Swansea City Super Star Expressed Feelings as First league win, thanks fans for support

Michael Duff, the head coach of Swansea City, claims that after his team earned their first league victory of the Championship season, “pride and relief” were his main feelings. At the Swansea.com Stadium, goals from Jerry Yates, Charlie Patino, and Jamal Lowe (from the penalty spot) destroyed Sheffield Wednesday, relieving Duff of some of the burden.

Swansea had a dismal start to the season and were in the relegation zone before to kickoff. They have moved out of the bottom three thanks to this victory over a weak Wednesday team, and Duff will undoubtedly hope that this is the beginning of brighter things in SA1.

The head coach says he was grateful for the part that fans played tonight in Landore after asking for their patience and support in the run-up to this match. Sign up here to receive the newest Swansea news in your inbox.

He stated that pride and relief were his two main feelings in response to the three points. I was proud of the players for their comradery. There was no negativity in the stadium at nil-nil when they started the game better than us and a few passes went awry despite the fact that we had encouraged the fans to come out and support the team on Thursday.

“That doesn’t even close to helping the players. I was a little disappointed that we didn’t likely score a few more goals similar to those given the teamwork they demonstrated, the teamwork the players demonstrated, the energy and quality, and the quantity of times we pinched the ball high up the pitch.

It was more of a sigh than a celebration when the second goal was scored, but you could feel it across the entire stadium. Nothing can be done to avoid it. Both the crowd and the players want success. We aim to succeed. However, you need everyone to be working together, and today I thought it was a little bit more in line with what we want it to look.Michael Duff on why January was key in Barnsley FC's strong pitch for  promotion from League 1The Northern Irishman had a better afternoon, but there were still hiccups, especially Josh Ginnelly and Nathan Wood’s injuries, which forced them to leave the field in the first half. Duff commented that it “doesn’t look great” on Ginnelly.

“I thought the substitutions came on and impacted the game in a really positive way today,” he continued. “When Woody went down in the first five minutes, we might have thought, ‘Oh here we go,’ but then Gino had a really strong start and had to leave the field alone.

“Woody’s is an ankle sprain, but we won’t know for sure until we receive the results of the scans and other tests. Gino will remain exactly the same, but his language doesn’t come through well. Obviously, before we can provide any additional information, we must wait for the scans’ results.

I believe it was his Achilles, though I’m not positive. More details will be available to you on Monday after the scans are completed.

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