Rodgers Hails Hat Trick Man Scott

Wednesday, 22 September 2010, 5:13
1 min read

The Swansea City manager was – as you would expect – happy to see the man he persuaded to come to South Wales hitting such high form so early on in the season with that form continuing at London Road last night.

“Sinclair is still blossoming, he gets better with games and is really maturing.

“He was a big talent when he broke on the scene at 17 but then went out on loan at teams where he did not play.

“He needed to find a home. I spent hours on the phone to him and convinced him that Swansea was the place for him to be. He can help the club and help himself.

“He has had two years resting. He is so fresh, he wants to play every game. He wants to score goals and at this moment in time in his career, he will tell you, he wants to play football.”

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