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Potter confirmed as Swans boss

Potter has today signed a three-year contract at the Liberty Stadium after leaving Swedish club Ostersund to take charge of the Swans.

The Swans settled on a compensation package with Ostersund for Potter and two members of his staff, Billy Reid and Kyle Macaulay, last week, while personal terms were also agreed.

The trio have now completed the paperwork on their moves to SA1, and will start work at their new club ahead of the 2018-19 Championship season, which kicks off in early August.

Potter arrives at the Swans having spent over seven years with Ostersund.

He has guided the club to three promotions – taking them from the fourth tier to the top flight – and won the Swedish Cup in 2017.

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