Swansea City are going back to basics this season, back to the method that got them into the top flight in the first place.
Anyone who remembers their last stay in the Championship will remember a style of football that was a joy to watch, passing teams off the park and storming into the top flight with style and panache.
They lost their way a little and last season the style dissipated as quickly as their Premier League status. They tumbled out of the elite division and face an uncertain spell back amongst the rest of the Championship wannabes.
Graham Potter is something of an enigma, a man who has served his time abroad, earning plaudits many observers of English football may be oblivious too. He’s once again instilling the Swansea method into the players, a slick and coherent approach with the ball on the deck.
He’s curtailed the squad too, farming out the big names and sticking with some of last years fringe players. Maybe if Swansea hadn’t got rid of these three too early, they’d be coming to the fore this season too.
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