“The balance is slightly off because we’re a little bit heavier in midfield than we would like“. So says Paul Clement, and he’s right, and it’s causing Swansea more problems than might at first be obvious. Sometimes limitation is a good thing. Faced with so
It’s so frustrating watching Swansea City these days. The club’s identity has dissolved, eroded by too many managerial changes in too short a period of time, by too much botched transfer business, by a continued lack of succession planning, once the key principle behind Swansea’s
Funny how it’s always much easier to write about a defeat than a victory. Maybe it’s because criticism is more fun to read than praise (it’s definitely more fun to write), and while criticism of a losing team seems deserved, it looks like nit-picking when
Paul Clement has had an extra week to figure out why his Swansea team are struggling ahead of Saturday’s home fixture against newly promoted Huddersfield Town. Swansea rightly have no place losing this fixture, and even a draw would be underwhelming, regardless of current form.
My name’s Max and I was once a Football Manager addict*. I’m a few years clean now, but back in 2012 I was still hooked. I wrote this piece for an old blog before Sports Interactive brought ‘scenarios’ to the PC version, and although I’m