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Kingsley Makes Crewe Debut At Wigan
Saturday, 29th Aug 2015 17:44 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)

Stephen Kingsley had an impressive debut for Crewe today as they were beaten 1-0 by WIgan at the DW Stadium although they were, by all accounts, unlucky with that final result.

Kingsley joined Crewe this week on an emergency loan having been involved in the Swans pre-season training camp and with the club believing that a spell at the League One club would be more beneficial for him than playing for the Under-21s.

Kingsley played at left back and was a constant threat to the Wigan defence getting forward and almost grabbed a debut goal but was denied by a flying save from the home goalkeeper.

Earlier in the day, Kingsley had spoken about how much he was looking forward to his debut “If I’m involved at Wigan then it would be a good place to make my Crewe debut. They are a big club and it wasn’t that long ago that they were in the Premier League and winning the FA Cup.

“It should be a great game in a good atmosphere and one you would look forward to. They have come down from the Championship and are expected to do well in this division so we know it will be tough but the spirit is good here and we will play with no fear.

“It will be a challenge but one we are all looking forward to and it would be great to get our first win of the season there.”

Another Swans loanee Adam King also played in the game

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