With the Premier League season now behind us it is a perfect time to look back on what will go down as one of the greatest league seasons we have ever seen.
There can be little doubt that the side who performs best in the two transfer windows will be a side to contend within the league, while clubs who squander their cash on exotic foreign duds are usually left licking their wounds...
Former Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has confirmed he will take legal advice after being sacked by the club.
The Dane parted company with City on Tuesday night in the wake of a disappointing run of form that saw the club lose four of their last five Premier League matches, to leave them just two points above the relegation zone.
Despite a string of disappointing results...
Michael Laudrup is taking legal advice after being fired as Swansea manager on Tuesday.
Laudrup revealed Thursday he was notified of his dismissal in ''the briefest of letters which gave no reasons why such hasty and final action was deemed necessary.''
The Dane adds that he is ''of course taking legal advice'' and the League Managers Association has ''already written to the club...
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February 06, 2014
The decision by Swansea City’s board of directors to sack manager Michael Laudrup today makes very little sense at a side that has been a role model on how to successfully run a Premier League club.
There’s no denying that Swansea have had a poor run of form — only winning one of its last 9 league matches. But numbers often don’t tell the whole story. Not included in that...
Swansea have "parted company" with manager Michael Laudrup.
Veteran defender Garry Monk and first-team coach Alan Curtis are to take charge of first-team affairs, the Barclays Premier League club announced.
Laudrup had been under increasing pressure with the team winning just one of their last 10 league matches.
Laudrup's relationship with the club had reportedly been strained...
Michael Laudrup was fired as Swansea manager on Tuesday, paying the price for a slump in the year since delivering the south Wales club's first major trophy.
The Dane is leaving the Premier League club after 20 months, having signed a new contract in March 2013 after being linked with leading clubs following his team's triumph in the League Cup.
Now, though, Swansea is 12th in...
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February 04, 2014
Swansea City have released a statement Tuesday saying that the club has decided to part ways with former-manager Michael Laudrup.
In his first year at Liberty Stadium in 2012-13, Swansea finished ninth in the Premier League. Many thought that Swansea were going to come back stronger than the year before with the addition of Ivory Coast international striker Wilfried Bony and midfielder...
Swansea City have parted ways with manager Michael Laudrup, and have installed captain Garry Monk as head coach for the foreseeable future who will work alongside current first team coach Alan Curtis.
Despite defeating Manchester United in the FA Cup Third Round and qualifying for the knockout stages of the Europa League where the Swans will play Napoli, Swansea sit in 12th position...