Good for perspective. Our team isn't the finished article and neither is Mr. Potter.
I think he's dug this hole himself to be fair. An unsettled starting eleven, a keeper who has been robbed of all his confidence following the most ridiculous benching I've seen in all my years as a Swans fan and an absurd determination to be consistent in remaining inconsistent.
Am I panicking? No.
We're sure to make more moves in January both ways and I feel like a consolidation year was needed. Would I like to have been back in the Premier League after one season? Of course I would. Then again the heart of our squad was sold at the county market in Summer - we wouldn't survive more than a year.
We were on the scoresheet in some way in all three matches so it's not like we went down without a fight. Another positive to take is that we were honestly the architects of our own undoing vs Norwich and West Brom. If we had drawn those two games and lost against Derby we'd only be two points better off but I bet people would be a lot happier than what they are now.
Rather than point fingers, let's remember what these guys have done in the Swansea name so far this season. Not been this proud to support the club since Monk's Wonder Year. YJB.
Curious to see opinions on who forms our Championship first team before the transfer window. I get the feeling we'll lose a lot of our strike force but further back we may be a little unluckier barring Fabianski.
Nordfeldt, Roberts, Van der Hoorn, Amat, Bartley, Olsson Fulton, Fer Narsingh, McBurnie, James