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Anderson Hopes Swansea Win Promotion

Former loanee Paul Anderson says he is hoping that Swansea City face his current club Liverpool in the Premiership next season.

The 20 year-old spent a season on loan with Swansea City last year, playing a vital role in us winning the League One title.

The Liverpool winger had the opportunity to continue his spell with us this year, but he chose instead to join Nottingham Forest.

After playing 45 minutes in Saturday's game against us at the City Ground, Anderson has wished his former team-mates good luck for the rest of the season, he said:

'I want to say all the best to Swansea and that I hope they go on and get promoted this season,'

'And when you look at the football they play, I think they can definitely do it. They play brilliant football - I haven't seen anyone else in the Championship who plays football like them.

'I think they have dropped one or two points in the last couple of weeks, but, hopefully they can go on and get the wins they need to push on into the play-off places.

'Getting automatic promotion might be a bit of a tall order now, but if they get into the play-offs, I believe they can go all the way.'





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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday March 9 2009

Time: 12:35PM

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its nice of him to say but i wasnt happy with his choice to join forest. he would have had a far better season here and better exposure.
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09/03/2009 12:44:00

its nice of him to say but i wasnt happy with his choice to join forest. he would have had a far better season here and better exposure.
GThomas
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09/03/2009 12:44:00

Pointless dwelling on it now. Like you say, we've moved on and have done well in the Championship without him.
KevinE
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09/03/2009 13:26:00

Pointless dwelling on it now. Like you say, we've moved on and have done well in the Championship without him.
KevinE
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09/03/2009 13:26:00

I'm glad we haven't missed him.
GThomas
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09/03/2009 22:23:00

I'm glad we haven't missed him.
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09/03/2009 22:23:00

 

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