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Confidence is High Says Orlandi

Andrea Orlandi says the Swans are full of confidence ahead of Saturday's tough home game against Newcastle United.

The Spanish midfielder has recently returned to the first team after being sidelined with an injury and he helped create Tuesday's only goal against Crystal Palace, as new striker Shefki Kuqi fired home after just 14 minutes.

A win on Saturday for Paulo Sousa's side would be our third in the space of 8 days, and it would extend our unbeaten run to 9 games.

Orlandi said that the 3-0 defeat at Newcastle United was hard to take but we'll be in confident mood when we face them again on the weekend:

'The game back in November hurt, it was frustrating,'

'I don't know what happened that day but in the second-half we played really well and we know this time around we have to start like that and I believe we have a chance of picking up three points.

'Newcastle lost their last game, they will want to bounce back so it will be a tough afternoon but our confidence is high.'




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday February 11 2010

Time: 6:29PM

 

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