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Sinclair: Swans Will Come Back Raring To Go

Sinclair: Swans Will Come Back Raring To Go

Swansea City winger Scott Sinclair says they'll be back raring to go after their break away.

With no games for two weeks, manager Brendan Rodgers has taken his squad for a welcome break - to a training camp in Tenerife.

Scott Sinclair believes it help the squad prepare for the remaining 13 games - a vital period as the Swans look to maintain their Premier League status.

Swansea City have yet to lose two consecutive games and they'll be looking to maintain that record when they travel to Stoke City on Sunday 26th February.

Sinclair said:

'We'll be doing some training and also relaxing as well. It's a chance to refuel,'

'We're pretty happy with where we are. We're in mid-table, we didn't win on Saturday but we'll keep pushing forwards and keep going.

'That was only our second loss at home.

'As a squad we keep on improving day by day and week by week.

'There are going to be times when we don't control the game but we've got to keep going.

'We'll come back from Tenerife raring to go for the home straight.'


Sinclair also spoke about the Stoke City game:

'They don't pass the ball at all so I think it's going to be a physical game,'

'They like big players. They're one of the biggest sides in the Premier League.

'It should be a good game and we've got to make sure we come back ready.

'It's not harder to play against them. Every team have their assets and a particular way of playing, but we're expecting it to be difficult.'


The Swans conceded 3 goals in a home match for the first time this season, and Sinclair says they must forget that game and bounce back:

'It was very disappointing, coming off the back of winning against West Brom away, but hopefully we can keep going and keep picking points up,'

'We did create chances but didn't control things like we normally do.

'Now we can just kick on and look forward. We've got to let that game go.

'It was quite physical but we just try to keep playing our game and pass the ball around. The ref did miss some fouls but he can't see everything. He's got to let the game flow. Teams will try to target us but we can't worry about that.'



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday February 14 2012
Time: 9:22PM

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