Is The Squad Good Enough?

Monday, 17 September 2001, 0:00
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After watching Swansea play terribly on Saturday I began to wonder. Are the players any good? Here’s what I think of every single one of them.
Freestone-Swansea’s best player, a rock for ten years.
Howard-Gone backwards, started with some decent performances but has just got worse. Which is disappointing seen as he does have talent.
Bound-Badly in need of Jason Smith, he just isn’t the same player without him, also needs to learn how to pass the ball.
Smith-Needs to get fit because Swansea need him badly.
Jenkins-From the start this season it looks like Jenks best position is Right back and not center midfield. He really could make that position his own in the future.
Todd-Disappointing at the start of this season but was excellent at the end of last? Still young and needs time but is one for the future.
O’Leary-Turning into an excellent young defender.
De-Vulgt- Hasn’t shown what he is capable of yet.
Cusack-Club captain and the most experienced player we have, I’d rather see him in the team then not in it.
Phillips-Excellent young midfielder.
Romo-Bad start to the season. Is another with talent, an excellent passer of the ball and decent crosser. We could use him in top form.
Mazzina- Hasn’t settled yet but looks promising, let’s hope he turns out to be a good signing.
Mumford-Can play any where. An Excellent passer of the ball and a good tackler. Haven’t worked out his best position yet but another one for the future.
Lacey-Do not rate this player at all, I may be wrong.
Appleby-Badly affected by injury. On his day the most skillful and talented player at the club. Has shown no interest at the start of this season. I hope that changes because when he can be bothered he lights up the vetch field.
Roberts-Skillful, quick and outstanding work rate. Can’t see him being with us much longer. He should be using his talented on a bigger stage.
Casey-Injury hit career which is disappointing because he has shown promise. When fit decent player.
Coates-What has happen to him, burst onto the seen but has just gone backwards? Every game I see him he just gets worse. Maybe some time away form the first team would help his game.
Keegan-Another player I do not rate. Haven’t seen much of him maybe he is better then what I have seen.
Sidibe-Looks like an excellent player. Nice touch good in the air and movement is good.
Williams-Lost some of his pace but still puts in in good effort.
Watkin-Another one who fails to perform.
Looking at all of this it shows our squad is quite decent. Maybe after some time with the new management team they will improve. I believe we are to good to be stuck in bottom half of the league.
So are the players any good? Answer-Yes they are!
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