Tuesday, November 29, 2022

3 Players That Need to Step Up For Swansea City Including This €13m Summber Buy

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Diptanil Roy
Diptanil used to be a columnist of The 4th Official. Knows German and not afraid to use it on you.

After a fairytale debut with Swansea where his team beat Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, Clement continued to build on his good work earning 26 points from 18 games and leading the Swans to the safety season.

However this season things have gone downhill for them and Swansea are currently staggering at 18th position with just 8 points, same as that of Everton, but with a better goal difference. Their next two matches are Manchester United in the Carabao Cup and Arsenal in the league. It is tough to see the Swans coming away with anything from the two games, a situation bound to add more pressure to Clement’s demise at his current club.

Six defeats in their last seven matches has left the fans frustrated and the players must shoulder some responsibility. This is Swansea’s seventh straight season in the top flight since their promotion in 2011. The Swans must look to themselves as their top-flight run clearly proves they have the quality in their squad to cut it in the league. Here we will take a look at the players at the club who will need to step up for the Swans to help them regain their lost momentum.

Renato Sanches

Brought in from Bayern Munich on loan, Sanches is a promising youngster who was expected to shine this season. The exceptionally strong midfield enforcer has lost his way somewhat in the English league and has been criticized for his lacklustre performances by both pundits and fans.

He is another player who needs to up his game and if Sanches can live up to his potential, Swansea will find it easy to cope up with the rigours of the Premier League.

Jordan Ayew

The 26-year old Ghanian striker who can also play on either wing has had a quiet start to his season by his standards. 3 goals and 3 assists in 14 games is simply not enough for a player of his calibre in a team like Swansea City. The man who arrived after impressing in Aston Villa colours has failed to live upto his potential this season and Swansea will look upto him to create more chances for them.

Wilfried Bony

Swansea has just scored seven goals in their 11 league matches this season. Such an abysmal record boils down to the failure of the strikers to bang in the goals. Just one goal in six outings for the Ivory Coast striker has left the club in a worrying position. If Swansea wants to win games, the easiest thing for them to do would be to score their way through and for that Bony will just be the man to do it.

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