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Monk 'frustrated' at Swansea draw

Swansea City manager Garry Monk admits he was frustrated that his side didn't pick up all three points against Sunderland.

The Swans went a goal down to the visitors to the Liberty Stadium thanks to a first half Jermain Defoe strike.

But despite Ki Sung-yueng's equaliser after the break, Monk thought his side deserved more than a point.

We got a good equaliser from Ki and we tried to push to get the second but it just wasn't meant to be today and sometimes that happens. We had enough chances to score at least two or three goals today but it didn't want to go in the back of the net unfortunately.

– Garry Monk

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Kyle Naughton completes move to Swansea City

Kyle Naughton has completed his move to Swansea City from Tottenham, the club has announced.

The 26-year-old full-back has signed a three-and-a-half year deal at the Liberty Stadium after more than five years at White Hart Lane.

Kyle Naughton says he is looking forward to settling into Swansea life. Credit: Andrew Matthews/EMPICS Sport

Speaking to the club's website, Naughton said: “My main aim is to start playing regular football again. I know it’s going to be a tough challenge because there are some very good players here, but that’s my goal.

“I’ve had quite a few loan moves over my career, but I actually played 34 games last season for Spurs, which is a fair amount. The main problem for me, however, was that I was still in and out of the team. That’s difficult at times.

“I’m sad to be leaving Spurs because it’s a great club. I was there quite a while and the lads are a great bunch. But now I just want to settle into life at Swansea and try to play regularly. It all comes down to playing football – after all, that’s my job.’’

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FA Cup: Welsh clubs draw Championship sides

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Swansea City have been drawn away to Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City at home to Reading in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

The fixtures will take place on the weekend of 24 January.

Swansea secured their place in the fourth round after a 6-2 win at Tranmere at the weekend and Blackburn beat Charlton.

Cardiff became the first side to reach the round afterthey won 3-1 against Colchester whilst Reading won away at Huddersfield.

Swans manager Monk hopes Gomis will provide competition for star striker Bony

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Swansea manager Garry Monk says he hopes striker Bafetimbi Gomis will provide competition for their top scorer Wilfried Bony.

Gomis scored twice during the Swans' 6-2 victory over League Two side Tranmere in the third round of the FA Cup yesterday. The French international will stand in as Swansea's first-choice striker while Bony is away at the African Nations Cup.

Monk says he's keen to keep his squad together and hopes to add to the 'quality' he has during the transfer window.

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FT: Tranmere 2-6 Swansea

Modou Barrow celebrates his goal against Tranmere Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire.

Swansea City romped to victory over Tranmere in the third round of the FA Cup. Goals from Nathan Dyer, Tom Carroll, Modou Barrow, Wayne Routledge and a brace for Bafetimbi Gomis sealed the win for the visitors. It could've been a hat-trick from Gomis but a volley from inside the box in the 81st minute was ruled offside. Final score Tranmere 2-6 Swansea.

Swansea City's Nathan Dyer battles for the ball with Tranmere Rovers' Janoi Donacien and Marc Laird Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire
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