Date: 24th March 2010 at 5:08pm
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The Swans slumped to their heaviest loss of the season and haven’t won in four games but Paulo isn’t overly concerned. He told BBC Sport: ‘My players understand what can happen in football on a bad day.

‘The good thing of life and football is you have another day and another game and on Saturday, we can rectify everything.

‘We can show a great reaction and this is what I expect from my players.

‘Everything came good for Blackpool. They went ahead and then scored at the end of the first half when we were dominating, and then again at the beginning of the second half they scored.

‘Every time we came close to scoring, they scored and some of them were great goals.

‘Blackpool also settled much better on the pitch because they are used to it, while we struggled a little bit.’

Swansea host Roy Keane’s Ipswich Town at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.