City seek a century as Swansea hope for a miracle

Tanya Simon
May 11, 2018

It's a sad day obviously, but this season has been very hard for me.

The long-serving pair will be on the bench for the last game of the season, one that is likely to confirm Swansea's relegation from the Premier League.

Swansea, on the other hand, need to win their final game against already relegated Stoke City and hope Huddersfield Town lose at Chelsea and at home to Arsenal.

The loss of their two key players, who were not adequately replaced, put them on an immediate backburner coming into this campaign when they had flirted with the drop last season.

"We played well. We are not down, in terms of confidence and in terms how we are playing, we were damaged because we got so close to getting a significant result and a significant victory which clearly would have helped our situation".

"I want to give something back to the club after I finish playing, maybe using my knowledge in some way. Today I wanted to see the same focus we displayed [at Swansea]".

Swansea City approached former manager Michael Laudrup over a return before appointing Carlos Carvalhal, according to the Danish great's agent.

But no wins in eight games - in which Swansea have scored only twice - has condemned them to needing a football miracle to survive on the final day.

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Sky Bet are offering a whopping 150/1 for Swansea to avoid relegation in the 2017/18 Premier League season.

"You spend most of your time trying to preempt what happens in the future and sometimes it catches you out and you have to deal with things".

"To be the best, to be alongside those teams, we have to win more", he added.

"I'm not for one minute suggesting Swansea had anything to do with that", Hughes said of the hotel row.

"Who's going to be the manager now is the big question", Roberts said before the news broke of Carvalhal's imminent departure.

"If he understands there are mistakes made in the past he is in the best position to say".

I don't remember joyously throwing Tony Pulis aloft after he kept Crystal Palace in the Premier League. are these celebrations a bit excessive or am I getting this wrong?? "It is clear he knows".

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