Date:Thursday April 7 2011
Swansea City midfielder Andrea Orlandi says Swansea City will be a 'different side' against Norwich City compared to the one that lost to Preston North End last weekend.
Brendan Rodgers' side will be looking to bounce back on Saturday as they host an in-form Norwich City side at the Liberty Stadium (5.20pm).
Andrea Orlandi, back after a 2-month absence with a thigh injury, believes the team will be back to their best this weekend as they look to get their promotion race back on track.
We lost to Preston last week but we will be a different side against Norwich,'
'We have to show our character and bounce back because it is an important game for us.
'Our fans will make it a brilliant occasion at our home — it is vital that we win.
'This season is the chance of our lives, and we will be focused and ready.'
'We know that promotion to the Premier League will change the lives of the fans, the players and the club,'
'I don't think it is too much pressure on us. We have learned to deal with this type of expectation in the past few seasons.
'This time I don't have the same feeling as last season and the season before that. I wasn't really sure that we could make it.
'But now we have the staff and players to do it. I believe we can get promoted.
'It all starts with the manager. In pre-season he told us that we were sure to make at least the play-offs.
'When he shows that type of confidence in you it gives you a boost and that has shown in our performances this season.'
Date:Thursday April 7 2011
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