we got to the play-offs, it was the third best points total in 150 years of the history of the club,
Carvalhal said. We had one play-off final and one semi-final. They were unbelievable, emotional moments, that makes me think I belong an...
We won't take any risks and there will be changes because I will protect some players,
said Carvalhal. Ask me to stay in the Premier League or win the Cup, and I say Premier League because it is more important to the club.