In terms of chances this was a reversal of the game at Craven Cottage where it could be argued Swansea rode their luck:
|Attempts by Side, Swansea with 3 times as many efforts with a significant number inside the box|
|Attempts from the game at Craven Cottage where Fulham had plenty of efforts but little on target|
|Interceptions by Team - majority of Swansea's interceptions of Fulham passing coming in the Fulham half|
Similarly, Fulham's defence were far busier in terms of clearances, with an awful lot of activity around the penalty spot:
|Hangeland was the busiest defender with 18 clearances in total|
There's been plenty of speculation around arrivals/departures already and this will only increase over the next couple of months when there's no actual football to act as a distraction. I personally think that this close season will relatively quiet as long as Laudrup stays (which I expect he will for another year at least), with Williams being the only regular first team player who may be somewhere else come August.
Some may have questioned the wisdom of selling Danny Graham in January, but £5m for a 1 goal per 3 games striker who was desperate to leave was superb business, as was not trying to buy a replacement at the same time when prices generally are higher.
Here's hoping for a relatively calm summer.
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