I hope that the players / management sit down and watch games like this one. They make it look simple. Of course, they have world class players and a charismatic coach but there's lots they can learn by just watching.
I'm thinking of Dan James in particular. That guy has buckets of talent but he can't finish for his like. He should look at players like the one who scored the second and try and emulate that.
Again, there's a huge gulf in class. I'm not comparing us to Liverpool, obviously. I may have mentioned this before, but I used to play a lot of squash before injuries laid me up. I was fortunate to be able to watch Adrian Davies, a top 5 player in the world practice with an Australian top three player at my club. I saw what they could do and how they did it and just watching them ended up improving my game. I never made it into the top 5 however!!
Apologies if already mentioned but I can't trawl through every post.
He was asked on R5L whether he was sorry to see Swans go down. It was an emphatic no, the reason being that every time he tweets something about Swansea the fans post pictures if him getting "smashed by Pintado"
I've posted many times on here about our home form and how it differs to our away form.
We are a different kettle of fish at home. Even if we chalk off the Arsenal and Liverpool games (!!!!) as being shots to nothing against bigger sides, we beat Burnley and most recently West Ham with good performances.
I can't say for definite whether we'll win one, two or any of our remaining home games but I'm positive we will get enough points from them. I can be negative when it comes to the Swans but I wish a few more on here would be a bit more poitive about our prospects seeing 4/6 are at home.