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Premier League: Swansea appoint former Chelsea assistant Paul Clement as new manager
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Premier League: Swansea appoint former Chelsea assistant Paul Clement as new manager

Paul Clement became Premier League bottom side Swansea's third manager this season when he was appointed on Tuesday.

Premier League: Ex-Swansea boss Bob Bradley frustrated by sacking after just 11 games
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Premier League: Ex-Swansea boss Bob Bradley frustrated by sacking after just 11 games

Bob Bradley was frustrated he was not given enough time to implement his ideas at Swansea City after he was sacked after just 11 games in charge.

Premier League: Struggling Swansea sack coach Bob Bradley after just 11 games
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Premier League: Struggling Swansea sack coach Bob Bradley after just 11 games

Premier League strugglers Swansea City dismissed coach Bob Bradley on Tuesday after just 11 games in charge, the club announced.

Premier League: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho warns that only 'competitive players' will picked
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Premier League: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho warns that only 'competitive players' will picked

Jose Mourinho has taken a swipe at the Manchester United players he fears might not have the right attitude to guide his side back on track.

Premier League: Manchester United desperate for win against Swansea in manager Jose Mourinho's absence
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Premier League: Manchester United desperate for win against Swansea in manager Jose Mourinho's absence

Manchester United are in need of a lift as they travel to Swansea, but must seek it without the presence of their manager Jose Mourinho on the touchline.

Premier League roundup: Arsenal edge Swansea, Everton hold Manchester City, Chelsea win
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Premier League roundup: Arsenal edge Swansea, Everton hold Manchester City, Chelsea win

Manchester City twice missed penalties in a 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday as 10-man Arsenal went level with them on points at the top of the Premier League table after seeing off Swansea 3-2. Arsenal leapfrogged Tottenham Hotspur into second place after their arch north London rivals also dropped points in a 1-1 draw away to West Bromwich Albion.