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5 things from Hull

In Monk we trust – there were voices of discontent amongst the Jack Army when it was announced our manager had made seven changes for the game. Admittedly three were enforced and Lukasz Fabianski being recalled was inevitable but Wilfried Bony being left on the bench was a bit of a strange one. However the

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Hull v Swansea Preview

The Swans travel to Humberside to face Hull City this weekend looking to avoid a third straight league defeat for the first time this season. Here’s our preview. Opposition You could say it’s not been a great season for Steve Bruce’s side thus far. They were dumped out of the Europa league in the final

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Hull Q and A

Ian Waterson of the City Independent www.cityindependent.net answers our questions about this weekends opponenets Hull City. How’s your season been so far? Started off fine, but slowly tailed off to become progressively worse. Some rotten luck with injuries to key players and a penchant for conceding extremely late and damaging goals have really hurt us

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Loan Striker Poll – Results

A couple of weeks ago I did a piece on which striker you’d like to see arrive at the Liberty during the transfer window to replace Wilfried Bony while he’s away at the African Cup of Nations with Ivory Coast. And I can now reveal that the most popular striker in the poll was Arsenal’s

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5 things from Tottenham

Crosses again! – Last week we conceded two goals from balls into the box and we clearly learnt nothing as Spurs opened the scoring from a corner with less than five minutes on the clock. Our marking needs to be looked at here. Why is Angel Rangel being asked to mark Harry Kane? Surely Williams,

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Spurs Q and A

How’s the season been so far? Well, up and down really. Many fans would say down, as we are below where we were this time last season with AVB in charge. The team don’t seem to have settled down and this might be because of the chopping and changing for Europa League matches, but there

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Swansea v Tottenham Preview

The Swans face the final game of four successive matches against London clubs this weekend when Tottenham Hotspur visit the Liberty Stadium. Here’s our preview Opposition Mauricio Pochettino’s side have been largely inconsistent so far this term and have 21 points from their fifteen games – one point less and two points behind the Swans. The former Southampton

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16 Points dropped or 22 points gained?

By Adam Davis After watching another game last weekend where the Swans drew first blood but eventually succumbed to a more powerful team, I was disappointed with the media fixation with Swansea City’s ever increasing “dropped points” tally. It is now no secret that Swansea City have dropped as many as 16 points from winning

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5 things from West Ham

16 points – That’s how many we’ve dropped from winning positions after yesterday which is quite simply not good enough. Losing leads at Chelsea and Man City I can understand, but what about Newcastle, Stoke, Palace etc. I know we’ve got 22 points and we’re doing well but we should have more points on the board really

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West Ham Q and A

Ahead of Sunday’s game in East London we speak to Graeme Howlett the editor of Knees up Mother Brown. How’s the season been so far? Exceeding expectations. Our summer recruitment programme has paid off handsomely and the new arrivals have hit the ground running; Diafra Sakho, Enner Valencia, Alex Song, Cheik Kouyate and Aaron Cresswell – to

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