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Swansea City had a rollercoaster of a 2016/17 season, with Francesco Guidolin and Bob Bradley both losing their jobs, before Paul Clement arrived in January 2017 and saved the Swans from the dreaded drop. Clement was then sacked in December 2017 after a dreadful run of results that left Swans bottom of the Premier League, he was replaced later in the month by surprise hot favourite Carlos Carvalhal who was axed just days earlier from Sheffield Wednesday.
Back in 2011 Swansea won promotion to the Premier League, under Brendan Rodgers, for the first time in their history. The club enjoyed an impressive start to life in the top-flight, finishing 11th in their debut campaign. However, Rodgers was then lured over to Liverpool in the summer of 2012, and was replaced by Michael Laudrup.
The Dane led the Swans to Capital One Cup glory (and thus qualification into the Europa League) the following season after his side thrashed Bradford 5-0 in the final, only to lose his job a year later after a mixed bag of results. Monk was placed in caretaker charge in February 2014, then awarded the job on a full-time basis in May of the same year.
In his first full season at the helm Monk led his troops to an impressive 8th spot, with a record points tally (56) despite losing star man Wilfred Bony half-way through the season. In July 2015 Monk signed a new three-year deal with the club, but then rather harshly given the boot in December.
Swansea City have reaped 5 wins in the last 10 games, beating Notts County, Arsenal, Liverpool, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Watford. 4 draws against Leicester City, Notts County, Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers and defeats to Tottenham Hotspur has seen them score 19 at an average of 1.9 goals per game while shipping 9.
|24 Feb||Brighton and Hove Albion||15:00||Swansea City|
|03 Mar||Swansea City||15:00||West Ham United|
|10 Mar||Huddersfield Town||15:00||Swansea City|
|17 Mar||Swansea City||15:00||Southampton|
|31 Mar||Manchester United||14:00||Swansea City|
|07 Apr||West Bromwich Albion||14:00||Swansea City|
|24 Feb||@ Brighton and Hove Albion||15:00|
|03 Mar||vs West Ham United||15:00|
|10 Mar||@ Huddersfield Town||15:00|
|17 Mar||vs Southampton||15:00|
|31 Mar||@ Manchester United||14:00|
|07 Apr||@ West Bromwich Albion||14:00|