- Sat Sep 23 12:35 AM
PAUL CLEMENT is demanding his shot-shy Swansea side find their scoring touch against Watford today.
- 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.
|The teams we lose against - United, City and Chelsea - are the strongest teams of the competition,
If the pressure to us means this kind of performance then the pressure is very welcome,
Carvalhal said. I am very happy about that and it gives confidence for the remaining games.
Of all the jobs in the Premier League, I think ours is the hardest of all of them,
Carvalhal said. Why? Because when we arrived we were five points adrift, no-one else was playing in this condition in this competition. I did not prepare the team at the start to win the title or to ...
It is David against Goliath again,
said manager Carlos Carvalhal. But at the Liberty, we have good support from the fans, they were fantastic against Everton [1-1 draw in the last home game], and our players grow and are bigger at home. They have great players, a good manager, but ...