Swansea City fans are feeling positive this season
Believe Swansea City have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Swansea City fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Swansea City's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 8.5
87% of Swansea City fans are happy with the team's current management
Swansea City fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Swansea City's recruitment so far this summer
Nathan Wood / Undisclosed / Middlesbrough
Boro were disappointed to lose one of the up-and-coming prospects and their loss could be Swansea's gain. However, the 20-year-old still has a lot to prove at senior level. 2/5.
Harry Darling / £2m / MK Dons
Classy centre-back Darling looks made to settle straight in at pass masters Swansea. He is a very good signing. 5/5
Joe Allen / Free / Stoke
The 32-year-old Welsh international is back where it all began, ten years after leaving the Liberty Stadium. Allen is still a classy operator at this level so looks a shrewd free acquisition. 4/5
£12m / West Ham
Free / Ross County
Free / Derby
Loan / Plymouth
Swansea's 63.9 per cent possession was the most of any Championship side last season.
No side took a higher percentage of their shots from outside the box than Swansea's 49 per cent.
Swansea's total of two set-piece goals scored was the lowest in the division.
Swansea won an average of ten aerial challenges per game, by far the lowest in the division.
Russell Martin's Swansea play an ultra-expansive, possession-based style which can make them tough to play against, but they may lack the necessary quality to have an impact on the promotion race. The Swans can be slick going forward with their star striker, Joel Piroe, netting 22 goals last season but the defence can be left exposed and the goals against column (68) was the highest among the top 16 clubs.
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