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Swansea City Poll Results

With a superb performance popping out of the blue from the Swans, we walked all over Carlisle to beat 5-0 at the Liberty Stadium.

Would this finally be the turning point of our season we desperately needed? Or would we go back to our old inconsistent ways?

We asked you whether or not it would be a turning point and this is how you voted:

Will the 5-0 win prove to be a turning point or was it a one off?

we'll go on a good run now! 54%
One off, Carlisle had injuries 37%
Neither 9%

We instantly returned to our previous ways as we drew 1-1 at home to Rotherham the following game, a last minute Akinfenwa goal giving us a point.

Two wins, one away at the Crewe and then at home to Brentford were interrupted in the middle by a disastorous game at Huddersfield. We took a 2-goal lead at half time but threw it away in just 23 minutes, conceding 3 goals to lose the game.

Evidentally then, that game didn't change a thing!

Our new poll wants to know how many players you think we need to sign in the January transfer window, you can vote now on the right hand side.




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The Journalist

Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 4 2007

Time: 12:43PM

Your Comments

Carlisle and Brent ford were weak teams, when we met teams with a bit of fight what happened ? we hid in ours shells again.
cyjax
yip we need to be more consistent
jason bromham
We're on a good run...but we don't look capable of going on a good enough run to really cement a place near the top...but the team is more than capable of proving me wrong...lets hope they do
Jackman2006
i think swansea can really go for it lk we got 2 go up the team deserves it nd the fans definantly deserve it
naythan_swan
Being in this position has its positives...being one of the top two means you are the team to beat...we can now start sneaking up the table...people seem to realise that this is not an easy division to get out of aswell!
Jackman2006
you don't seem to realise that we really are 7/8th, tranmere and blackpool are in good form with a game in hand and its likely that we'll be back out of the play-offs before long.
KevinE
 

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