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Great window overshadowed by Rodon giveaway

The Jack Army has approached deadline day with a certain amount of trepidation in recent years. August 2018 is etched long in the memory after we gave away Federico Fernandez, Jordi Amat, Sam Clucas and Jordan Ayew in the hours of the transfer window and only one new player arrived.

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Everything Must Go

We can’t go on like this

After the summer transfer window shut I declared it as a disaster as four players departed with only one coming in, leaving us woefully short in certain positions and those players didn’t even depart for the money that we should have received for them.

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Here we go again…

It’s been the shortest summer I can remember and August 4th does seem very early to start the new season but the greatest game in the world is officially back as the Swans play their first Championship game since 2011 at Sheffield United on Saturday.

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A good window but gaps remain

There can be no doubt that Swansea City are stronger now than they were 24 hours before the transfer window closed. With the arrival of Renato Sanches, one of the brightest prospects in world football and the return of goal scoring hero Wilfried Bony the Jack Army are more confident of a successful campaign than at the start of the season.

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Sigurdsson – The Second Coming

Losing our talisman Gylfi Sigurdsson was always going to hurt, he is without doubt our best player and on sheer ability is the best Swansea City player of the Premier League era.

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The saga finally ends…

So the inevitable has happened at last and Gylfi Sigurdsson has finally signed for Everton for a fee in the region of £45 million.

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Cork deal suits all parties

Jack Cork always gave his all and was a model professional during his two and a half years at Swansea City. He was solid but also unspectacular and that statement proves exactly why we have made the right decision to accept a good offer from Burnley for his services.

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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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