Swansea Football Betting News

Swansea Betting News

Odds slashed on Pulis departure Odds slashed on Pulis departure
The odds have been slashed on Tony Pulis in the next Premier League manager to leave their post market. Is his time at West Brom up?

Published : 29/09/16 15:40 PM


Is Giggs set for the Swansea job? Is Giggs set for the Swansea job?
Reports are suggesting that Ryan Giggs could be set for his venture in management should Swansea part company with Francesco Guidolin.

Published : 22/09/16 14:07 PM


Ince tipped to join Swansea Ince tipped to join Swansea
Blackpool winger remains odds-against for switch though

Published : 08/01/14 19:41 PM


Moyes 16/1 to be next out of work Moyes 16/1 to be next out of work
Scot remains well behind Big Sam in the betting

Published : 06/01/14 07:13 AM


Sherwood favourite for Spurs job Sherwood favourite for Spurs job
Laudrup still a candidate for White Hart Lane role

Published : 17/12/13 07:16 AM


Swansea fourth favourites for Europa League Swansea fourth favourites for Europa League
Romp in Valencia impresses bookies

Published : 20/09/13 07:20 AM


Arsenal set to fail in Richards bid Arsenal set to fail in Richards bid
Bookies believe defender will stay in Manchester

Published : 28/08/13 16:26 PM


Cabaye odds-on to join Arsenal Cabaye odds-on to join Arsenal
Gunners also expected to sign Ashley Williams

Published : 20/08/13 14:58 PM


United odds-against for opening day win United odds-against for opening day win
Moyes faces tricky away trip to Swansea

Published : 17/08/13 06:42 AM


Bookmaker opens betting on next team name change Bookmaker opens betting on next team name change
Will your club follow Hull City Tigers' lead?

Published : 09/08/13 14:00 PM



Manager: Paul Clement

Full Name: Swansea City Football Club

Nickname: The Swans

Stadium: Liberty Stadium

Capacity: 20,532

Chairman: Huw Jenkins

Swansea Betting Info

The Welsh side looked to be dead and buried before Paul Clement got his claws into them midway through last season. However, the coach who has had spells with Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich changed Swansea's outlook and it proved to be their saving grace.

How much of the squad will remain next season is a mystery, but the likes of Fernando Llorente and Alfie Mawson are two players that the club will be desperate to hold on to. Swansea only retained their Premier leaue status by the skin of their teeth and there is no question they need huge investment, but will they get it?

The days of the club being looked at as a total-football unit appear behind them, but the longer Clement can put his ideas across, the better chance they have. The manager is worth betting on them to avoid relegation alone.