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Thread: Swans v Stoke

  1. #1
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    Swans v Stoke

    Top against bottom, an intriguing match. No easy games, as we know, in this division. We will be expected to win but I don't think it will be that easy.
    Will Nathan Jones still be in charge?
    On paper they have a top team that hasn't clicked yet.
    Let's hope that they start getting better results after we've beaten them on Saturday.

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    Nathan Jones did the pre-match Press Conference yesterday before the team travel today so assume he’ll be in charge tomorrow.
    Swans need to grind out this one as I expect a tough match. Stoke are in a desperate position and need points badly. I’m sure Cooper will be getting the players focused. Stoke will have had an extra days rest before this match and I expect Cooper to utilise the squad to freshen things up. We need to follow up on that excellent win at Charlton with another win tomorrow before another of those dreaded two week International breaks kicks in.

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    The same pattern as Forest and Stoke, high press us and bully us off the ball. We’ve been sussed and have no answer to these tactics.
    Third home match in a row and pitiful to watch, other managers have seen the match replays and know how easy it is to beat us.
    For us, we have no answer and Cooper needs to spend the International break finding a way to solve this problem. We’ve dropped 8 points out of a possible 9 on offer and it’s not good enough if we have any intentions of doing well this season.
    It’s not new, Potter couldn’t find the answer last season, so Cooper and his tacticians need to go back to the drawing board pronto.

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    When are we going to learn? Out thought and out fought yesterday and we had no answer, highly embarrassing. Where was the top England coach we hired, he went missing yesterday, no counter tactics, same as the last two home games.

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    Groundhog Day over and over again at home. Just over two weeks Steve Cooper & Co to find an answer. Next up Brentford and Cardiff, who will copy the success of the other teams who've sussed us out.

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