Swansea City

17th Premier League | 8-18-3
  • Goals For
    11th
    36 GF
  • Assists
    10th
    24 GA
  • Shots
    13th
    206 Shots
  • Saves
    8th
    86 SAV
  • Report: Arsenal interested in Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel
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    Report: Arsenal interested in Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel

    According to a report by The Sun, Arsenal is monitoring the progress of Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel. The rumor does make sense. With Petr Cech at 34 years old and having a poor season in front of net and backup David Ospina failing to challenge him for the starting job, the Gunners are looking elsewhere to bring in a potential future starter. Schmeichel has been one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League the past two seasons. Last season he led the Foxes to the Premier League title, organizing a stunningly good defensive line of patchwork players. This season, the defense has largely regressed and let Schmeichel down, but he has still performed well and has the metrics

  • Lletget diagnosed with foot sprain, escaping further damage
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    Lletget diagnosed with foot sprain, escaping further damage

    Word has arrived from the LA Galaxy camp that will see USMNT fans feel relieved as Sebastian Lletget has escaped the news many feared. The young attacker was impressive in the first 18 minutes of the United States’ 6-0 win over Honduras, but was injured minutes after scoring the opening goal and could not continue. Replays showed that Lletget got his foot caught underneath a defender in the process of a hard challenge on the right wing. There was concern that Lletget would be out for a significant amount of time, but the Galaxy announced that after testing over the weekend, Lletget did not suffer any structural damage and was diagnosed with a left foot sprain. Lletget will visit a specialist

  • World Cup qualifiers: Dutch disaster persists; Greece hold Belgium
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    World Cup qualifiers: Dutch disaster persists; Greece hold Belgium

    A roundup of all of Saturday’s World Cup qualifying fixtures, as Groups A, B and H hit the halfway point in Europe… Bulgaria 2-0 Netherlands Spas Delev scored both Bulgarian goals (5th and 20th minutes) to secure all three points and send Danny Blind’s Netherlands side (7 points) into fourth place in Group A, six points back of leaders France and three back of second-place (qualifying playoffs) Sweden. 17-year-old Matthijs de Ligt was handed his international debut for the Dutch; he was ultimately at fault for both of Delev’s goals; he was subbed off at halftime (as was Georginio Wijnaldum). Luxembourg 1-3 France Olivier Giroud scored twice (28th and 77th minutes) for France, and Antoine Griezmann