Date: 25th October 2007 at 4:42pm
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Swansea City are yet to win, even score a goal away at Yeovil since entering the Football League but Darren Way is confident they can end that bad run on Saturday.

The Swans have played at Huish Park four times, and have experienced three 1-0 defeats and a 2-0 defeat.

Darren Way joined the Swans from Yeovil for a £150,000 fee in January 2006 but he has been plagued with injuries ever since.

The midfielder has found it difficult to shake off a shin injury in the last year but he finally has, yet the only thing stopping him from returning is a hamstring problem!

It’s not serious and he has already began his recovery with a few appearances for the Reserves recently.

He said:

‘They are our bogey team,”

‘But this is a new era for Swansea City and hopefully things will change on Saturday.

‘Games between the two clubs are always tight, but Yeovil have always tended to edge it at their place. But with the way we are playing, I’m confident we can go there and do a job this time.”

‘I’m looking forward to going back there, even if it’s just as a spectator, and I suppose I’ll have to answer the thousand questions again as to why I’m not playing!”



Although he won’t feature on Saturday, he should face his former club when the Reserves face Yeovil Reserves at Huish Park on Wednesday (2pm).