Rodgers On Norwich City

Friday, 20 August 2010, 13:59
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The Swansea City manager takes his side East for his fourth competitive test since taking over in the summer and he is on the hunt for a third successive victory after hitting seven in their last two games.

"Equally it will be a very difficult game," Rodgers told the official club website.

"Norwich are an excellent side with a good manager and play a system that can disrupt the team.

"But we go into games with a big confidence, whether we're home or away, in order to impose our style.

"They will be equally determined to get their first home result so it'll be a difficult game, but I have a great faith in the players for us to go and perform like we did last week."

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