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    Bristol City v Swansea

    Swans fans and players, still stunned by the Stoke smash and grab on Tuesday night, will have to rally and go again just 72 hours later when we play at Bristol City on Friday night.
    Expectations are high for this season but moral is presently low as us fans are told it will take time for the new playing system to work.
    Judging by the groans heard around the stadium on Tuesday night when Stoke tore us a new one, our fans patience is not a strong point, and soon the groans will turn to boos if we cannot reverse this downward trend soon.
    Last edited by jackaway; 20-08-2021 at 04:25 AM.

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    A period of transition is inevitable -

    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/rus...tunity-respond

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    Tonight’s teams -

    Bristol City: Dan Bentley (captain), Danny Simpson, Jay Dasilva, Rob Atkinson, Matty James, Chris Martin, Andreas Weimann, Cameron Pring, Tomas Kalas, Alex Scott, Han-Noah Massengo.

    Substitutes: Max O’Leary, Tyreeq Bakinson, Nathan Baker, Antoine Semenyo, Nahki Wells, Andy King, Kasey Palmer.

    Swansea City: Steven Benda; Joel Latibeaudiere, Brandon Cooper, Ryan Manning; Ethan Laird, Jay Fulton, Matt Grimes (captain), Jake Bidwell; Jamie Paterson, Liam Cullen, Joel Piroe.

    Substitutes: Ben Hamer, Jamal Lowe, Morgan Whittaker, Kyle Joseph, Yan Dhanda, Lincoln Mcfayden, Dan Williams.

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    Cabango and Downes out because they tested positive for Covid!

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    FT: Bristol City 0- Swans 1 (Piroe 18’) Yippee!

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    Fair play big turn out of JA last night, over 2k, and they could be heard!
    It’s a happy weekend with our first win, especially after the disappointing display against Stoke, and hopefully a sign of better things to come.

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    Iolo had a very pleasant weekend thank you, after our surprise first win of the season at Bristol City last Friday night. The away allocation was sold out with 2,300 Jacks in attendance, although I couldnít go and watched it on Sky. Piroe scored the winner with his first shot hitting the post then driving home the rebound.
    A much improved performance, letís keep it going.

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