It’s been more than a year since we last saw Abou Diaby, having last appeared on 16 March 2013 against Swansea. Ever since, the debate over his future with the club was been almost as divisive as the one over Arsène’s. With Diaby having made an impressive return with Arsenal’s U21s, is there any chance we’ll see his resurrection, even if it’s only a symbolic one
Arsene Wenger believes Abou Diaby could play first team football for Arsenal this season – despite being out of action for 403 days.The midfielder last kicked a ball for the Gunner in their 2-0 win over Swansea in the Premier League in March 2013.But he’s been penciled in to play a part in Arsenal’s under-21s match with Chelsea this evening.Wenger told Arsenal.com:”He is back in full training now and available to play. He might play a part of the game for the under-21s. “Yes of course [he could play for the first team this season], it depends how well he comes out of the game.
. . .You can relive the journey to the Promised Land via our YouTube channel – Swans TV. Every three days we will chronologically upload the 46 league games to Swans TV along with the first and second legs of the memorable Play-Off semi-final against Nottingham Forest
This week on AVTV, we have an exclusive interview with USA international Brad Guzan. We also have all of the Swansea build up including our pre match show with regular pundit Steve Froggatt and players Marc Albrighton & Callum Robinson. Also look out for a classic memory match and more
Let nothing be said of the quality of the opposition. Over the past month, it didn’t matter if it was Chelsea, Swansea or Championship Wigan, Arsenal failed to move out of first gear early on, struggled for confidence and looked nothing of a side capable of producing sharp, attacking football. The win at Hull on […]
“Pardew is a Muppet.” “Pardew Out, Ashley Out.” It would be impossible to attend a Newcastle United fixture right now without noticing a banner or hearing a chant echoing these sentiments. The Magpies defeat at home to Swansea City was the club’s fifth consecutive loss in what has so proven to be a miserable calendar year. In […]
Papiss Cisse ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering broken kneecap in Newcastle defeat to Swansea
Chelsea old boy Fabio Borini helped parent club Liverpool put one hand on the Premier League title, as Sunderland shocked Chelsea 2-1. Jose Mourinho made 3 changes to the side that beat Swansea last week, with Andre Schurrle and Demba Ba making way for Oscar and Samuel Eto’o. The other change came in goal and […]
Everton want Swansea’s Wilfried Bony for £24m to replace Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku [Sunday People]
Swansea striker Wilfried Bony admitted that his last minute penalty against Newcastle could be one of the most important goals he’s scored this season. The Ivorian forward has hit more than 20 goals in his first season at Swansea but needed nerves of steel to complete a comeback for his team today at St.
Referee Chris Foy didn’t last long during Newcastle v Swansea after he got smacked in the face by the ball [Vine]
Newcastle 1-2 Swansea: Wilfried Bony nets penalty in dying seconds as Swans all but seal Premier League status
. . .Swansea striker Wilfried Bony speaks to Swans TV after the 2-1 victory over Newcastle in the Premier League. Swansea City Association Football Club is a Welsh professional football club based in the city of Swansea, South Wales that plays in the Premier League
Newcastle United 1 Swansea City 2 match report: Alan Pardew in firing line as Wilfried Bony puts Swansea in clear
Newcastle United 1 Swansea City 2 match report: Newcastle pays the penalty as Wilfried Bony adds to Alan Pardew’s woes