Carlos Carvalhal set to leave Swansea, Chris Coleman in frame

Carlos Carvalhal set to leave Swansea, Chris Coleman in frame

Carlos Carvalhal set to leave Swansea, Chris Coleman in frame

"Odds will be in our favour but it's Manchester City and they have good offensive players".

The Swans, who host Stoke City on Sunday, must win and hope Southampton lose while also engineering a nine-goal swing.

Carvalhal, the Swansea City manager, has seen his dream start turn into a nightmare in recent weeks, with the Welsh club facing an nearly certain relegation from the Premier League this weekend.

Britton was part of the Swansea side which avoided relegation from the football League on the final day of the 2002/03 season. "It is like a miracle and we are not far away from the form of teams in the Europa League if you do that over a whole season", Carvalhal said. "It was very hard for us to get players". We were always positive and we achieved points.

"So it would make sense to make a quick appointment, but I can't shape that or dictate that, that's a decision for the club".

"Manchester City are such a joy to watch as a neutral but they are horrifying as the opposition".

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Speaking on Sky Sports News, Bertrand explained that the farce "put more emphasis on the game, for us to go and get a result". From the goals, the play, the passing, the passion and the team spirit, it's the best we have ever seen.

Were that to happen, Swansea would finish above Huddersfield on goal difference.

Asked if he would like to stay on beyond the end of the campaign, Hughes replied: "It's a very good club, especially with what's in place here to allow players to move forward and have success".

"We have to win the game, we need to go out there, be aggressive and earn the right to take the three points".

"You're going to go back down to the Championship - it's a big, big shame for the football club after seven years in the Premier League".

The Saints have a much better goal difference than many of those around them at -18, meaning there is a now a nine-goal swing between them and the Swans who sit on -27.

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