Thursday Sep 11
From a cow field to the King's Road: Garry Monk hopes fairytale...
Monk recounted how when he first arrived, players crawled through a fence to train and says he will show Jack to a King - the tale of the Swans' meteoric rise - to new players But that is not a major problem, after all, the fledgling manager actually experienced first hand many of those dramatic days himself. 'Jack To A King' gets its first showing at London's glitzy Empire Leicester Square tonight, but Monk and his men have a prior appointment across town the following day when they tangle with Jose Mourinho's star-studded Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Ice cold Sigurdsson steers Swansea
Brendan Rodgers and co had already defied the pundits with a string of accomplished Premiership displays, but it was a thrilling 3-2 home win over Arsenal that finally convinced the masses the Swans were in the big time to stay. The victory brought about mass hysteria in the media, with Danny Graham, Scott Sinclair, Nathan Dyer and Leon Britton all suddenly ear marked for international call ups that never materialised.
Sources: Valencia close in on transfer moves for Negredo, Guarin
The Spain striker is expected to return to La Liga on an initial loan, although Valencia will also be committing to a permanent deal in the future.
Scott Sinclair becomes a target for Stoke as Potters consider loan deal
Stoke have inquired about taking the Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair on loan after Peter Odemwingie was carried off in Saturday's win 1-0 at the Etihad.
Swansea start boosts Wales - Taylor
Swansea City left-back Neil Taylor says his side's recent run of form will help add momentum to Wales' Euro 2016 campaign.
Taylor puzzled by omissions
Swansea left-back Neil Taylor admits he is puzzled by the omission of some of his club's star players from the England squad.