Following Michael Laudrup’s departure from Swansea City, Garry Monk was appointed as the player-manager of the Premier League club and now that the English league is just about to reach its end, talks are being made concerning the future of the 35 years old tactician.
Even though Monk is unaware of what decision the club will ultimately decide, he remains positive and hopes that his chance of coaching Swansea City extends and turns into a permanent deal.
“We’ll see. Of course I am hopeful. It is something I really enjoy doing, I’ve learnt a hell of a lot in a short space of time, and once you get a taste of it you don’t want to let it go. I trust the board and the chairman and everyone that they will make the right decision for the club’’.
“I have spoken to the chairman. It was a review of what I have done this season and stuff like that, and going forward, how I feel about things and what I would do. You would have that chat anyway’’. Garry Monk stated as he unfolded details concerning the possibility of being in charge of Swansea City on a permanent basis.
The chairman of Swansea City, Huw Jenkins is the person who has been having talks and meetings with Garry Monk. Jenkins is expected to make his decision about the coaching role of the club at the end of the season and Monk will just have to wait for his final decision and finish the remaining matches of the campaign by getting positive results.
During the previous season, Swansea City managed on securing the 9th spot but this time around they have fallen down a few spots but are happy to know that they are safe from the relegation zone.