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  1. Laudrup's faith rewarded


    When Pablo Hernandez slotted home a late equaliser to give Swansea a well-deserved point against Chelsea, it was a repayment of Michael Laudrup's faith - not just in Pablo, but also in the capabilities of the entire Swansea side. Laudrup set a new...

    Blog | November 04, 2012
  2. New Swans pass old Swans' test


    The much-anticipated reunion with Brendan Rodgers couldn't have gone much better for Swansea, but beyond the result lay a more significant victory. Whilst Rodgers is still trying to convince a wary Liverpool locker-room to buy into his philosophy, Mi...

    Blog | November 01, 2012
  3. Swans rediscover defence, lose Vorm


    It was always going to take a special effort for the Swans to get anything out of Manchester City. Last Saturday, Michael Laudrup's side went back to Wales without any points, but with plenty of reasons to feel good ... and one particular reason to f...

    Blog | October 28, 2012
  4. Swansea united, not divided


    A certain British newspaper recently ran an article that suggested a player revolt was in the offing at the Liberty Stadium, but any idea of a mutiny on the good ship Swansea is ridiculous. For a start, none of the proposed reasons for player unre...

    Blog | October 12, 2012
  5. Subdued Swans slip to fifth


    The team was different but the result was the same. Paul Lambert once again found a way to beat the Swans, who seemed stuck in second gear for long stretches versus Villa. Four games in and already certain trends are developing for Swans matches; ...

    Blog | September 16, 2012
  6. Swans look to extend streak against Villa


    The Swans look to extend their season-opening unbeaten streak to four games against Paul Lambert's transitional Villa. Last season, Lambert appeared to have the Swans' number as his Norwich side won both games, whilst Swansea battled Alex McLeish'...

    Blog | September 13, 2012
  7. Swans go Dutch again


    The Swans continue to boast a rich Spanish influence - but they are currently going Dutch with equal fervour. Dwight Tiendalli is the latest in a lengthening line of Dutchmen to come to the Liberty, where he'll join countrymen Jonathan de Guzman, ...

    Blog | September 11, 2012
  8. Swans Transfer D Day Grade


    This season's summer transfer deadline was among the more lively in recent years, with the Swans part of the saga including Scott Sinclair's transfer to Man City, the smart signing of Pablo Hernandez from Valencia and a few faces swapping fringe r...

    Blog | September 04, 2012
  9. Wolf In Cat's clothing spoils Swans perfect start


    Michael Laudrup and the Swans perfect winning start might be over, but their perfect unbeaten start continues. However, the Swans did suffer one significant loss on Saturday - that of Neil Taylor, who faces the rest of the season on the sidelines. ...

    Blog | September 03, 2012