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'We’ve realised what we can do'

The Swans take on Burnley this weekend having moved out of the relegation places thanks to a four-game unbeaten run in the top flight.

A regular feature in the heart of midfield and one of the more senior players in the team, Ki feels responsibility for the club’s fortunes on the pitch.

And he is confident Carlos Carvalhal’s men can continue to progress during the final 12 league games of the season.

“It’s been tough for us over the past two or three seasons and I’m disappointed with that, especially for the fans as they’re always behind us,” he tells this weekend's Jack Magazine. 

“I feel responsibility as a player, but we now have a great chance of staying in the Premier League.

“We’ve realised what we can do and everyone is starting to believe, which is very important until the end of the season. 

“Hopefully, those two wins will be the turning point and we can keep that going.”

*You can read the full interview with Ki Sung-Yueng in tomorrow’s Jack Magazine.

The midfielder talks about reaching personal milestones for club and country and the prospect of captaining South Korea at the World Cup

Also in this edition, Angel Rangel and Wayne Routledge reveal 10 facts you may not know about them in our new Q&A feature.

We hear from Carvalhal and chairman Huw Jenkins, as well as profiling former Swan Leighton James and tracking down Liberty old boy Warren Feeney.

And there is plenty more in tonight’s Jack Magazine, including news from the development squad, the academy and the ladies’ team, as well as all you need to know about Sean Dyche’s Burnley.

Issue 14 of the 2017-18 Premier League season is available for just £3 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.

Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don’t miss out.

 

* There are some tickets still available for Saturday's clash with Burnley. You can book yours HERE.

* Hospitality lounges and the Riverside Lounge will be showing the early kick-off in the Premier League on Saturday and the England v Wales Six Nations match after the Burnley game. The hospitality lounges will open at 12.30pm while the Riverside Lounge will open at 1pm.

 

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