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INTERVIEW: Kyle McFadzean Swansea Preview

The defender looks forward to the trip to Wales...

4 March 2022

Sky Blues defender Kyle McFadzean spoke to the press today about the challenge of facing Swansea City tomorrow afternoon.

The 35-year-old commented on what City should expect to face at the Swansea.com Stadium for Saturday’s 3pm kick-off.

“They’ve got a unique style of play. Obviously we’ve worked on how they play, and they’re a good footballing team,” McFadzean highlighted.

“It’ll be a good game, but we’ve got to go there and get a result because it’s all about getting results now.

“It’s nicer to play against a footballing team because we’ll have the ball, they’ll have the ball, it’s all about game plans and things like that.”

McFadzean also reflected on the unpredictability of the Championship and the Sky Blues’ season so far.

“Anybody can beat anybody in this league; it’s so tough because every game is different, so I’m really interested for this next group of games.

“I’ve had a good feeling since the start of the season because we’ve got a good group of lads, we’ve got some good young players and if they could realise what position they are in, we have got a really good chance.

“We’re in a really good position where we can just take one game at a time and see where we are. We’ve got a group of games before the international break and if we can be in that mix then we’ve got a really good chance.

“I’m really intrigued to see what happens to be honest, we’ve got to work our socks off and see what happens.”

While McFadzean got his name on the scoresheet in the Sky Blues’ last outing against Swansea, it has been fellow defender Dom Hyam chipping in with goals in recent games.

“Only two league goals though! I’ve told him that, so I’m still winning, I said.

“I think that we’ve played our part this season; I think defenders have scored quite a few goals, which has been good.

“If you’re going to have a successful season you need to have goals from everywhere; you can’t just rely on forward players.”


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