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Tag Archives: Swansea City

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 13

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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Southampton against Manchester City was the showpiece game of the weekend, following the home side’s superb start to the season. Mike Jones was the man in charge at St Mary’s and had a strange first 45 minutes. The most bizarre … Continue reading

English Premier League Team Of The Week – Gameweek 11

Posted on by Amadi Tidiane
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Based on the performances in the 10 matches played during Matchweek 11 of the Premier League, as well as utilizing stats from WhoScored, Squawka and TransferMarkt, here’s my team of the weekend: Goalkeeper Guzan – [Aston Villa] – Brad Guzan … Continue reading

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 10

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The biggest game of the weekend was of course the Manchester derby. Michael Oliver had a tough game and could have awarded three penalties in addition to Chris Smalling’s sending off, which was ridiculous. After being booked for blocking Joe … Continue reading

Tottenham Hotspur Move A Poor Career Choice For Michel Vorm

Posted on by Hussein Jiva
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As has been the case for many seasons now, the summer transfer window has presented the Barclays English Premier League many eyebrow-raising moments. From the transfer of Carlos Tevez from Manchester United to Manchester City or the Robin van Persie … Continue reading

Reviewing Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 6

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The most controversial incident from the weekend came at Old Trafford, where Wayne Rooney was sent off for a high, and late challenge on Stewart Downing. Rooney was clearly trying to stop Downing’s progress, clip his ankles and get a … Continue reading

Reviewing The Premier League’s Key Decisions From Week 5

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The most entertaining game of the weekend came at the King Power Stadium, where Leicester came back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 at the expense of Manchester United. There is no escaping that United’s defense were all over the … Continue reading

Analysing The New Brigade Of English Premier League Managers

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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The Premier League in recent times has become the acid test for managers with the average tenure of a manager in England’s top-flight being just over one year according to a survey conducted as recently as May 2013. Another trend of … Continue reading

Cardiff City vs Swansea: The South Wales Derby Takes the Premier League’s Center Stage

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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There’s a first time for everything. The Football League in England was founded in 1888, and since its inception there has never been a matchup in the top flight between two clubs from Wales. There are nine Welsh clubs competing … Continue reading

The Early Season Roller Coaster Ride for Premier League Managers Continues

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The Barclay’s Premier League season kicked off on Saturday August 17, 2013. Each club has now played six matches and one manager has been fired (Sunderland’s Paolo Di Canio). Even after just six matches, some Premier League managers have been riding … Continue reading

R.I.P Besian Idrizaj

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

The agent of Swansea striker Besian Idrizaj has unfortunately told the media of the players death due to a heart attack on May 15th in his family home in Linz, Austria. Although not a regular in the Swansea side, it … Continue reading

Only Four More Shots At The Premiership…

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Firstly, congratulations to Roberto Di Matteo and his West Brom side who clinched the second automatic promotion berth and will be once again in the top flight next season. The sound coming from West Brom fans is that they’re desperate … Continue reading

How Should Cardiff Be Punished For Coin-Throwing Incident?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

There were some tremendous games at all levels of British football on Sunday. Cardiff and Swansea battled out a thrilling 2-2 draw. Luton gave the Football League a poke in the eye by winning a wonderful Johnstone Paint Trophy Final … Continue reading

Possible Upsets In the FA Cup?

Posted on by Shakira Graham

The 5th round of the FA Cup gets underway this Saturday and Sunday and the question is will there be any upsets or will it be business as usual? Watford v Chelsea – Vicarage Road Just last week I would … Continue reading

Swansea City to repeat Hull’s feat

Posted on by Chris Rivers

Another weekend gone and if you are a Swansea fan another great result which sees you to continue to inch up the Championship towards a play-offs spot. The win for the side from Wales moves them to within two points … Continue reading

Carling Cup Round Four Fixtures

Posted on by Shakira Graham

  The Carling Cup returns on Tuesday and four Championship sides are still in the mix for the Cup.Here are the fixtures for Round Four of the Carling Cup. Derby County v Leeds United – Pride Park Stadium 2:45 pm … Continue reading

Swansea vs Cardiff: The Return Of The Welsh Derby

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s been almost ten years since the two teams that are one of the most hated rivalries in British soccer last played a league match against each other. On that cold Spring morning in 1999, the Welsh derby between Cardiff … Continue reading

Spanish Influence Is In Vogue At Swansea City

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Newly promoted Swansea City couldn’t have picked a better time to ascend into the Championship. The Welsh club was a penalty kick away from being promoted to the league in May 2006, but Barnsley walked away victors that day in … Continue reading

Spanish Influence Is In Vogue At Swansea City

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Newly promoted Swansea City couldn’t have picked a better time to ascend into the Championship. The Welsh club was a penalty kick away from being promoted to the league in May 2006, but Barnsley walked away victors that day in … Continue reading