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    Birmingham v Swansea

    An excellent win on Wednesday night against promotion favourites West Brom, coupled with the derby win against Cardiff a few days before shows we are gelling as a team and at last, after a rocky start, we are scoring goals and winning games.
    A partnership between Paterson and Piroe is blossoming with goals and assists and we are fairly solid defensively.
    Next up is Birmingham away, with our initial allocation of 1500 tickets sold out, more are now on sale and it is expected that 2000 of our fans will attend.
    The Blues are on a dreadful run and havenít won or scored a goal in the last six games, the latest match a 0-0 draw at in form Huddersfield on Wed night.
    There are no easy matches in the Championship, itís a tough league and results are hard to predict.
    Iíd like to see some of our other players scoring besides the two Pís as there is always the risk of injuries disrupting their run of goals.

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    Russell Martin has challenged the players to make it three wins in a week -

    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/let...ays-swans-boss

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    Manning and Obafemi available again, Downes late fitness test after being subbed on Wed night with tight hamstring -

    https://www.swanseacity.com/news/rya...es-be-assessed

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    No easy matches as you say. Lee Bowyer has gone all defensive after a shocking run of results.
    Let’s hope we can keep this run going and maintain our high confidence levels.

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    Shambles of a show by the Swans today.
    This coming after two good wins is hard to take.
    With huge possession at almost 75% we could do nothing with it, one shot on target!
    Brum could have scored 4 or 5 if it wasn’t for Hamer. It was their first win in eight games and their first goals in seven games.
    A relegation standard performance today and it’s back to the training ground for team Martin.

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    This is typical Swans throughout the years, flatter to deceive.
    Champs one day, chumps the next.
    Martin says the players are tired after three games in a week, utilise your squad then. They’d just had a two week break and played two home games and Birmingham is the shortest travel for an away game, tiredness shouldn’t come into it.
    What’s happened to Williams, Fulton, Cooper, Cabango?
    Why is he playing players out of position?

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    Well, having watched that we were very poor.
    Who was marking Deeney, Grimes arms up and stood aside for him to shoot.
    Shocking defending.
    Casual passing intercepted frequently by an average B’ham side more up for it than us.

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

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