Swansea City Tom Plezier

12th October

Dutch defender Tom Plezier expressed his delight with his first goal for Swansea City Under-23s in the 2-0 win over Feyenoord in the PL International Cup.
The 19-year-old, who can play in either defence or midfield, opened the scoring at Landore on Tuesday night with a powerful 25-yard strike after ten minutes.
The teenager, who arrived in SA1 from Brabant youth academy in his native Holland in May, started only his second game for the development squad against his fellow countrymen.
And he was pleased to have opened his account for the young Swans.
"I have scored goals like that before," he said. "I am a full-back but I like to get forward and attack when I can. 
"I also have experience as a winger and it was the perfect opportunity for me to shoot at goal on Tuesday. I just needed to wait for the right opportunity and I took it when it happened.
"It feels good to score my first goal for Swansea City. I am very proud to be part of this team and thankful to the coaches for giving me my opportunity.
"This week's game was only my second competitive start since joining the club, so I am very happy to have had an impact on such an important game where we performed well as a team against an experienced side.
"Getting my chance to play has given me more confidence. I hope I can get more game time in upcoming matches, I am here and ready when needed."