Sousa Happy With Team’s Consistency

Monday, 21 December 2009, 20:52
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The Swansea City manager said after the game “My team have been very consistent

“They always work hard to get three points and it’s important to win at Sheffield Wednesday because this is the first time for us.

“We have written another page in our history book and that’s what we try to do all the time.

“Their players started with a lot of hunger and that made it difficult for us, but we showed the right personality to cope,” Sousa added.

“Darren scored two good goals and he is a player who is starting to understand the right moment to make decisions and to move into the box. He has that quality and, if he can do it more often, he can play in the Premier League.”

And can Swansea make it to the top flight? Sousa trotted out his usual line about the top 10 being the target, while Pratley wasn’t interested.

“I don’t want to talk about the play-offs,” he declared.

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