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Angel Rangel: There are no divides at Swansea City

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: February 14, 2014

Swansea City's Angel Rangel.

Swansea City's Angel Rangel.

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ANGEL Rangel has insisted the squad Michael Laudrup left behind are all fighting for the Swansea City cause under Garry Monk.

Rumours circulated at the back end of Laudrup's reign of divides in the Swansea dressing room and a split between the club's large contingent of Spanish players and the rest.

But Rangel said: "You can trust me. I've been here long enough and seen many Spanish players in the squad, including myself, and the unity has been one of the keys at Swansea City.

"That's been seen over the years. The language barrier will always be an issue, but we have all got on with each other as a team and you can see on the pitch there are no enemies, only team-mates. You can see a togetherness.

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"We are a team. Not everyone has to get on with each other in this game, but we are a team and there is no issue.

"The same things were said last year, that players were not getting on with the manager blah, blah, blah, but we proved everyone wrong and we're showing again we are all together."

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  • abertawejack  |  February 14 2014, 9:45AM

    Thanks for that information our Angel Boyo, Yet I can't help feeling a marked difference in our squads playing ability, since the master (Michael Laudrup) has left. It's as if our Garry has grabbed you all by the ear and instilled, some form of camaraderie between you. Chico in fact is a different player no two ways about it, since that West Ham game. There is also more passion and fire in our team of late, as Stoke saw to their dismay, because what I could see Stoke, obviously thought they'd beat us, alike Cardiff did. The possible difference may be when our Garry, stated[ do you want to play for SCFC and if so etc etc etc } which has been proven thus far. All good for us I hastily add and may the beat go on. C'mon u SwanssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssYeehaa.

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  • 2face  |  February 14 2014, 9:40AM

    Translation: There are divides at Swansea City. Everytime they deny something, it later turns out to be true lol. Not that it matters though. I don't think it is humanly possible to have a work place entirely without friction. Expecially a competitive one. And the players that don't play will always be unhappy.

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