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Top Twenty Away Days This Century. Number 20.

The Swans recently put a poll out about the best away days in recent years and some of the selections and votes left me feeling underwhelmed. So I’m going to bring you my top 20 over the coming weeks and months and rank them in what I think is the correct order…

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Lessons Must Be Learnt This Summer

I’m over the moon Swansea City have managed to secure another campaign of Premier League football and full credit to Paul Clement for rescuing us. We looked dead and buried at the turn of the year with an embarrassing twelve points at the halfway stage of the season, so finishing 15th is an excellent return.

But don’t let that fool you into believing this has been a successful season, it’s been far from that. We have survived in spite of all the off-field goings on at the club – not because we are still that model club that many others aspire to be.

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Changes needed before it’s too late.

After the home game with Burnley things were as positive at the Liberty Stadium as they had been all season. A joyous last minute winner from Fernando Llorente had put us six points ahead of Hull and our chances of survival were considered very good.

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No More Tinkering

If you’re not seriously alarmed by the form of Swansea City at the moment then you definitely should be. Two points from the last ten games isn’t just relegation form, its complete humiliation. This club looks in serious danger of sliding into the Championship with a whimper and arresting that slide looks a mighty task.

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Leicester City (a) preview

After a comfortable victory at Peterborough in the League Cup, the Swans return to league action on Saturday with a visit to the King Power to face champions Leicester City. Here’s our preview…

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And so it begins…

To say it’s been an interesting summer in south Wales would be a bit of an understatement as Swansea City prepare for their 6th consecutive season of Premier League football. We’ve waved goodbye to a clutch of players, namely our legendary skipper, while we’ve welcomed some new faces including two new strikers, one of which for a record-breaking fee.

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