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Sunderland, Tottenham, Southampton, West Ham and Hull want Swansea’s Neil Taylor

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A host of Premier League clubs are keen to sign Swansea left-back Neil Taylor, according to reports. The Wales international was one of the stars of...

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A brief review of Premier League teams in August — Part One

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The Linesman takes the international break to look back at how August went for the Premier League teams.

1. Chelsea 9 pts

Di Matteo endured a magical 11/12 season and led Chelsea to the top of the table by nailing 3 out of 3, mostly thanks to new signing Eden Hazard, which the talented attacking midfielder had one goal and six assists and was the star in August.

Weekend Ticker: Swedish mid on trial in LA, World Cup ball named, and more

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By JOEY SAMUEL

Last night, the Los Angeles Galaxy continued their climb up the Western Conference standings with a win over Vancouver. And as they push to qualify for the playoffs, they could be ready to add yet another veteran to the fold.

Nasty Neil Taylor Ankle Fracture v Sunderland

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Swansea' Neil Taylor fracture's his ankle when colliding with a Sunderland player watch how the Welshman's ankle get's stuck in the turf as both players collide, nasty injury.

Swansea 2-2 Sunderland – Fletcher On The Double As Black Cats Hold Swans At The Liberty (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Swansea City 2-2 Sunderland Premier League 1st September 2012

Steven Fletcher celebrated his debut for Sunderland with a fine brace which would ultimately earn the Black Cats a creditable share of the points at the Liberty Stadium.

Results for Swansea ( 2 – 2 ) Sunderland at Liberty Stadium on September 1, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Match just over at Liberty Stadium English Premier League Home Team Swansea Goals & Scorers 66′: Michu;45′: Wayne Routledge; Keeper Michel Vorm Midfield Wayne Routledge; Michu; Nathan Dyer; Leon Britton; Jonathan De Guzman; Forwards Daniel Graham; Defense Chico; Neil Taylor; Angel Rangel; Ashley Williams; Subs 78′: [.

Team Lineup for Swansea v Sunderland at Liberty Stadium on September 1, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Playing at Liberty Stadium English Premier League Home Team Swansea Keeper Michel Vorm Midfield Leon Britton; Jonathan De Guzman; Wayne Routledge; Michu; Nathan Dyer; Forwards Daniel Graham; Defense Angel Rangel; Ashley Williams; Chico; Neil Taylor; Subs Away Team Sunderland Keeper Simon Mignolet Midfield [.

Results for Swansea ( 3 – 0 ) West Ham at Liberty Stadium on August 25, 2012, 12:45 pm

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Match just over at Liberty Stadium English Premier League Home Team Swansea Goals & Scorers 64′: Daniel Graham;29′: Michu;20′: Angel Rangel; Keeper Michel Vorm Midfield Jonathan De Guzman; Michu; Leon Britton; Forwards Nathan Dyer; Daniel Graham; Wayne Routledge; Defense Neil Taylor; Angel Rangel; Ashley Williams; Chico; Subs [.

Team Lineup for Swansea v West Ham at Liberty Stadium on August 25, 2012, 12:45 pm

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Playing at Liberty Stadium English Premier League Home Team Swansea Keeper Michel Vorm Midfield Michu; Scott Sinclair; Leon Britton; Jonathan De Guzman; Nathan Dyer; Forwards Daniel Graham; Defense Chico; Neil Taylor; Angel Rangel; Ashley Williams; Subs Away Team West Ham Keeper Jussi Jääskeläinen [.

Laudrup Rejects Allen Talk

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Michael Laudrup has made it clear that he would not welcome interest in any of Swansea's best players and he is determined to keep Joe Allen.
Midfielder Allen has been linked with a move to Liverpool even though Brendan Rodgers has agreed not to raid his former club.
And Laudrup has now cooled speculation suggesting the Wales international could be on his way out the Liberty Stadium exit door, insisting that he remains very much a key figure in the club's plans for the future.

West Brom 1-2 Swansea: Swans Battle Baggies To Claim Second Away Win Of The Season (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

West Bromwich Albion 1-2 Swansea City Premier League 4th February 2012


Swansea registered only their second away league win of the season at the Hawthorns on Saturday, after a hard fought victory against West Brom.

Swansea 1-1 Chelsea: Sinclair Stars Against Former Side As Blues Stumble Yet Again (Photos & Highlights)

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By Alan Duffy

Swansea City 1-1 Chelsea Premier League 31th January 2012


A last-gasp Neil Taylor own-goal saved Chelsea from another disappointing defeat on Tuesday night, after Swansea gave the home fans another superb display of pacy attacking football.

