Clement Wanting Swans To Be Clinical
Friday, 25th Aug 2017 06:43 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
The Swans head to Crystal Palace on Saturday for their last Premier League game before the division takes two weeks off for the first of the international breaks of the season.
It is only two weeks since we kicked off but after we finish on Saturday we have 15 days between games and Newcastle arriving at the Liberty on September 10th.
One draw and one defeat has been our league season to date but the goals for column remains untouched by the Swans although there was a confidence posting 4-1 Carabao Cup win in midweek over MK Dons.
And Clement wants us to take the positives from that game forward into the weekend clash and become more clinical in terms of what we do particularly in the attacking third.
Speaking at his weekly press conference yesterday afternoon Clement said “I was pleased with the way we played at MK Dons the other night
“We had good control and we created a lot of chances throughout the game.
“The difference in the second half was that we were more clinical, and that’s what we need more of on Saturday.
“Against Southampton and Manchester United, we only had a few chances. But at MK Dons, it was just that killer instinct we were lacking in the first half.
“In the Premier League you don’t get many chances.
“In all our games last year, there wasn’t one where I thought afterwards that we’d created loads of chances.
“But the games we won were the ones where we were clinical.
“That’s what you have to be when you are playing against well-organised teams who are hard to break down.”
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