Date: 23rd July 2008 at 12:35pm
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Striker Fabien Brandy has signalled his intent on playing a bigger part next season.

The departure of Darryl Duffy to Bristol Rovers for £100,000 earlier this month left a Swansea light of attacking options but manager Roberto Martinez did not take long to add the Manchester United youngster to his championship squad. In a whirlwind 24 hours for the 19 year old Brandy has spoken about his determination to play a bigger role next term.

Competition for places will be tougher this season with last seasons league one top scorer Jason Scotland , Spaniard Guillem Bauza who is finding his feet in British football and new boy Gorka Pintado who has vastly impressed in pre season all vying for a starting place Brandy certainly has his work cut out. Not that should phase the precocious striker who is out to score goals next term.

Brandy Spoke on The Official Site:

‘It’s good to be back.It’s taken a few weeks to happen, but I’m here now.I would have liked to have had a few more starts last season, but I enjoyed the experience.I’m determined to play a bigger part this season by starting more games and scoring more goals.Playing in the Championship will be a step up, but it will be a bigger and better challenge for me – one I’m looking forward to.”



Charlton Athletic have released a further 225 tickets to Swansea supporters but the seats offer restrictive views. Tickets cost t £28 for Adults , £18 for 18-21 year olds and over 60’s with children under 18 years tickets costing £8