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Wayne Routledge

Squad No:15
Position:Winger
Contract Date:June 2016
Previous Clubs:Crystal Palace, Tottenham, Portsmouth (Loan), Fulham (Loan), Aston Villa, Cardiff (Loan), QPR, Newcastle

Routledge has played over 350 games in his career for 8 different clubs; he signed in July 2011 for Brendan Rodgers and broke his duck of scoring in the Premier League away at Aston Villa in January 2012.
The 28 year old seems to have settled into life at the Liberty after his move from Newcastle. Scoring 5 goals last season in the Premier League, Routledge was one of the most consistent players in the 12/13 season – playing 44 times.

Player Ratings for Wayne Routledge

DateOppositionVScoreReportsRating
3 AugHull City H2 - 10 N/A
10 AugDerby County A0 - 00 N/A
13 AugNorthampton Town CCH3 - 11
  • Currently out of 10
6.4
17 AugPreston North End H3 - 20 N/A
21 AugQueens Park Rangers A1 - 31 N/A
25 AugBirmingham City H3 - 01 N/A
28 AugCambridge United CCH6 - 00
  • Currently out of 10
8.2
31 AugLeeds United A0 - 10
  • Currently out of 10
8.4

14 SepNottingham Forest H0 - 10
  • Currently out of 10
5.5
21 SepBristol City A0 - 00 N/A
24 SepWatford CCA2 - 10
  • Currently out of 10
5.6
28 SepReading H1 - 12 N/A

2 OctCharlton Athletic A1 - 20 N/A
5 OctStoke City H1 - 21
  • Currently out of 10
4.9
19 OctBarnsley A1 - 10 N/A
22 OctBrentford H0 - 33 N/A
27 OctCardiff City H1 - 01
  • Currently out of 10
8.3

2 NovWigan Athletic A1 - 20
  • Currently out of 10
6.2
9 NovSheffield Wednesday A2 - 20
  • Currently out of 10
6.6

Player Stats for Wayne Routledge

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News Stories for Wayne Routledge

Well, the fortress didn't quite work... Wed 23rd Oct 2019
Sometimes you need to hit a real low point to appreciate the high points and I guess that in the context of our current season there is little doubt that a 3-0 home defeat to Brentford is the lowest point that we have seen under Steve Cooper's tenure.
Lets Do Wednesday on Saturday instead Sat 23rd Feb 2019
All matters FA Cup will be put to one side for a few weeks now as we look to get another league win to move ourselves back towards the play off spots which have started looking just a little bit out of our reach in recent weeks.
Up for the cup Sun 17th Feb 2019
You wait over 50 years for a FA Cup quarter final and it could be the case this afternoon that two come around in two years as the Swans prepare to host Brentford at the Liberty with a place in the last eight of the competition the prize awaiting the winners.
A perfect start to a new year Tue 01st Jan 2019
It doesn't take a genius to work out that a 4-1 win away from home is the perfect start to a New Year and a great way to banish thoughts of a disappointing three games previous where we had dropped eight of the nine points available.
Tinkering just never gets the right results Sat 29th Dec 2018
I think it is fair to say that any honeymoon period Graham Potter may have had has long since disappeared after his tinkering almost cost the Swans another home defeat today but leaves us with just four points from the last fifteen at the Liberty.
Beat The Bookie - Hull CIty Sat 22nd Dec 2018
The Swans reach the halfway mark of the season this evening when they travel to Hull City for their last game before Christmas looking for a third consecutive win that will send them into the festive period in sight of the play off positions.
Beat The Bookie - Sheffield Wednesday Sat 15th Dec 2018
The wind and rain won't be the only factors the Swans will have to overcome at the Liberty this afternoon as they welcome Sheffield Wednesday for their last home game before Christmas and looking to build on last week's excellent result at Brentford.
The end of an era Fri 11th May 2018
It was 30th May 2011 when we first entered the Premier League after a famous win over Reading at Wembley Stadium in the play off final and now, 2540 days later, our stay will end barring the most unlikely double result of all time on Sunday.
Tammy's goal saved our blushes Sat 07th Apr 2018
We can call it one point nearer safety and we know that it is to be true but the truth of the game today was that we witnessed another disappointing Swans performance against a side that is destined for the Championship next season.
Awful Swans Move Closer To Championship Sat 04th Nov 2017
The next level became a step closer this afternoon as a pitiful Swans side devoid of anything decent was beaten by a Brighton side who will probably wonder what all the fuss of the Premier League is about if we are what it has to offer.
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