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Tucker returns to Swans' coaching set-up

Tucker spent five years at the Swans between 2009 and 2014, during which time the club won promotion to the Premier League and lifted the Capital One Cup.

He later worked with England Under-20s before joining Sunderland in 2015. He left the Stadium of Light this summer.

Tucker fills the vacancy left by Tony Roberts after he joined Chris Coleman at Chinese side Hebei China Fortune.

He becomes the sixth new member of the coaching staff this summer, following manager Graham Potter, assistant manager Billy Reid, assistant coaches Alan Curtis and Bjorn Hamberg, along with head of recruitment Kyle Macaulay.

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