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Swansea City Lose 2 Goalkeepers

Swansea City Lose 2 Goalkeepers

Swansea City have just one goalkeeper on their books again as both Artur Krysiak and Dimi Konstantopoulos's loan spells have come to an end.

Former Swansea City and current Coventry City manager Chris Coleman has recalled Konstantopoulos while youngster Krysiak has moved on to join Scottish Motherwell on loan.

Krysiak made 2 League appearances for the Swans, before Konstantopoulos arrived to take over duties as replacement for de Vries while he recovered from a fractured cheek bone.

Martinez showed a keen interest in extending Konstantopoulos's stay with us, he performed well and made a key penalty save away at Doncaster.

The Swans boss will now have to look elsewhere for a back-up goalkeeper as again we are left with just the one, Dorus De Vries.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Friday January 2 2009
Time: 5:50PM

Comments

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David Cornell is back soon so Martinez will most probably let him be back up
Swan4eva
02/01/2009 19:04:00
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he'll need to sign someone soon though. Cornell has no League experience.
KevinE
02/01/2009 20:04:00
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I think that negotiations regarding Dimi are still under way. Martinez made it clear that he would like to get him on the permanent basis.
Czech_Jack
02/01/2009 20:41:00
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it seems like it, coleman just didnt want him cup tied maybe
GThomas
03/01/2009 11:55:00
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