Date:Tuesday July 17 2007
Swansea City will continue their pre season friendlies with a short trip to Llandarcy Park to face Neath Athletic tomorrow.
Swansea City Physio Richie Evans Told the evening post regarding Alan Tate, Leon Britton, Kristian O'Leary and Jason Scotland:
|''They were all left out of the friendly in Sweden as a precaution,' |
There's no point taking any risks at this point so we decided to leave them out.
But they will be available to play in the forthcoming friendly matches.
I expect they will get 45 minutes under their belts and they will be a lot better off for it.'.'
There is no home team news.
Carl Shaw top goal scorer last season.
Swansea will be without new signing Jason Scotland due to a calf strain.
The other players which include Leon Britton and Kristian O'Leary, Alan Tate and Kevin Amankwaah who picked up knocks in the pre season training camp in Sweden are all expected to play.
Also set to miss out are Thomas Butler and Dennis Lawrence. Butler is a 'serious doubt' after picking up a hamstring strain while Lawrence is set to return to training next week after missing the Ostersunds game.
Darry Duffy will be a key player but new loan signing Paul Anderson will be the player to watch out for after he scored a brace vs Ostersunds FK.
This is the first time that the Swans have faced Neath athletic
A comfortable home win for the Swans 5-1 win.
Thursday 19th July Llanelli 7.30pm
Venue: Stebonheath Park
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Date:Tuesday July 17 2007
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