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Non basta il miglior Swansea: il Manchester City fa sei su sei

LONDRA – L’orrenda giornata dei tecnici italiani in Premier comincia col Leicester City di Claudio Ranieri devastato a Manchester dallo United, prosegue col ko interno dello Swansea City di Francesco Guidolin ad opera del Manchester City e si conclude con l’umiliante sconfitta del Chelsea di Antonio Conte nel derby con l’Arsenal all’Emirates. 474 more words


Fantasy Football – Review & Tips Part 3

It’s midweek again and we’re probably all thinking about our Fantasy Football Lineups. Following a fairly interesting weekend of games, there are many decisions to be made. 494 more words


Chelsea boss Antonio Conte will win them the Premier League, claims Swansea City's Fernando Llorente

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is going to win the Blues the Premier League title, according to former charge and Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente.

The Spaniard played under the the 47-year-old at Juventus in the 2013/14 season, and was very impressed by his passion. 206 more words


Flops of the weekend: Tottenham's Harry Kane and Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez struggle before international break

There were a few players who looked like they might already be thinking about their national teams during the final Premier League weekend before the international break. 929 more words


Video: Fernando Llorente misses absolute sitter on Swansea City debut

Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente has had an absolute mare on his debut for the club in a friendly win over Stade Rennais.

The World Cup winner, who joined the club last week from Sevilla, offered a glimpse into why he may only have scored four goals in La Liga last season. 72 more words


Will Swansea Struggle Without Ayew

Last season Swansea were extremely reliant on their Ghanaian talisman.

Of Swansea’s 42 goals last season Ayew was involved in 14 of them, which equates to a third of all Swansea’s conversions. 308 more words


Swansea - Premier League Preview

Swansea are at risk of losing their identity. Once applauded as a breath of fresh air in the top half of the league under the sterling tutelage of Michael Laudrup, Swansea are now one of those clubs fearful of relegation battles and find themselves on the brink of selling their star man Andre Ayew. 463 more words