Winning the only option for Amat

10th April 2015

Spanish defender goes under the spotlight in this weekend's Jack Magazine as the Swans host Everton at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, April 11 (12.45pm).
The 23-year-old centre-back speaks to the official matchday programme at length about moving his entire family to Swansea, computer games and how winning has always been his only option.
"I was playing at home with my father and my brothers when I was very young - maybe three or four years old," Amat explains to Jack Magazine. 
"I always wanted to win, but my mum would say to me: 'no, you must play football in the small town because you need to learn to lose as well'. But I said: 'no, no, no' because I couldn't accept losing.
"I signed for the small team in Canet de Mar, and I won everything. Every weekend we won because we had a very good team. 
"It was good for me because I didn't learn to lose as a boy - I only wanted to win."

Also in Saturday's 84-page edition of Jack Magazine, former Swans and Everton defender Neil Robinson discusses his time with both clubs, while Welsh TV presenter and long-term Toffees supporter Gethin Jones gives his verdict on Saturday's Premier League clash.
Meanwhile, former Yugoslavian Swans defender Ante Rajkovic features in 'Top Flight Jacks', Nathan Dyer dishes the dirt on his colleagues in 'Team-Mates', and club ambassador Lee Trundle explains why today's fixture is a special match-up for him.
And there's plenty more in store to keep you entertained right up until kick-off in this weekend's jam-packed edition of Jack Magazine, which will be available for £3 on matchday from around the Liberty Stadium, the Club Shop and online.
It will also be available in Slee Stores in Plasmari, Coggers on Wind Street and Browns Newsagent in Landore.
Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan. Don't miss out.