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Premiership Can't Come Too Soon For Swans

There has been a debate lately as to whether or not promotion to the Premiership could come too soon for Swansea City Football Club.

On one hand, some fans believe we're not fully prepared for top flight football and could use one more season in the Championship (25%). Whereas others think promotion to the Premiership couldn't come too soon and we'd be ready whenever.

Martinez also agrees with the majority, as the Spaniard along with 75% of our readers, believe that Premiership football can't come too soon for the club.

by Wolves Bloke
"Best side I`ve seen in the CCC by a mile. Could you survive in the Prem, I say yes."
You can't blame the fans or Martinez, after all, we've beaten Portsmouth away 2-0 and dominated Saturday's home tie with Fulham, drawing 1-1 when really we deserved to win quite comfortably.

The Swans will be hoping to line-up the toughest Premiership test of them all, as Manchester United await at the Liberty Stadium, providing we can beat Fulham at Craven Cottage a week tomorrow.

In our new poll, we want to know how you fancy our chances in that replay. Can we beat Roy Hodgson's side away from home, or will we struggle against a strong home side?

You can also share your thoughts in more depth with other fans in our Message Forum.

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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 16 2009

Time: 2:41PM

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I can't see how we'd be anymore prepared for the premiership than we are now. if it doesnt happen soon our star players could be tempted to move to bigger clubs.
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