Swansea City Under-18s Liam Cullen

28th October

Liam Cullen has called on his Swansea City Under-18s teammates to shoulder their share of responsibility and "be leaders" when they face Reading on Saturday (1pm).
The young Swans make the trip to Reading aiming for a return to winning ways, following a last-minute defeat at West Ham last weekend.
The 17-year-old, who scored twice during the 3-2 loss at Little Heath, believes the Swans must take inspiration from their positive performance away at Leicester this season.
"We had a positive away performance at Leicester this month, so we want a repeat of that performance this weekend," said Cullen.
"I want to see everyone be leaders on the pitch. We have to go back to basics, do the simple things well and do what we did at Leicester.
"Conceding a last minute goal was heart-breaking against West Ham last weekend. We felt we had put in 90 minutes of hard work and should have had something from it.
"We were gutted with the result but our main focus is to look forward and put that right this weekend."
Cullen is also hoping to add to his ten-goal tally this weekend, but insists the team results are of more importance than individual records.
"It was great to get my tenth goal of the season (at West Ham) and I don't want that to stop," the U18s captain added. "But it is more important that that the goals turn into results for the team. 
"I know I am doing well individually but football is a team game, not an individual one. As long as the results come I don't care who scores."