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Swansea City target manager as sack looms for Guidolin (not Giggs)

The Swansea City fans in the Football Transfer Tavern would love this…

Speculation has been rife in the Football Transfer Tavern in recent weeks over the future of Swansea City boss Francesco Guidolin.

The Italian manager has struggled since the start of the season after taking over in difficult circumstances last year.

Swansea currently sit in 15th place in the Premier League, having picked up just one win so far – and the Swans in the Tavern are gradually beginning to turn on their boss.

Whilst Guidolin has not been sacked by the club yet, our landlord thinks that bar a miracle over the next few weeks – his fate could be unavoidable.

Reports have emerged over the last few days that Ryan Giggs was being lined up by the Swans as a replacement for Guidolin – but now the Bleacher Report have suggested one of Giggs’ Welsh compatriots could be lined up for the move…

They are reporting that current Wales boss Chris Coleman is being lined up for the job – with the Swansea brass seemingly desperate to guarantee success this season.

Interestingly, they add that any move for Coleman will not be easy – given his commitment to the Welsh national team at present.

Coleman has done a fabulous job in charge of Wales in recent years, and recently guided the over-performing nation to the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championship over the summer.

Our landlord thinks that Coleman could be a perfect fit; he is welsh, experienced and successful – 3 traits that could prove vital as Swansea look to maintain Premier League status this season.

That being said, there is still a chance that Francesco Guidolin could steer the Swans to safety – he certainly has the ability to.

Only time will tell.

Swansea fans – thoughts? A good deal or not?

Let us know below!

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