Date: 26th November 2008 at 7:01pm
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Former Swan Chris Coleman complimented Swansea City’s passing play after last night’s 1-1 draw.

Danny Fox cancelled out Jordi Gomez’s opener with just 4 minutes to go to give Coventry a share of the points.

Coleman said he was pleased to see his side show a bit of courage to come back from behind and get something out of the game:

‘We definitely showed a bit of courage. When we went a goal down we kept believing and kept going and that was pleaseing to see,’

‘We had good chances to go infront, Freddy Eastwood has been denied a penalty in my opinion and Clinton Morrison has a goal ruled out for offside which was not offside so the big decisions have gone against us and sometimes you need that little bit of luck.

‘Swansea are a very very good passing team. They probably passed it around better than any other team we’ve seen this season and we knew they were capable of that.

‘They scored a great free kick but the foul that led to it was not a foul and the referee got plenty of things wrong but we all do that.’