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Swansea City 1 - Plymouth Argyle 0

Liberty Stadium

8th December 2009

Attendance: 14,007

Trundle Does The Business Again

Swansea City got back to winning ways this evening with a 1-0 victory at home to struggling Plymouth Argyle.

We had Lee Trundle to thank once again as he netted the vital goal just 8 minutes after coming on to give us all three points.

Paulo Sousa's side found it difficult to compete with a very physical Argyle side who continually resorted to dirty tactics to frustrate us. High tackles, pushing, shoving and elbowing eventually resulted in a late sending off which was hardly surprising.

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