Taylor: We must put things right after Leicester loss

24th April

Neil Taylor insists the Swans must "put things right" against Liverpool next week following a disappointing 4-0 loss at Barclays Premier League leaders Leicester City.
Francesco Guidolin's side were well beaten at the King Power Stadium, with the Foxes running riot as their title bid received a huge boost.
The Swans went into the game still smarting from a 3-0 defeat at Newcastle United, and the 2,000 strong travelling fans were again left disappointed following this defeat.
And Taylor stressed the Swans must improve significantly in order to repay the Jack Army for their loyal support.
"We are disappointed for our fans today, who travelled up to watch the game. It has been a bad two weeks for them and as a team we can only apologise for that," said the Wales international.
"We have to keep fighting to turn this form around once again and get as much as we can from our final three games. We want to put a display on next weekend to put things right.
"We have been in a good run of form but now we are off the back of two defeats away from home.
"We have to go back to the drawing board as a team and defend a lot better because we are really disappointed with the amount of goals we have conceded in the last two games."