The Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has said that he feels that his team can go into the matches against Liverpool and Chelsea in the next two encounters without any fear after rediscovering their early season form. Swansea made a great start to the season on the arrival of new manager Michael Laudrup.
However, their season suffered a catastrophic failure only a few weeks ago when it seemed that they simply were not capable of getting a result. Now after coming almost close to getting a point off the Premier league champions, Michael Laudrup feels that the season is back on track for Swansea.
He is also not afraid of facing two big matches the form of Liverpool and Chelsea in the space of three days. Swansea will be taking on Liverpool in the league cup, while they will be facing the European champions Chelsea during the weekend. It took a last-minute goal from Manchester city to beat Swansea at the Etihad stadium. Laudrup has said that him and his players can take a lot of positives from the match. He has also said that he feels that Swansea should have got at least a point for their endeavours during the match.
“I am never satisfied when we lose, but there are lots of positives to take from that. We can look forward to what is going to be a big week for us. If we play like that, there will definitely be something for us in the next two games. I thought we deserved at least a point. If you look at the game, we knew the first 15 minutes were going to be tough because they had lost in the Champions League and wanted to show the crowd they could win," said Laudrup in the prematch press conference ahead of the Liverpool encounter.