Thursday, March 21, 2013

Rangel Eyes Strong Finish

Swansea defender Angel Rangel has called on his team-mates to ensure they don’t end this season with a whimper following their recent poor form.

The Welsh side have been excellent since earning promotion to the Premier League in 2011 and after finishing 11th under Brendan Rodgers last term, they have continued to evolve since Michael Laudrup arrived in the summer, becoming a more complete team in the process, much to the delight of fans who bet on Premier League.
Their improvement was most apparent last month as they beat League Two Bradford City 5-0 to claim the club’s first ever major trophy in the Capital One Cup final.

Their run to Wembley saw them comfortably beat both Liverpool and Chelsea and they are now being tipped to possibly contend for the European places, a feat which would prove incredible considering that they almost went out of business a decade ago.

However, they have dropped off since their trip to the capital, losing their last two games in a run that has seen them drop to ninth in the table.

Rangel admits to the Premier League betting news that he’s been frustrated by their recent slip-ups and has called on his team-mates to ensure they finish the season in the manner that their hard work deserves.

“When you look at the table and the amount of points we have at this stage, you can appreciate the amount of hard work everyone has put in this season," Rangel told the club's official website. "But everyone here is constantly battling to raise their game and push the club up the table.

"I think if we finish the season on a bad note, then that is what a lot of people will remember. That will eradicate the good work that went on earlier this season.”

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