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Online and telephone tickets for Swansea City’s friendlies against AFC Bournemouth and Reading FC – Official will come off sale at 4pm today (Wednesday). However, supporters are reminded that they can still purchase tickets for these fixtures in-person at the Ticket Office until midday tomorrow (Thursday). http://po.st/H5WdYw

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Rory Donnelly has been ruled out of Friday’s friendly at AFC Bournemouth with an ankle injury that will need an operation, while the Swans are set to take a youthful squad to the Goldsands Stadium containing a number of Under-21s along with some first-team fringe players.

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Ki Sung-Yueng is hoping to prove himself all over again at #Swans as he looks forward to a new campaign at the club.
The 25-year-old midfielder started the 4-0 friendly win over Plymouth Argyle Football Club before featuring for an hour in the 2-0 victory at Exeter City Football Club on Tuesday night. http://po.st/909HKB

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Full-time: Exeter 0 Swans 2. Goals from Bafe Gomis and Josh Sheehan earn the Swans a friendly victory at St James Park. A good workout for Garry Monk’s squad.

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GOAL: Great build up for Swansea’s second of the night on 78 minutes. Ki into the feet of Bony who plays a lovely pass through to Josh Sheehan who slips a cool finish beyond substitute ‘keeper James Hamon.

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GOAL: Swans take a 31st minute lead. Substitute Ki Sung-Yueng finds Neil Taylor whose cross from the left is headed home superbly by Bafe Gomis from ten yards. First goal for the club.

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Half-time here at St James Park. 31st minute goal from Befe Gomis gives Swans a 1-0 lead. Good finish to the half as David Wheeler hits the bar for Exeter and Gomis strikes the post for the Swans.

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Swans subs: David Cornell, Liam Shephard, Jazz Richards, Scott Tancock, Stephen Kingsley, Jonjo Shelvey, Ki Sung-Yueng, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Wayne Routledge, Nathan Dyer, Wilfried Bony.

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Exeter City’s starting XI v Swans: Christy Pym, Pat Baldwin, Danny Coles, Scot Bennett, Danny Baldwin, Craig Woodman, Arron Davies, Matt Grimes, Matt Oakley, David Wheeler, Jimmy Keohane, Tom Nichols.

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Swans (starting XI): Gerhard Tremmel, Dwight Tiendalli, Kyle Bartley, Ashley Williams, Neil Taylor, Lee Lucas, Adam King, Josh Sheehan, Alex Bray, Jefferson Montero, Bafetimbi Gomis.

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#Swans defender Neil Taylor believes the squad’s pre-season focus has shifted as they prepare to face Exeter City Football Club tonight. And while Taylor revealed the club’s tour of America was primarily about improving fitness and trying new things tactically, the Welsh international feels now is the time to start seeing results on the pitch. http://po.st/rG0kTz