October 15th 1984
August 1st 2005
Owain Tudur-Jones signed for the Swans for £5,000 on the 1st August 2005 after a successful trial.
Tudur-Jones is a tall battling midfielder who is capable of winning the ball for the Swans and he can also attack as well.
The Welsh under-21s international has featured alongside skipper Roberto Martinez this season but he looks set for a lengthy lay off due to injury.
After joining from League of Wales side Bangor, the 21 year-old has adapted very well to League One football and he'll certainly be a player to watch in the future.
Swansea had to act fast to clinch the signing of Owain and firstly offered him a 1-month deal as they competed with Tranmere and Swindon for his services. He later signed a new deal to keep him at Swansea until the end of the season.
Tudur-Jones has proved to be a superb bargain signing after his first full season at the Liberty Stadium.
His season was affected with a long-term injury that kept him out for several months.
Tudur-Jones' 4 year spell at Swansea City was hampered with on-going injuries, the main one was a career-threatening knee injury which required him to visit America for an important operation.
He struggled to get near the first team in the Championship and he was loaned out to Swindon at the end of the 08/09 season. In 2009 he decided it was best to leave the club and join League One side Norwich City.
Swansea City could receive a fee of up to £250,000 as they had a 1-year option on his contract.
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