Match Preview: Liverpool v. Swansea City, 11.05.11

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Swansea visit Anfield in the last match before the break, looking to earn points away from home for just the second time this season. They find themselves in tenth on the strength of three home wins and two draws, but their only point on the road came via a 2-2 draw at Wolves. Liverpool will hoping to change things up as well after two consecutive 1-1 draws at Anfield prior to their win at the Hawthorns last weekend.

Three points, three goals and a beautiful day for Swansea

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So, Swansea City now have their first win under their belt, scoring their first goals and securing their first ‘sell out' of the season as the stadium finally hit the 20,000 mark.

It's been a long time coming but the Swans can now breathe a huge sigh of relief, with the vital three points propelling Brendan Rogers's side into fourteenth and after a superb performance on Saturday, Swansea fans will be wondering whether pundits may have been too quick to right off the team as relegation fodder only a few weeks into the new season.

Stuart Pearce

Fulham in for Danny Rose

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Fulham in for Spurs' Danny Rose

In the 2012 Olympics GB manager Stuart Pearce a former left-back came to the conclusion that Ryan Bertrand, Neil Taylor and Danny Rose were all too good to leave out of his team. That they are all left-backs didn't trouble Stuart: he would fit them in regardless.

In depth scouting: Neil Taylor

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Here is another player Fulham have been linked with.

The key question: does Neil Taylor have the stomach for a relegation battle?

Mixed thoughts:

On the one hand, he was sent off after 53 seconds in a Championship semi-final against Nottingham Forest.

This kind of recklessness under pressure is the last thing Fulham need.

Olympics 2012 Football Roster – Team GB

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Great Britain Coach: Stuart Pearce # Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club 1 GK Jack Butland 10 March 1993 (aged 19) 1 0 Birmingham City 2 DF Neil Taylor 7 February 1989 (aged 23) 1 0 Swansea City 3 DF Ryan Bertrand 5 August 1989 (aged 22) 1 0 Chelsea 4 DF [...]

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Allen Misses Wales' World Cup Qualifiers

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Liverpool's Joe Allen will miss Wales' World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Serbia.
Midfielder Allen was injured playing for his club against Notts County in the 4-2 win at Anfield on Tuesday night in the Capital One Cup.
Allen joins Swansea City's Neil Taylor on the sidelines.
They will be replaced in Chris Coleman's squad by David Vaughan of Sunderland and Ashley Richards of Swansea City.

Gunner excited to team with United icon

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Aaron Ramsey has been an active ambassador of Team GB's upcoming Olympics campaign but ahead of the team's July 26 kick-off, the Arsenal midfielder has identified Manchester United's Ryan Giggs as one of the keys to success this summer.

Ramsey is one of five Welshmen in Stuart Pearce's 18-man squad squad, with Swansea City duo Neil Taylor and Joe Allen, Liverpool's Craig Bellamy, and Giggs being the other four.

Ben Arfa – With Our Great Team Spirit Why Not The Top Four?

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Ben Arfa certainly seems to be enjoying the camaraderie  in the Newcastle dressing room these days. Ben Arfa takes on Neil Taylor on Friday The French International, who turned 25 last month, is back into top form, and we expect he has a good chance to be in the French squad for the upcoming European Championships this summer, along with his team-mate Yohan Cabaye.

Swansea vs Manchester City 1-0 Highlights 2012 Luke Moore Goal Sinclair Missed Penalty Video

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Swansea vs Chelsea 2012 Highlights 1-1 Goals Video Scott Sinclair Neil Taylor own goal Cole red card

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Taylor: Swansea are confident ahead of Arsenal clash (and don’t believe the rumours!)

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Swansea may have only been promoted to the Premiership this summer but with half the season gone they are comfortably in mid-table and are set to host Arsenal next weekend Their success this season is mostly due to the excellent form at home in the Liberty Stadium, where they have lost just once in their [.

Theo, the salary game, and more

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Good morning from the windiest place on earth (besides an old folks on home on semolina night).

A few bits and pieces going on this morning as we head into a kind of natural lull considering we don't play again until Monday. A report in the Telegraph this morning says that Arsenal have had informal meetings with Theo Walcott over his future.

Ramsey Can Be The Man For Arsenal Says Fellow Welsh International

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Aaron Ramsey is the man for Arsenal according to his fellow countryman Neil Taylor. Ramsey may not have started off to well for Arsenal this year, but lets be honest who has, but on Tuesday he was superb for Wales and did not deserve to be on the losing side. The pair will be in [...]

