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Trundle & Akinfenwa To Make Swansea Return?

The Evening Post believe that Lee Trundle and Adebayo Akinfenwa will return to the club on loan to solve our current striker crisis.

Manager Paulo Sousa is without a striker for Saturday's home League game against Watford as Pintado is suspended and Dobbie could be sidelined for the next 4 weeks.

by GThomas
"I don't want either of them here, they are average league one players."
Lee Trundle is apparently already in talks with Swansea City about a temporary move from Bristol City and former Swan Adebayo Akinfenwa could also join him in time to play on the weekend.

The news comes as a big surprise to us fans as Huw Jenkins ruled out a return for Lee Trundle while Akinfenwa has never played at Championship level.

The Evening Post also report that we should know whether we have signed the duo by Friday evening.

We want to hear your views on this story. Would you like to see the pair back at the Liberty Stadium? Post your thoughts below and in the forum here

"Trundle was USELESS at Leeds last year, Akinfenwa helped Northampton get relegated from League One!

Is Jenkins picking the team or what?!!"
Coda





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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 27 2009

Time: 11:39AM

Your Comments

Regardless of what anyone thinks, I'm certainly happy both want to come inboard and help us out, although it does cause concern that we don't have enough players.
OriginalXOR
Why do we want them though? We need far higher standard of players than these when we have no strikers available
KevinE
@Kevin - it's not a want, it's a need... But I'd rather have a body there rather than not have anyone at all.
OriginalXOR
Neither are fit though. I can't believe there's no one better out there that we can get
KevinE
When have either players ever been fit?!
GThomas
this striker issue should have been sorted by now, *****ing sort it out, we had a chance with webber
cyjax
 

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