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  1. Swansea City understood to have offered Lukasz Fabianski a new...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The Pole has had a stellar first season at the Liberty with his form set to be rewarded by boss Garry Monk Swansea City are understood to have offered star goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski a new contract as they look to ward off impending interest from Premier League rivals. The Poland international was voted Swansea's player's player of the year on Wednesday night and is in contention for a club top-flight record 14 clean sheets in his team's clash with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Sunday.

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  2. Swansea City step up plans for summer signings but Huw Jenkins admits ...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Swansea City are stepping up their plans for summer strengthening with chairman Huw Jenkins admitting they cannot take their current success for granted. The Swans take on Crystal Palace on Sunday to bring the curtain down on a stunning campaign that has seen them better almost all their previous Premier League records.

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  3. Players committed to Swansea - MonkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    Swansea sold Wilfried Bony [L] to Manchester City this season for a club record A 28m but have kept key players such as captain Ashley Williams Garry Monk has denied suggestions that Swansea City could face a fight to keep hold of their star players this summer. Match of the Day pundit and former England defender Martin Keown has warned that the Swans could struggle to keep hold of their star names.

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  4. Jose up for manager awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sky Sports

    The Premier League has drawn up a five-strong list of candidates for Manager of the Year while eight are in the running for the Player of the Year award. Southampton's Ronald Koeman has earned a place on the shortlist after guiding his side into European contention despite losing a number of key players, including Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw, over the summer.

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  5. Barclays Player and Manager of the Season 2015 Nominees RevealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    ... contributors in terms of all-round attacking output: is a surprise inclusion on the five-man index, in which Swansea City's Garry Monk, Leicester City chief Nigel Pearson and Southampton supremo Ronald But top dogs Chelsea will surely dominate ...

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  6. Ki Sung-Yueng named Swansea Supporters' Player of the Year while...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Swansea City supporters have chosen Ki Sung-Yueng as their Player of the Year after a fine season under Garry Monk, while Lukasz Fabianski was crowned Players' Player of the Year. South Korean midfielder Ki has impressed for the Swans, who have risen to eighth in the Premier League table, after returning from a loan spell at Sunderland.

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  7. Swansea vs Man City - Premier League preview and team newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | A Different League

    Manchester City will be aiming to notch a fifth consecutive Premier League and move a step closer to finishing in second place by winning at Swansea City. The former champions have the home side to thank for being in pole position, as Swansea did a superb job on Arsenal on Monday evening.

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  8. Theo Walcott: May have done enough to earn a startRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sporting Life

    The final midweek game of the Premier League season should see Arsenal secure third place at the expense of Manchester United, thus avoiding a Champions League play-off towards the start of the next campaign. In all likelihood the Gunners need only one point to achieve their revised goal; it's equally likely that even if they manage six from this and a clash with West Brom on Sunday, they won't pass Manchester City in the battle for second.

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  9. Swansea boss Garry Monk admits the time was right for Ki Sung-yueng's knee surgeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    Swansea manager Garry Monk has revealed the club could take no further risks over Ki Sung-yueng's long-standing knee complaint. The influential midfielder has had a limited role in recent weeks after an impressive campaign and Swansea revealed before Sunday's 4-2 Barclays Premier League home defeat to Manchester City that he had undergone minor knee surgery.

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  10. Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins confident Garry Monk will sign a new deal at the clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Mail

    Monk confirmed on Friday that he had opened preliminary talks with Swansea over extending the three-year deal he signed last May. The 36-year-old - the youngest manager in the Barclays Premier League - has had a memorable first full season in charge at the Liberty Stadium as Swansea have recorded their highest finish of eighth with a club record points total. Monk has been linked to both Sunderland and West Ham but Jenkins says a new deal is about rewarding the former Swansea captain for what he has achieved rather than fending off interest from rival clubs.

