Date: 13th August 2017 at 12:47am
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Rate the players’ performances in the 0-0 away draw at Southampton.

Our player ratings feature has been given a new look for the 2017/18 season, with the players now arranged in the formation they started the game in.

We will also work on making it more mobile friendly in the near future.

Simply roll over the stars (underneath the player names) and click to rate each player out of 10. The players’ scores will update when the page is refreshed.

We will also be taking a look throughout the season to see who is our overall top performer according to the fans so please get rating and share your comments on the players’ performances in the article comments!



 
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2 Replies to “Rate The Players: Southampton 0-0 Swansea City”

  • Swans were completely over-run yesterday. Other than Fernandez, Mawson and Abraham none of the outfield players seemed to have positions – we were all over the place. Routeledge, Carroll and Fer spent so much time supplementing the defence, when the ball was hoofed out from the back there was no one to collect or they were isolated. Someone needs to tell Mawson 40 metre passes may look good but if the receiving player is alone among three defenders he’s going to lose the ball.
    A lot was being said, again, about Mawson and how good our defence was. Wake up call – on another day against another team we would have been hammered. A Bradley level of performance with a little better organisation. We need 4 or 5 high quality, regular starters yet we have invested in one lightweight midfielder who isn’t trusted to play.

  • Yes we were hammered, they had 29 chances, only about 4 on target. All our midfield were obviously on orders to sit back which allowed Southampton to flood forward at will. Every time we did win the ball we were harried out of it because we had no one willing to get forward. A long ball was the only way the defence could get a rest. I agree with you that Mesa has not been given a chance yet, makes you think that Clement did not have a say on buying him and that our manager is seething that Sigurdsson is being allowed to go. Abrahams did what he could do as did Ayew but they were so isolated it was a fruitless task, but Abrahams has to learn to take his chances. Llorente would have scored with that header and we can’t wait to get the big Spaniard back and fit again.

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