Ayew Can Go

Swansea should take advantage of interest in Jordan Ayew and look to sell him in the next couple of weeks. The Ghanaian striker is the subject of interest from Premiership new-boys Fulham, with Swansea having rejected a first offer of around £8 million, but should Swansea receive a decent enough offer, Ayew should be moved…

The Results Swansea Fans Should Look Out For : 10-12th March

With just nine games remaining, Swansea City are entering the home straight of this Premier League season. Having seemed doomed to relegation in the darkest parts of December, the Swans now enter Spring with genuine hope of surviving. This year’s relegation battle promises to be one extremely tightly contested, with five teams within three points…

Swansea Must Still Improve

  Swansea produced their finest performance of the season to beat Liverpool last night, successfully defending Alamo-style for long periods of the game and taking their sole clear cut chance. It was a performance full of exactly the characteristics that have been missing for too much of this season so far, fight, courage and most…

Clement Sacking Hides Deeper Issues

It was news that would not have come as a surprise. News that had been hovering in the background threatening to break. Paul Clement had, for some weeks now, shown the demeanour of a man who knew he had run out of options, so when a gloating text from a Cardiff fan hinted that he…

Swansea have (yet another) chance to start their season

  It was supposed to be a fresh start. It was supposed to be this season that, having resurrected Swansea City’s Premier League life in the space of five months, Paul Clement could make this team and this club his own. A full summer transfer window should have given Clement enough time to shape the…

Bony injury is good news for Swansea – for now

In his press conference ahead of the Leicester game this Saturday, Paul Clement revealed that Wilfried Bony will not be available for selection. Having missed the home win against Huddersfield, Bony remains unavailable due to a hamstring injury. On first reading, this news is not positive for the Swans, as they look to build upon…

Nothing to Lose – Wales’ shot at (more) history

Six nights. Six nights in France that felt like a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Euro 2016 was, for many Welsh football fans, the greatest sporting moment that we thought we would ever see. In our first major tournament in fifty-eight years, Wales achieved far more than seemed possible, reaching the semi-finals only to be defeated by a…

What if Spurs’ Wembley Hoodoo stays true?

With Swansea travelling to London this weekend to face Tottenham Hotspur, I wondered what might happen if the “Spurs at Wembley” struggles that we’ve witnessed in the last few weeks continue to haunt Tottenham throughout the season. What would happen if you applied their ‘home’ form at Wembley so far to the remainder of the…

New Season, Same Old Story: Swansea’s season rests on Sigurdsson

Having narrowly avoided relegation last season, Swansea are able to look at the last 12 months or so and take stock of quite what has happened. In the late summer of 2016, the South Wales club was approaching a new season, having scrapped for top-flight survival in the season prior. There were reasons for optimism,…

The Daily Swan – 21st July

Tammy makes the perfect start Nice to get my first minutes for @SwansOfficial and to top it off with a goal ⚽️#Jackarmy pic.twitter.com/wMLz1756VB — Tammy abraham (@tammyabraham) July 20, 2017 As with the 2-2 draw with Philadelphia Union, it is wise to not read too much into a pre-season friendly that includes around twenty players…