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  11. Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer admits he let his form slip but hopes ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    Dyer started the season like a train amid talk of an England call but was axed by Garry Monk in February Nathan Dyer has admitted he's been guilty of letting his form slip at Swansea City but has revealed his hopes of putting things right next term. And he's claimed his period out of favour could help him rediscover the kind of form that had some mentioning an England call-up earlier this year.

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  12. The Swansea City and Cardiff City wantaway stars who took the Raheem Sterling routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    ... were the Welsh football wantaways. The Dutchman dubbed the Evil Genius had been a huge hit in his first year at Swansea City, his midfield play often breathtaking as Roberto Martinez's side stormed to the League One title in 2008. Bodde was clearly ...

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  13. Ki Sung-Yueng undergoes knee surgery to cure problem which has lasted two yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    The midfielder has had a season to remember after his return to the Liberty but has gone under the knife with next season in mind Ki Sung-Yueng has undergone surgery in a bid to rid the Swansea City midfielder of a knee problem that has lasted two years. South Korea star Ki is in the running for the club's player of the year honour after a hugely impressive and influential campaign back at the Liberty after his loan exile was ended by Garry Monk.

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  14. Monk best Swansea manager - JenkinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | BBC News

    "He has to be [the best], he's finished with the top number of points and finished eighth in the Premier League," Jenkins said. "Garry has grown and developed as a person, as a manager and learnt a lot in this period, and I feel he's finished the season in a real strong, positive way himself."

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  15. Sunderland to stifle - NicholasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Sky Sports

    Charlie Nicholas believes Sunderland will attempt to replicate Swansea's stifling tactics on Wednesday night in an attempt to secure survival. The Black Cats only need a point to ensure their place in the Premier League next season as they sit three points ahead of 18th-placed Hull, although an inferior goal difference means that defeat will see them still in danger come Sunday's final round of fixtures.

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  16. Pellegrini backs Bony to be Manchester City successRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Bangkok Post

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini is confident Wilfried Bony will go on to become a success after insisting he is a player they "need." Manchester City's Wilfried Bony scores their fourth goal during the Premier League match against Swansea City at Liberty Stadium on May 17, 2015 The substitute reminded Swansea what they were missing with a late goal as City guaranteed themselves a top-three finish and direct entry into next season's Champions League with a 4-2 win at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday.

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  17. Save of the season?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Sky Sports

    Manchester City's Joe Hart pulled off a world-class save to deny Swansea's Federico Fernandez from scoring with a bullet header Manchester City's Joe Hart pulled off a world-class save and showed incredible reflexes to deny Swansea's Federico Fernandez. The England goalkeeper flung himself across his goal to divert the Swansea man's bullet headed effort around the post with a flying fingertip save.

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  18. The big Swansea City Debrief: Garry Monk's men should be proud after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | IcNetwork

    Swansea City were beaten 4-2 in a scoreline that flattered reigning champions Manchester City and here Steve Tucker looks at the highs and lows of the game Swansea City looked like pulling off one of the most remarkable comebacks of the Premier League season when they stormed back to 2-2 against Manchester City yesterday. But, in the end, Manuel Pellegrini's all-stars powered to victory and the A 28m man Wilfried Bony had the final say.

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  19. Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart must keep improving, according to boss Manuel PellegriniRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Tivyside Advertiser

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insisted Joe Hart must keep improving if he is to become the best goalkeeper in the world. Hart produced possibly the save of the season in City's 4-2 Barclays Premier League win at Swansea, his flying one-handed stop preventing Federico Fernandez's 82nd-minute header from making it 3-3.

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  20. Swansea City 2 Manchester City 4 player ratings: Was it Yaya...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | The Independent

    Two goals by Yaya Toure led to a very important win for Manchester City against Swansea that put them ever so close to second place and guaranteed automatic Champions League qualification. The Swans started strong but were halted with the Ivorian international's first on 21 minutes as Lukasz Fabianski failed to hold on to the ball.

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