'This is a good place to be'
Erwin Mulder reckons Graham Potter and his coaching staff deserve a lot of credit for Swansea City’s start to the Championship season.
The Swans currently sit seventh in the table with 17 points from their opening 11 games back in the second tier.
Now 29 years of age, Mulder is one of the more senior members of a youthful Swans squad.
The goalkeeper has been delighted with the progress his team-mates have made in such a short space of time under Potter, and is confident they will continue to go from strength to strength.
“It’s great that the club has such a good academy,” he tells this weekend’s Jack Magazine. “It’s always good when the younger players get the opportunity to show what they can do.
“We can still keep on improving every day, but the spirit within the team is great. We always fight for each other.
“I think you have been able to see that in a lot of games.
“That’s all down to the gaffer and his staff. It’s good to be here at the moment.”
You can read the full interview with Erwin Mulder in this weekend’s Jack Magazine.
The goalkeeper also talks about his time at Feyenoord, as well as Edwin van der Sar and the patience required as he waited for his opportunity in SA1.
We also hear from manager Potter and skipper Leroy Fer, who tells us his preferences in our quickfire feature, while Yan Dhanda reveals 10 facts you may not know about him.
Two of our stars of the future, Adnan Maric and Ryan Bevan, sit down with us, as does former Swan Rhys Wilmot.
We hear from chairman Huw Jenkins as well as chief operating officer Chris Pearlman.
And there is plenty more in tomorrow’s Jack Magazine including all the latest from the academy, ladies’ team and community, plus everything you need to know about Paul Hurst’s Ipswich Town.
Our sixth Jack Magazine of the 2018-19 Championship season is available for just £3 from around the Liberty and the club shop.
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