Swansea’s League Cup triumph is a reward for great administration and management - originally posted on Soccerlens.comSwansea celebrated a historic night on Sunday as the Wales side won their first major trophy in their 101-year history, the League Cup, after eviscerating League Two side Bradford City 5-0 in a one-sided final at the Wembley Stadium.
Swansea players celebrate the club’s first major trophy
Manager Michael Laudrup hailed the victory as the greatest achievement in his managerial career. As a player, the Dane earned laurels and distinctions with clubs like Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona but he feels this achievement as one of the very best as the joy of winning something with a “smaller team like Swansea” is something special to him.
Swansea are one of the well run and well administered club in Britain and their success story is a culmination of constructive thought processes and hard work laid by past managers.
Current Wigan manager Roberto Martinez was the prime a...