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Williams Targets The Premier League!

Williams Targets The Premier League!

Swansea City centre-back Ashley Williams believes an automatic promotion spot may be beyond the Swans but a play-off place is well within their reach, especially if they can beat Ipswich tomorrow.

"Things have been going so well for Swansea recently that maybe we were a little over confident when we played Southampton at the weekend. It was definitely two points dropped, especially as they were down to ten men in the second half.

"Southampton are a team on the up. They've got a new manager in and that seems to have given them a boost. Perhaps we underestimated them.

"Sadly for us, Nathan Dyer couldn't play as he's on loan from Southampton and part of the deal is that he wouldn't play against them. When I first heard he was coming I thought he'd do really well and so it's proved. He's an out-and-out winger and has offered us something extra going forward in the short time he's been here..."

For the full story go to: www.ashleywilliamsofficialwebsite.com/blog.



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday February 6 2009
Time: 3:45PM

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not too sure what to think of tomorrow, tough game and a win would see us just a point off the play offs.
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