Swans Safe in the Premier League
Post match report on Swans v Chelsea
Match report Swansea City V Norwich:
Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins says the club is 'delighted' to appoint Garry Monk as first-team manager on a three-year-contract.
Monk took over as head coach following the dismissal of manager Michael Laudrup on February 4.
– Huw Jenkins, Swansea City chairman
Garry represents all the strong values we hold so dearly as a football club and everyone is looking forward to working with him.
We have all been impressed with his work-rate and commitment since taking over the reins in February and how he adapted in very difficult circumstances to secure the points we needed to remain in the top-flight.
Garry will work with the current staff to refocus and improve the playing squad over the summer in order to build a strong, competitive team for another big challenge that lies ahead next season.
Jenkins said the Board of Directors had 'carefully considered' its next step, but decided the timing was right for Monk to be offered the job permanently.
Monk will be assisted by current coach Josep (Pep) Clotet.
Chairman Huw Jenkins on Monk: "Garry represents all the strong values we hold so dearly as a football club…” (1/2) http://t.co/MDZsErvHO5
Chairman Huw Jenkins on Monk: “We have all been impressed with his work-rate and commitment since taking over the reins in February.” (2/2)
After some solid defending from the Swans across the 90 minutes, it was a big disappointment for both the fans and Head Coach Garry Monk , when a last minute goal from the Saint's Rickie Lambert defeated goalkeeper, Michel Vorm
Just when I thought it can't get anymore hectic?? http://t.co/tuwIlvvQCh
Swansea manager Garry Monk has tweeted pictures of some new arrivals - his twins.
Swansea Manager, Garry Monk, has questioned referee Mike Dean's decision to award Crystal Palace a late penalty when the two sides met at the Liberty Stadium yesterday evening.
Swansea secured a draw against Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Swansea City have lost 4-3 away at Liverpool.
Liverpool had the early goals but Swansea fought back with determination. The Swans remain four points clear of the relegation zone.
It was also a chance for Swansea's new manager Garry Monk to come face-to-face with his old boss Brendan Rodgers.