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21 March 2017, 01:32 | Pamela Mathis
Paul Clement was appointed manager of Swansea at the start of the year
Clement's men seemed to get it all wrong on Saturday afternoon and an worldwide break comes at the right time - they will need to work hard and refocus for a huge game against Middlesborugh, a game they can ill afford to get wrong.
Things were looking up when we came back from behind to beat Burnley 3-2 a fortnight ago, but two straight defeats - in poor fashion have knocked some of that momentum out of us.
The defence is looking very vulnerable again, while there's little up top to be excited about, and Bournemouth's lead looked safe even at 1-0 with 30-35 minutes remaining.
Paul Clement's side now face back-to-back home matches with Boro and Spurs after the global break. The target we set at the start of this season was to improve on last season and we haven't done that yet.
"Middlesbrough is the game we need to win, that one is massive", he said.
The Swans were bottom of the league with just 12 points at the turn of the year, but Fer thinks the battle to stay up is probably going to last for the remainder of the campaign.
"Bournemouth have just shown what you can do when you put two good results at home together".
"We now have around two-and-a-half months left of the season and there's no reason why we can't get some more good results from here on in". He said, "There have been really positive steps for us in the last three games." . Because he could be saying to himself: "'I want to get involved, I'm not going to pass to him, ' but he assisted me and he celebrated more than anyone".
"Our objection, as it has been all along, is to finish 17th".
With Bournemouth's hit man Benik Afobe managing to notch a brace for his club against Swansea, the valiant centre-half then expressed his modesty concerning a fantastic double-block he produced in his own penalty-box to keep the Swans' potential celebrations at bay.
Afobe added: "For me doesn't matter [if I was awarded the first goal]".
"The players have shown they can handle that pressure".
"The worldwide break gives a few of our injured players like Martin Olsson and Kyle Naughton the chance to recover in time for the next game", Leroy Fer said after an uncomfortable afternoon as an emergency right-back.
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