Garry Monk is not happy after having lost against a relegation threatened club

Swansea City sustained a disappointing result and a road block in their journey of snatching an Europa League spot for the upcoming season after losing against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on April 18.

 

Garry Monk was not proud or happy to see his players performing at such a low level when they played against Leicester City and the 36 year old manager had a few things to tell his players after having lost against Leicester City.

 

The head coach of Swansea City, Garry Monk expressed his thoughts about the match as eh told reporters: “I had explained all week to the players that the first 20 minutes were crucial when the crowd was on a high and their players motivated. We knew we had to do that but we concede a goal we are disappointed with after 15 minutes and credit to Leicester because they kept to their game plan which was simple but effective and they had the momentum.”

Leonardo Ulloa and Andy King were the players who scored against Swansea City.

Mark Hughes reckons Ryan Shawcross deserves another crack

Mark Hughes, the manager of Stoke City, reckons one of his players; Ryan Shawcross deserves another crack at the international level.

Shawcross had one of the unluckiest international debuts of all time. In his very first game for the Three Lions, he was up against an offensive line which had Zlatan Ibrahimovic in it.

Ibrahimovic succeeded in getting the young man under the pressure of the occasion and made him commit silly mistakes.

Shawcross’ mistakes there in Stockholm cost the Three Lions two goals and the game which was looking like going to be a draw ended in the form of Sweden’s win.

And, Shawcross is finding himself away from the thick of things ever since.

His consistency in the first division has been getting overlooked continuously and the defender even hinted in one of his interviews lately that he has almost given up on a recall anytime soon.

According to Hughes, the England management has been a little harsh on Shawcross.

Speaking about the 27-year old, Hughes said, “You have to feel for Ryan a little bit. He is a far better player than he looked at his debut. The nervousness of the first game, all the pressure and of course, he had a great player taking him on there on the pitch, all those things told on him.”