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Swans v Huddersfield

keith margam

Vital Football Legend
#1
Swans v Huddersfield Sat 17 Oct 2020 3pm
Guehi, Ayew, Cabango and Roberts return from International duty to face Huddersfield and a ridiculously intense league schedule of matches up to Christmas, with another International break sandwiched in between for good measure.
The Terriers sit 19th in the table with a record of 1W 1D L2 F2 A5 and 4 points from the 4 games so far.
They have just lost their top scorer. West Brom made their ninth signing of the transfer window, bringing in Huddersfield forward Karlan Grant for £15m on a six year contract. Grant joined Huddersfield from Charlton in Jan 2019 and scored 4 goals from 13 matches in the PL for the remainder of their relegation season. Last season he was their top scorer with 19 goals from 44 matches in the Championship.
Huddersfield movements incoming this window:
Carel Eiting defensive midfielder from Ajax (loan)
Naby Sarr centre-back from Charlton (free)
Gonzalo Ávila Gordón (Pipa) right-back from Espanyol (£630k)
Joel Pereira goalkeeper from Man U (loan)

Danny Ward centre-forward from Cardiff (free)
 

keith margam

Vital Football Legend
#2
The teams:

Swansea City:
Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ben Cabango, Marc Guehi; Connor Roberts, Korey Smith, Matt Grimes (captain), Jake Bidwell; Andre Ayew, Viktor Gyokeres, Jamal Lowe.

Subs: Steven Benda, Jay Fulton, Liam Cullen, Yan Dhanda, Kasey Palmer, Jordon Garrick, Cameron Evans.

Huddersfield Town:
Ben Hamer, Pipa, Harry Toffolo, Jonathan Hogg, Juninho Bacuna, Richard Stearman, Carel Eiting, Isaac Mbenza, Josh Koroma, Naby Sarr, Christopher Schindler (captain).

Subs: Joel Pereira, Lewis O'Brien, Adama Diakhaby, Alex Pritchard, Fraizer Campbell, Demeaco Duhaney, Romoney Crichlow-Noble.
 

keith margam

Vital Football Legend
#3
HT 1-1
23’ Toffolo right footed shot following a corner
33’ Ayew penalty after Smith fouled in the box
Swans domineered, 4 shots on target but couldn’t score.
Swansea 1 yellow card - Huddersfield 3 yellow cards
 
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keith margam

Vital Football Legend
#4
FT 1-2 (Koroma 67’)
Have Swansea sold their promotion chances to satisfy our owners thirst for money. Defence weak without Rodon in the middle.
Lowly Huddersfield take the three points, Swansea couldn’t hit a barn door with their collection of bargain basement players, despite numerous chances.
 
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keith margam

Vital Football Legend
#6
15 shots, 7 on target, 12 corners and we still couldn’t score except for a penalty award, says it all really. Huddersfield had two corners and scored from one of them.
All those players brought in and there’s not a goal scorer amongst them.
 
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