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Premier League preview: Swansea vs Wolves

27 Apr 2012


koclokindoblog, 27 April 2012, Already relegated Wolves have nothing but pride to gain as they travel to Swansea City in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Since the Molineux-based outfit sacked Mick McCarthy on February 13, they have failed to win with caretaker boss Terry Connor overseeing a run which saw them lose eight times in 10 matches.

And the poor form culminated in relegation from the top flight after title chasers Manchester City defeated them 2-0 on Sunday.

Connor insists Wolves will take the remainder of the season seriously though as they try to end the campaign on a high.

"We've got three more games to complete the season, and we need to approach them in right manner," said Connor after the club's relegation.

"The (English) Premier League is said to be best in the world so we'll be honest and competitive for three more games as the performances and results we get may have a bearing on how the league pans out, so we owe it the league and everybody to finish it off.

"We'll finish the season, we'll finish it competitively and then we'll sit down and decide where the club wishes to go and which path to take."

The likes of Steven Fletcher, Kevin Doyle and Stephen Hunt are sure to attract attention from other clubs but Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey has rejected suggestions they will be forced into selling their stars.

"We need to address the managerial position at the end of the season, and then, once that's resolved, address the playing situation," Moxey said.

"What is for certain is that some players will go and some will be signed but we want to try to keep our best players.

"We're under no financial pressure to sell, but we also understand the realities of football."

Connor is likely to use a few of the club's younger players over the next few weeks with 21-year-old midfielder David Davis set to start again.

Senior players Hunt and Jamie O'Hara (both groin), Sebastian Bassong and Jody Craddock (both hamstring) and Wayne Hennessey (knee) are all sidelined.

Swansea City's push for a top-half finish could be given a boost by the visit of Wolves as they look to improve on a run of form that has seen them win just one of their last six matches.

Manager Brendan Rodgers has taken the chance to experiment with the side given their safe position but a top-10 finish would be a great result for the club in their first ever English Premier League season. 
 
soccerway.com


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