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One hero and one villain at Swansea City in 2018/19



Swansea City have had a satisfactory season back in the Championship, despite missing out on the play-offs late on. 

Graham Potter, in his first year in the job, has done a stellar job at the Welsh giants, allowing them to play some lovely football and get some good results.

Next season looks bright for Swansea, and they should be aiming for no less than the top six.

Over the course of the season this year, there have been many heroes at the Liberty Stadium, but also a couple who haven’t quite lived up to the billing. 

Here, we choose one hero and one villain from their 2018/19 season – one player who has excelled, one not so much. 

Do you agree, or have we missed a hero or villain from our selection? Let us know in the comments section below.

Hero: Oliver McBurnie

Oliver McBurnie has been one of few players who have thrived for Swansea this season, along with the likes of James and Celina.

McBurnie’s goals have saved Swansea many times and won them a lot of games, so we’re going to opt for him for their hero of the season.

Villain: Wilfried Bony 

It’s hard to call him a villain, but Wilfried Bony has been terrible this season (and the last few seasons for that matter).

Bony was so good for Swansea in his first stint, earning him a move to Premier League champions Manchester City, where many thought he would thrive alongside Aguero, Silva et al.

It hasn’t worked out for him, and it is uncertain where he goes next.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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