Ryan Manning has given Stephen Kenny much to consider following an impressive goalscoring performance for Swansea. After scoring his maiden international goal since joining Swansea, Ryan Manning will look to make an impressionful statement against Scotland and Armenia next week as part of Uefa Nations League matches.
Ben Cabango provided Swansea with the opening goal, heading home Ben Cabango’s cross early in the first half to give Swansea an essential win at John Smith’s Stadium. Swansea also saw action from their international players: Cameron Congreve made his debut for Wales Under-18s while Joel Cotterill won his second cap with this side.
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The Irishman’s first goal of the season
Manning, often referred to in the media as an Irishman, scored at a crucial moment and secured Swans a victory. Swans were trailing 1-0 when Manning scored and made the scoreline read 1-0 – an important win for them after starting off down one goal early.
After suffering through an agonizing loss to the Patriots earlier in the season, Eli Manning needed this win after experiencing serious discomfort from spinal stenosis in his neck. Although his yardage dropped significantly – just 125 total for this game-winning drive with Reggie Wayne scoring on 5-yard pass from Eli. To ensure their top-flight campaign remains alive.
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The Swans’ first away win of the season
Chad Warner got Sydney started right, and his third quarter performance tipped the balance in their favour – collecting 10 disposals and kicking 1.1 in just that term alone!
In an intense opening quarter, both teams battled hard for control. Port Adelaide held their own for most of it while Sydney kept pace closely.
But Logan McDonald managed to break through late in the third period and Chad Warner then dashed through congestion on 50m arc to quickly establish Sydney with a 17-point lead.
The Swans were forced to complete the second half of their match without injured tall defender Paddy McCartin after he suffered concussion following an unpleasant head knock during the second quarter.
The Swans’ first away win at the MCG
At the end of the first quarter, it appeared as though the Swans were on their way to being embarrassed, yet they managed to turn things around by scoring some crucial goals early in the second term and taking control of contested possession count and applying constant pressure against Demons.
Swans managed a remarkable win against Melbourne at the MCG, which they had lost three out of eight visits, providing much-needed morale boost prior to finals campaign.
Noddy and Stevo reflect back on the Swans’ win against St Kilda and discuss where they stand on the ladder, given fierce competition for spots amongst rivals. They also look ahead at some key games coming up in Round 11.
The Swans’ first away win in the top-flight
After nearly 10 years since their last top-flight appearance, Swansea were led to promotion by a group of Liverpool-based players led by John Toshack. While they performed admirably and finished sixth overall in the league table, their meteoric rise was cut short due to relegation.
Not until the following season did the Swans return to Division One, yet their rise was remarkable and remains unique within Welsh clubdom – as only one Welsh club has reached the Premier League since then.
The Swans first significant top-flight victory came against Leeds in August 1981. Jeremy Charles scored the opener and Bob Latchford guided them to a memorable win.
After defeating Reading in the play-off final, Sheffield United went on to beat Reading again and be remembered for Scott Sinclair scoring three penalties during an intense and exciting encounter that became one of the most memorable nights ever witnessed in British football history.
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