Swansea manager Garry Monk insists he has no plans to sell Jonjo Shelvey, despite criticising the midfielder for his 'laziness.'Read the full story ›
The Football Association has charged Swansea City’s Jonjo Shelvey with violent conduct, following an incident in his side’s fixture with Liverpool.
The incident, which was not seen by the match officials but caught on video, occurred during the fixture between the two sides at Anfield on Monday
Shelvey has until 6pm on Wednesday to respond.
Swansea manager Garry Monk says he's disappointed his side's mistakes cost them the game at against Liverpool last night.Read the full story ›
A first-half free kick from Glyfi Sigurdsson was enough to see Swansea City past Aston Villa in the Premier League on Boxing Day at the Liberty Stadium.
The Icelandic midfielder curled in from the left corner of the box after 13 minutes, before the hosts suffered an injury blow when Jefferson Montero limped off.
Garry Monk's side seemed to be reasonably comfortable throughout most of the second half, but Villa applied late pressure.
Lukasz Fabianski was forced to make several late saves to hold on to the points, including a superb one-handed stop from Christian Benteke's header.
Swansea City lead 1-0 against Aston Villa at half-time in their Premier League clash.
Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson got the hosts' goal, curling a free kick into the top corner after 13 minutes.
Winger Jefferson Montero later hobbled off with an injury, to be replaced by Wayne Routledge.
His arrival solves a problem for Swansea manager Garry Monk who will lose top scorer Wilfried Bony to the African Nations Cup next month.Read the full story ›
Swansea City won by a goal to nil at Hull in the Premier League.
Ki Sung Yueng was the only scorer on fifteen minutes.
Swansea City are currently leading at half time, one point to nil at the KC Stadium.
A goal by Ki Sung-Yueng helped put Monk's men in front.
Swansea boss Garry Monk insists the club does not rely on Wilfried Bony to score.Read the full story ›
Swansea City were beaten by a last minute Christian Eriksen goal as Tottenham Hotspur claimed all three points at the Liberty Stadium.
Spurs striker Harry Kane headed the away side in front from a corner early on.
Swansea City, who dominated possession and missed a host of chances, finally leveled from Wilfried Bony just after the break, his 20th Premier League goal of 2014.
Although a poor clearance from Swans defender Jazz Richards allowed Eriksen the chance to drive home the winner.