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Carvalhal wants to save Swansea

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There are three crucial games to go for the Swans and Carlos Carvalhal insisted that they will be decisive because his team will play against other teams drowning around the relegation zone.

The Portuguese coach knows that the upcoming games against Bournemouth, Southampton and Stoke will be crucial for his team because the last two teams have the same trouble – and will, as well, play for their lives.

Carvalhal spoke about his side’s survival chances as he said, according to Daily Mail:

“The teams we lose against – United, City and Chelsea – are the strongest teams of the competition.”

“If the calendar puts us against the strongest teams in this path it is normal that we don’t win these last games.”

“But the performance against Chelsea (Swansea lost 1-0 at home last weekend) showed we are here to compete and play face to face against all opponents.”

“In theory, the calendar is positive now, but in the practice, you have to play games and I don’t believe in easy games in the Premier League.”

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