Swansea City suffered a defeat on Friday night against Norwich City to put a real dent in their already faint play-off hopes.
Of course, there is still time for the Swans to stitch a run of results together but, right now, it seems as though they are unlikely to do so.
Indeed, that would be something EFL on Quest pundit Ian Holloway would subscribe to, with him telling us exclusively that he feels they’ll miss out this season – in part thanks to off-field matters:
“The squad isn’t strong enough.
“They’re in a bit of a strange scenario really. They will be fine enough because I think they have been quite well run and I feel sorry for Huw Jenkins because he’d done a brilliant job.
“I know that might stir up some but I don’t feel those that came into the club had the same oomph about them as he did.
“He lost a bit of control and I don’t think it’s worked since that happened.
“He did brilliantly for the club but they’ve got some good things in place, they’ve got a good manager who plays in the style they want to play and hopefully they’ll be back in the Premier League in the future – but I don’t think so at the end of this season.”
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