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Swansea City V Sunderland, Sep 1
Thebevaneffect (Wigan Athletic) 1 year ago
Good match.

Feel sorry for taylor, hope he recovers quickly. But swansea have made some absolutely brilliant signings and will be okay

Also, good for sunderland. Looks like theyve got a goalscorer at last
Koopa13 (AC Milan) 1 year ago
Moe66 (Manchester City) 1 year ago
That injury was nasty! Best of luck to him
ThenextMEssi (Tottenham Hotspur) 1 year ago
Alan Shearer "Chico" instead of Michu lmfao!
Superfanof (Manchester United) 1 year ago
Itaintrite (Liverpool) 1 year ago
Well deserved red card for two fouls. That guy's an idiot
Peteko 1 year ago
I second that
Peteko 1 year ago
Will Swansea become the new phenomenon of English football or is this just a cute phase? The manager changed they keep the magic on. Time will tell.
Partoba (Liverpool) 1 year ago
Hatsuna Miku!  Ooopss.... Wrong spelling. LOL.  Michu is a real deal!
Richardajohn (Swansea City) 1 year ago
Chico will learn that he can't play that way in the BPL. The High kick was pointless. The guy was going nowhere with that ball.
He was also found wanting for the first goal. Yes I know it was Ashley Williams's fault to put Swansea in that position but Chico could of slid between the player and the net to cut down on the target area. And of course the second goal by fletcher was a complete balls up by Chico. Poor man marking; should of been an easy job to clear. Yep, Chico Had a really bad day
Lordjaggi (Arsenal) 1 year ago
Damn that martial arts
Kain (Liverpool) 1 year ago
Loving michu and he's awesome!
Duces14 (Arsenal) 1 year ago
TheCheshireCat (Manchester United) 1 year ago
Its unbelievable that a fairly recently promoted side is the scourge of some 'better' established EPL teams.... Swansea will be taking some big name scalps this season, that's for sure. Chico Flores, what an idiot lol
Sinnical (Arsenal) 1 year ago
Love watching Swansea this season
Crunchy13 (Manchester United) 1 year ago
Michu! He cants stop scoring!

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