Rambo is tipped to be Wenger’s new top Gun

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Aaron Ramsey is good enough to fill the huge midfield gap at Arsenal left by the departures of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri.

That's the caoim in this morning's Mirror from Swansea defender and Wales team-mate Neil Taylor, 22, ahead of our Premier League home game against the top flight new boys.

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Team GB – Everything You Need To Know

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So the Olympic Games are nearly here already, and so here at the Footy Blog we've decided to preview the possible starting line up for Team GB and talk about our chances of winning the tournament in London.

Much has been said already of the decision to leave David Beckham out of the team, with manager Stuart Pearce stating that it was done purely for footballing reasons.

Full ‘Team GB’ Olympic Football Squad Announced – No Scottish Or Northern Irish Players Included

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By Chris Wright

Stuart Pearce has just announced his Beckham-less Team GB Olympic football squad, and it looks a little something like this (in alphabetical order):

Joe Allen (Swansea)
Craig Bellamy (Liverpool)
Ryan Bertrand (Chelsea)
Jack Butland (Birmingham)
Steven Caulker (Tottenham)
Tom Cleverley (Manchester United)
Jack Cork (Southampton)
Craig Dawson (West Bromwich)
Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)
Aaron Ramsay (Arsenal)
Micah Richards (Manchester City)
Danny Rose (Tottenham)
Scott Sinclair (Swansea)
Marvin Sordell (Bolton)
Jason Steele (Middlesbrough)
Daniel Sturridge (Chelsea)
Neil Taylor (Swansea)
James Tomkins (West Ham)

That's your lot cocker.

Swansea City v Newcastle United – Full match video, highlights and interviews.

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Swansea City v Newcastle United full match video, highlights and post match interviews. Teams, stats etc Swansea City (4-3-3): Michel Vorm; Angel Rangel, Ashley Williams (C), Steven Caulker, Neil Taylor, Leon Britton, Joe Allen, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Nathan Dyer (Scott Sinclair 66), Luke Moore (Danny Graham 65), Wayne Routledge.

Wednesday Kickoff: FIFA considers rule changes; United, Spurs close gap & more

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By JOHN BOSCHINI

FIFA is considering a number of rule changes that could have a major impact on the international game going forward.

The major proposal that FIFA's board is facing would allow teams to use a fourth substitute in extra time in an attempt to cut down on player injuries.

Confirmed Teamsheets: Swansea vs Aston Villa

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This game will go ahead despite the tragic news that Wales manager, Gary Speed, has apparently taken his own life. Naturally, with the game being in Wales and a number of internationals involved, the game will inevitably be effected in some way. Such sad news.

Alex McLeish has promised a better performance than we were treated to at White Hart Lane and, in all honesty, it would be difficult to be much worse.

Swansea City’s Season Beginning To Look Bright After West Brom Win

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Last weekend was a superb one for Swansea City fans as the club finally secured their first win in the Premiership, scoring their first goals and securing their first ‘sell out' of the season as the crowd finally hit the 20,000 mark.

It's been an anxious time for all at the Liberty Stadium but fans can now breathe a huge sigh of relief with the vital three points propelling Brendan Rogers's side into fourteenth position and, after an impressive win on Saturday, pundits may be re-evaluating their views of Swansea as one of the ‘whipping boys' of the league.

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Tottenham weigh-up move for Swansea left-back Ben Davies

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Spurs are considering a bid for Swansea left-back Ben Davies, according to media reports. The 20-year-old Wales international has been consistently excellent since breaking into the Swans first-team during Neil Taylor's long-term injury layoff. Taylor was linked with moves to some of the Premier League big boys before picking up his injury, but Davies is [.

Neymar gets bored waiting for Swansea defender Neil Taylor’s shirt (Brazil 2-0 Great Britain)

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Having already ran rings round them during the match, Brazil star Neymar soon discovered that Team GB weren't even capable of getting undressed as well as him. The young talent's shirt was quickly snapped up by Swansea left-back Neil Taylor at the final whistle. But there then followed an awkward wait while Taylor Neymar's [.

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Click Here to Get a Free £50 Bet for All New Paddy Power Customers Chelsea v Man United On the face of it, Chelsea reaching for Bolton's best defender to help shore up their own leaky backline looks a bit odd. It'd be like the Belgians asking France to protect them from a German invasion [...]