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    Swansea v QPR

    Season finale tomorrow with an early kick-off at 12:30.
    Close season will be another one of turmoil as players leave and favourites get sold to balance the books. We have to accept that our owners are small fry in the football world and are never going to invest to get us back to the PL.
    QPR have won one of their last six away games, Swans have won one of their last six home games. Draw anybody?
    No injury problems for the Swans except key defender Cabango, who we badly missed against Forest.
    This will be QPR head-coach Mark Warburtonís last game in charge. After a disastrous run of form his contract is not being renewed.

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    Swans unchanged -
    Swansea City: Andy Fisher, Joel Latibeaudiere, Kyle Naughton, Ryan Manning, Cyrus Christie, Flynn Downes, Matt Grimes (c), Hannes Wolf, Joel Piroe, Cameron Congreve, Michael Obafemi.
    Subs: Ben Hamer, Jay Fulton, Korey Smith, Olivier Ntcham, Jamie Paterson, Azeem Abdulai, Joel Cotterill.

    Queens Park Rangers: Seny Dieng, Yoann Barbet (c), Luke Amos, Lyndon Dykes, Ilias Chair, Dominic Ball, George Thomas, Sam McCallum, Dion Sanderson, Sam Field, Albert Adomah.
    Subs: Joe Walsh, Murphy Mahoney, Osman Kakay, Andre Dozzell, Andre Gray.

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    Where’s the VAR when you need it. Close decision for our disallowed goal. Poor defending on our right side, midfielder Flynn covering for Latibeaudiere who went off injured, was beaten by Dozzell who crossed for Gray to fire into an empty net, awful defending once again and no replacement defender on the bench.
    QPR deserved the win and looked like the home side, some of our players were on the beach and they should be shipped out.
    A close season of turmoil ahead as Piroe and Downes will be targets for other clubs and we try to replace whoever goes.
    Already we know Bennett, Fulton, Smith and Hamer have been told they’re not wanted, Christie, Wolf and Burns return to parent clubs, that seven players already. A load of loan players return, how many of those will be kept on, watch this space.
    Last edited by jackaway; 07-05-2022 at 03:51 PM.

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    Add to that Yan Dhanda and Josh Gould, that’s nine players.
    Awful match again today, lethargic Swans not up for it, couldn’t break down QPR.
    Defence has got to be sorted in the summer or we’ll be fighting relegation.

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    You can add Benda to the list, heíll be gone too, one more for a football team.
    Boys, what a load of rubbish today, is that the best we can do?
    Same defenders as last week, didnít we learn anything from Forest defeat.
    Same passing back and fore to the keeper, pointless sideways and backward passing.
    And when we got in box we were either afraid to shoot or our shots were blocked.
    Itís going to be a tough season next if we donít strenghten and improve.
    We also need a new captain, Grimes was just going through the motions today, no leadership.

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    Liam Walsh on loan at Hull completes the eleven!

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