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    Swansea v Stoke

    Tonight’s clash with unbeaten Stoke sees four ex-Swans returning, captain Joe Allen, Sam Clucas, Sam Surridge and Ben Wilmot.
    Stoke’s results so far this season:
    Stoke 3 - Reading 2
    Stoke 2 - Fleetwood 1 (EFL Cup)
    Birmingham 0 - Stoke 0
    Swansea are in a transitional phase with a new head-coach just appointed. He is implementing a new style of play, plus they have several new signings after a clear out of players this summer.
    Midfielder Jay Fulton is back in contention after a 3 match ban and right-back Ethan Laird is available after clinching a loan deal from Man Utd over the weekend.

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    Swansea 1 - Stoke 3
    Consolation goal from sub Piroe on 73’ but we were 0-3 down by then.
    Outplayed, bullied off the ball, high pressed into losing the ball continuously, what can you say.
    Stoke have progressed we have regressed since our last encounter. Two of their goals came from set pieces, of which we were so strong at last season.
    The inevitable ex-Swans player scored again, Clucas celebrating his goal as if he’d won the Cup, and going over to taunt the JA in the East Stand, removing his shirt and holding it in the air was disrespectful to the club that paid him massive wages for his inept displays in a Swans shirt when we were in the PL.
    One point from three games is relegation form, so we better start improving soon or we’ll be in a spiral to League One with our pretty football next season

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    Match highlights and it isn’t good to watch for Swans fans -

    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/hig...v-stoke-city-1

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