Swansea’s Ki out for two weeks with bro­ken toe

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Swansea City mid­fielder Ki Sung-Yueng is set to miss their next two Premier League matches with a toe in­jury which will keep him out for about two weeks, the Welsh club said yes­ter­day. Ki has fea­tured in all five of the club’s league games since Amer­i­can Bob Bradley re­placed Francesco Guidolin as man­ager. The 27-year-old was left out of the team for Swansea’s 1-1 draw at Ever­ton on Satur­day, hav­ing been on in­ter­na­tional duty with South Korea, but came on for the last few min­utes. “Ki Sung-Yueng faces a spell on the side­lines af­ter break­ing his toe. The mid­fielder is ex­pected to be out of ac­tion for around two weeks af­ter suf­fer­ing a frac­ture in the third toe of his right foot,” the club said on their web­site (www.swanseac­ity.net). Swansea, who are bot­tom of the ta­ble with six points from 12 games, host 16th-placed Crys­tal Palace at the Lib­erty Sta­dium on Satur­day be­fore a trip to Tot­ten­ham Hot­spur. —Reuters

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