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'I would have expected better'

The Swans were beaten on the road for the first time in 2017-18 as Diafra Sakho’s last-minute goal settled what had been a fairly quiet game at West Ham.

Clement’s side now have five points from their seven Premier League games so far this season, with a poor run at the Liberty – the Swans have lost three out of three on their own patch – proving particularly costly.

And Clement concedes that he thought his team would be better off at this point.

“Of course I’m concerned. We have five points from seven games and I would have expected better,” said the Swans boss.

“I would have expected better in terms of points and I would have expected better in terms of performances.

“Today the performance was better. I don’t feel as angry as I did after Watford and Newcastle, but I am frustrated with the result and to concede so late on.”

 

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