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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
17 Hull 9 6 19 33
18 Swansea 9 4 21 31
19 Boro 5 12 17 27
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Landon Donovan: 'The hope is that Swansea can become America's club'

Paul Clement says Swansea City's win over Stoke is a psychological boost as they continue to fight for survival.
The FC panel look at the bottom four teams in England, and debate if Swansea or Hull will be the final team to drop down.
Steve Nicol gives his predictions as to who will be relegated from the Premier League this season.
Fernando Llorente is proud of his side's important winning effort following their lowly performance last match.

Landon Donovan wants to help make Premier League side Swansea City "America's club."

Donovan, 35, was named an adviser by Swansea owners Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien after they acquired the club last summer. The former U.S. international recently made his first visit to Swansea, and said he wants to help expand the club's profile around the globe.

"I think a lot of clubs are trying to reach out into the American market, or the Chinese market, the Indian market or the South American market," Donovan...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea put up survival fight as Clement's men claim crucial victory

Paul Clement gave his reaction to Swansea's crucial win over Stoke.

Swansea's survival bid finally sprung to life with a convincing and essential 2-0 home victory over Stoke on Saturday. The side should now have the momentum they need to take the relegation battle right to the end of the season.

Positives

Swansea have been dismal of late but that all changed on Saturday. This was the side's most committed performance under Paul Clement, and they finally look capable of putting up a fight for survival.

Football is a simple game, and Swansea didn't do anything fancy...