Swansea now bet­ter pre­pared for sur­vival

Weekend Post (South Africa) - - SPORT -

MAN­AGER Car­los Car­val­hal says Swansea City are a vastly im­proved side since he took charge of the club in De­cem­ber, but con­ceded they still have a lot more to do to en­sure their Pre­mier League sur­vival.

The Welsh side have climbed out of the rel­e­ga­tion zone and are 13th in the league, win­ning 17 points from the Por­tuguese man­ager’s nine games in charge.

Car­val­hal, who took over from Paul Cle­ment in De­cem­ber, said his re­ju­ve­nated team could not cel­e­brate just yet as they sit three points above the drop zone be­fore to­day’s trip to pro­moted Hud­der­s­field.

“When I ar­rived, things were re­ally very bad,” he said. “No­body be­lieved then that we could stay in the Pre­mier League. We are not in such a bad po­si­tion now, but we are still fight­ing for the same thing.”

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