Tag Archives: Liberty Stadium

5 Things We Learned: Swansea City 1-4 Manchester United

By Jason Freeman 1. Perfect start for Moyes If you’d told me at the start of the day that we’d beat Swansea 4-1, I’d have been a bit surprised. Swansea were going into the game having already played 2 competitive games this season in the Europa League while United hadn’t really played a competitive game […]

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Match Report: Swansea City 1-4 Manchester United

By Lee Savery. The David Moyes era got off to an emphatic start as Manchester United crushed Swansea at the Liberty Stadium. Robin van Persie & Danny Welbeck scored two each while new Swansea signing Wilfried Bony scored a late consolation. It was an efficient performance and a good result in what is usually a […]

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5 Things We Learned: Swansea City 1-1 Manchester United

By Matthew Jones 1. No 1 at Christmas It’s a familiar sight. Manchester United, top of the tree at Christmas. It’s been far from pretty so far this season; we’ve had some ups and downs. We’ve been unlucky with injuries and we’ve certainly ridden our luck at times, but traditionally we’ve grinded out results and […]

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Match Preview: Swansea City vs. Manchester United

By Richard Evans Introduction Manchester United travel to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday to take on Swansea, looking for a vital three points that will keep their title charge on track. Last weekend United dispatched of Sunderland at Old Trafford with routine ease to build upon their success at the Etihad, and if they can […]

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Swansea City 0 Manchester United 1: 5 Things We Learnt

By Nathan Thomas. 1. Consistent back four a big plus for United Manchester United seem to finally have assembled a steady consistent back four, with Vidic’s return to fitness being swiftly followed by Ferdinand; United’s back four are beginning to establish a confident understanding between one another that was so lacking in the early stages […]

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Preview: Swansea City vs. Manchester United

By Richard Evans Introduction Manchester United make the trip to Wales looking to become the first side to take three points from the Liberty Stadium. Swansea have played five home games this season and remain unbeaten, winning three and drawing two. Even more impressively, no opposition player has scored on Welsh soil, with Danny Graham’s […]

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