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    Swansea v Derby

    Derby are the visitors to the Liberty on Saturday as we play our second game of seven matches this month. Wayne Rooney joined Derby last month as player coach and he has improved their results. Last time out they trounced our bogey side Stoke 4-0 and confidence will be high.
    Iím expecting a tough match, but if we are to do anything this season then we need to string some wins together, starting on Saturday.
    Good news on the injury front, Connor Roberts is fit again after a shoulder injury.

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    Birmingham beat Bristol tonight 1-3, as Bristol on 50 points lost their chance to widen the gap. One place below, Preston on 47 points play a local derby at lowly Wigan in a 12:30 k.o.
    Swans on 46 points must beat Derby to keep up, with several clubs snapping at their heels. It’s crunch time let’s hope we’re ready.

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    There was a rallying cry to the fans to get behind the team from the manager and chairman yesterday, but what sort of attendance are we going to get though, clashing with the home internationals rugby.
    The Ireland v Wales match kicks off at 14:15, our match at 15:00.
    Last edited by Iolo; 08-02-2020 at 07:38 AM.

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    All that hard work, unable to manage a lead, weak defending, weak goalkeeping, sixth home defeat of the season to a team that had forgotten how to win away from home since last August.

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    What did Wilmot and Cabango do to get dropped. Guehi very poor today. Woodman has deteriorated since here, got to be the goalkeeping coachís fault

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    Only a few days to get over that capitulation before we go again v QPR on Tuesday.

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    There's no muscle in our team, we get bullied off the ball. A bunch of inexperienced lightweight kids against hardened, experienced Championship players and there only going to be one outcome.

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    Plus an inexperienced manager who can't read the game and doesn't know when to use subs. Derby's subs changed the game, Cooper had no answer until it was too late.

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