Ash & Jase In Team Of Week

Monday, 6 October 2008, 21:45
1 min read

Williams and Scotland were just two of eleven impressive performances on Saturday against Wolves as the Swans toppled the morning leaders 3-1 at the Liberty.

Williams continued his impressive form at the heart of the Swansea defence whilst Scotland scored twice in the victory which lifted the Swans up to 8th in the table.

The full team of the week read: –

Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)

Ashley Williams (Swans)

Marcel Seip (Plymouth)

Darren Ward (Watford)

Daniel Fox (Coventry)

Jimmy Kebe (Reading)

Gary Speed (Sheff. Utd.)

Jon Harley (Watford)

Stephen Hunt (Reading)

Jason Scotland (Swans)

James Beattie (Sheff. Utd.).


League Table

Next Up

Forum Latest

Threads: 14,120

Messages: 228,066

Members: 1,587

Latest member: tomokogreville

Latest from Blog

Swansea City v Blackburn Rovers – Your matchday build up

The Swans entertain Blackburn Rovers at the Stadium on Saturday looking for what will be just a fifth home league win of an entirely forgettable season. Last weekend’s win at Sunderland was a welcome result for the Swans and certainly took some of the pressure off what the league…

Swans TV: Joe Allen | Lifting the Lid

. . .Joe Allen sits down with Swans TV to reflect on his life and career in the first episode of our 'Lifting the Lid' series, brought to you in association with Reviva Coffee. The midfielder talks about his early days with the Swans, the off-field drama he experienced following…

Swans TV: Sunderland v Swansea City | 90 in 90

. . .Check out the best of our pitchside and behind-the-scenes footage as we wrap up Swansea City's Championship victory at Sunderland in 90 seconds. For more information, as well as all the latest Swansea City AFC news, log onto the club's official website at Subscribe on YouTube:…

Sunderland 1-2 Swansea City – Ronald’o’ at the double

Swansea City got a desperately needed three points at the Stadium of Light thanks to a brace from Brazilian winger Ronald. The impressive January signing got two deserved goals in a dominant first half display by the Swans as they followed up the last good away win at Hull City…