Today's media round-up

27th March 2013

Today's media round-up features Chairman Huw Jenkins, the latest on Chico Flores' return to action and Liverpool legend and former Wales striker Ian Rush.

South Wales Evening Post
Huw Jenkins: We've done it our own way

Swans Chairman Huw Jenkins has admitted that the club's board of directors did not know what they were doing when they took over 11 years ago. Now, he says they have a very clear idea of how to run a football club.
Jenkins also paid tribute to the running of the club's finances. He said: "We have done it our own way.
"There has been some investment put in behind the scenes but, unlike some clubs, we have run within our own income.
"Whether it's on the field with the football or off it with the board of directors, we have done it our way."

South Wales Evening Post
Chico winning race to face Spurs

Chico Flores is winning his race to face Spurs on Saturday.
The defender hasn't played since picking up an ankle injury against QPR on February 9 - an injury that kept him out of the Capital One Cup final.
Chico has returned to full training this week and looks set return to Michael Laudrup's team.
Laudrup will be hoping for a boost to his defence after back-to-back defeats in the Premier League.

Liverpool Echo
Rush: Liverpool should sign Ashley Williams

Liverpool and Wales legend Ian Rush has urged Brendan Rodgers to make a move for Ashley Williams in the summer.
Rush feels that Williams could be the solution to Liverpool's problems with the defence in poor form and Jamie Carragher set to retire at the end of the season.
Rodgers managed Williams during his time at Swansea City and Rush thinks he would be the ideal replacement. He said: "To get Ashley Williams would be great.
"I've seen him play for Wales on a number of occasions and he is organised and a good captain.
"He knows what he is doing and the link to Liverpool is natural because Brendan Rodgers managed him at Swansea."