The Swansea City fans are competing in a pool tournament in The Transfer Tavern this evening are discussing comments about the part one of their midfield players can play in their survival battle.
The South Wales Evening Post is reporting that Swansea assistant manager Alan Curtis believes that Modou Barrow could play a vital part in the club’s bid to stave off relegation from the Premier League.
Curtis believes their is more to come from Barrow who is primarily a winger, but Cirtis believes he can play a more central role during the final weeks of the season as long as he builds up his stamina. Speaking about Barrow, Curtis said:
“Mo’s a really good trainer, but there’s a difference between being fit and match fit. It’s now just a question of him getting more game-time, really. We haven’t stretched him enough for 90 minutes and he hasn’t needed to play 90 minutes so we haven’t had to ask him to.”
“But he’ll get a huge benefit from (playing 80 minutes at) Bournemouth. I thought he was excellent — the best and the most dangerous player on the park.”
Those Swansea fans in The Tavern have been impressed with Barrow’s performances especially against relegation rivals Norwich City and think that his pace will scare a lot of defences in the weeks to come.
Swansea fans, will you avoid the drop? Let us know in the comments below!