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[Live] Swansea City - Preston North End live watch 22 December 2023


Relive all the action as Swansea City and Preston North End play out an entertaining end-to-end encounter at the Liberty Stadium. Watch the full SwansTV ...


13%) and Swansea City Supporters Society (10. 67%). [2] Position Name Chairman Andy Coleman Honorary Club President Alan Curtis Directors Jason Levien Andy Coleman Nigel Morris Brett Cravatt Jake Silverstein Sam Porter Martin Morgan Sian Davies (Supporter Director) Romie Chaudhari Robert Hernreich Gareth Davies Sporting Director Paul Watson First-team staff[edit] As of 4 December 2023[98][99] Head Coach Vacant Interim Head Coach Alan Sheehan First-team Coach Kristian O'Leary Head of Goalkeeping Martyn Margetson Head of Performance Tom Barnden Head of Medical Dr. Jez McCluskey First-team Kit Manager Michael Eames Academy staff[edit] As of 31 October 2023[100] Academy Manager Gavin Levey Head of Local Recruitment Jack Chapman Head of Operations Rebecca Gigg Head of Coaching Ryan Davies Under 21s Coach Anthony Wright[100] Under 18s Coach Oliver Jefferies[100] Ricky King Managers[edit] John Toshack managed Swansea between 1978 and 1984 There have been forty-four permanent managers (of whom six have been player-managers), and four caretaker managers of Swansea City since the appointment of the club's first professional manager, Walter Whittaker in 1912. Live Betting Odds - Swansea City vs Preston North End Football bets on the match Swansea City vs Preston North End as of 22.12.2023. Betting odds on the match Swansea City vs Preston North End (live odds line): ... Form and head to head stats Swansea vs Preston Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report Swansea.com Stadium. Swansea City 0. Preston North End 0. Latest Sky Bet ... Swansea thus became the first bottom division team to defeat a Premiership club in the FA Cup since the re-organisation of the league structure in 1992. The club was promoted in 2000 as Division Three champions, following a championship decider on the final day of the season against second-placed Rotherham United. The side conceded just 32 goals during the 1999–2000 season, largely due to the form of excellent centre-back pairing Jason Smith and Matthew Bound, as well as keeper Roger Freestone. During the season the side set a record of nine consecutive league victories, and, during the same period, seven consecutive clean sheets. [101][102] In the club's first season, Whittaker led Swansea to their first Welsh Cup win. [65] The club's longest-serving manager, in terms of tenure, was Haydn Green, who held the position for eight years, four months and 14 days, spanning the entirety of World War II. [103] Trevor Morris, who oversaw the most games at Swansea, was also the first manager to lead a Welsh club in Europe, qualifying for the 1961–62 Cup Winners' Cup. [65][104] John Toshack, Swansea City's most successful manager with three league promotions and three Welsh Cup wins, led the club to their highest league finish, sixth place in the 1981–82 First Division. Following the lead of many other South Wales sides, the club joined the Second Division of the Southern League for the following season. J. W. Thorpe was the club's first chairman. A site owned by Swansea Gaslight Co., called Vetch Field due to the vegetables that grew there, was rented to be the club's ground. The club's first professional match was a 1–1 draw at the Vetch Field against Cardiff City on 7 September 1912. During that first season the Welsh Cup was won for the first time. The Swans beat reigning English champions Blackburn Rovers 1–0 in the first round of the 1914–15 FA Cup, Swansea's goal coming from Ben Beynon. [5] Following the First World War the Southern League dropped its Second Division, and with many clubs dropping out due to financial difficulties, the Swans were placed in the First Division. [6] In 1969, the club name was changed to Swansea City, and Roy Bentley's side celebrated by securing promotion back to the Third Division. A record run of 19 matches unbeaten provided the foundations for a promotion challenge in 1971–72, but an awful run towards the end of the season resulted in a mid-table finish. A poor start the following season, combined with falling attendances, saw Bentley resign, and he was replaced by Harry Gregg. Gregg failed to stop the rot and the club was back in the Fourth Division for 1973–74 season. A record low crowd of just 1, 358 watched the Swans against Northampton Town, and the following season the Swans were forced to apply for re-election to the Football League after a last day defeat at Rochdale condemned them to a 21st-place finish. Jackett lost his first six matches in charge, ending any hope of a play-off place. The following season Jackett recruited a number of new defensive players and set a record of seven consecutive home clean sheets, all victories. The Swans' last season at the Vetch Field saw the club win promotion on the last day of the season, clinching a 3rd-placed finish with a 1–0 win away to Bury. Their last league game at their old ground was a 1–0 win over Shrewsbury Town, with the last game of any sort being a 2–1 win against Wrexham in the final of the 2005 FAW Premier Cup. Move to Liberty Stadium and return to top flight (2005–2011)[edit] The club moved to the new Liberty Stadium during the summer of 2005. Preston North End - Swansea City Head to Head Statistics You can watch live sport on your mobile, tablet or desktop including Soccer, Tennis and Basketball. All you need is a funded account or to have placed a bet in ...


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