Swansea City Under-18s Liam Cullen

10th September

Liam Cullen praised Swansea City Under-18s' performance against Fulham on Saturday but insisted they could have earned their first win in Premier League South.
A goal in each half from the U18s captain helped earned the young Swans a 2-2 draw against the London side at Landore.
Efforts from Cullen, Causso Darame and substitute Matt Roberts almost saw the Swans take the lead before two crucial saves from Ross Treacy denied Fulham from taking all three points.
"It is nice to get another point on the board today," said Cullen "But I think certain aspects of our performance were good enough for us to win the game.
"We started well but let our lead slip, however I feel we dominated the second half and should have made more of our opportunities in front of goal.
"As a team we are a little disappointed not to get all three points but overall we are pleased with another good performance.
"We now need to look to build on this performance next week against Brighton.
"We have had some heavy defeats this season but we need to learn from them and show that character that we can go away from home and get results.
He added: "As a striker it is always nice to get goals but it is a team performance. As long as the team are doing well, that is all I care about."