Date: 13th April 2012 at 11:46pm
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Michel Vorm says their performance at QPR on Wednesday was Swansea City’s worst of the season.

The goalkeeper saw three goals fly past his goal, as Mark Hughes’ side comfortably beat a very under-par Swansea team at Loftus Road.

The 3-0 defeat was their fourth in a row, and they’ll be looking to avoid it becoming 5 on Saturday when they host Blackburn Rovers.

Vorm also apologised to the fans, as over a thousand made the trip to London to watch a poor performance that lacked effort and desire.

“You can always lose games but the way we played was the worst this season. We got what we deserved,”

“I don`t understand because of the way we have played all season.

“The way we lost was ridiculous. I have to apologise to all the fans because they come and support us every time.

“They must see us and think, ‘What`s happened?` and ‘What`s wrong?` It is sad.


Vorm also said that if they play like that it in the next five games, then they will lose all five:

“The manager said at half-time he didn`t understand our performance. The tempo was too low and the only chances they created were from mistakes by us.

“They scored before half-time and when teams like this score the first goal then it is perfect for them.

“Then the second half was even poorer than the first.

“The manager made his feelings known and everything he said made sense and was totally right.

“At this time of the season, you cannot play in matches the way we did because you will lose every game.

“Even when we have lost games we have played well. If we play like that we can lose to everybody.

“The performance is the biggest disappointment because if we play like this we won`t win any games before the end of the season.

“We have to talk and think about it.

“We have five matches to go and we have to be much, much better.

“If we play like we did at QPR then we will lose all five.”