Swansea have revealed that four key players will not be offered new contracts at the end of the season. Former Bolton striker David Ngog is one of them. He has been at Swansea since the January transfer window after leaving Bolton. However, he has found little game time under Michael Laudrup and under current manager Gary Monk. After managing to secure another season of Premier league football, the club have decided to part ways with those players in order to strengthen the squad in the summer.
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.
Arsenal dropped a few points during their Premier League title race after sustaining a surprising 2-2 draw against Swansea City. It was a tightly contested match which saw the team of Garry Monk taking the lead through Wilfried Bony in the 1st half but Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud turned things around for around for Arsenal and just when it seemed like Wenger’s side was going to pick up a victory, an own goal from Mathieu Flamini rescued 1 point for Swansea City.
David Ngog is happy tofinally return to the Barclays Premier League. For an undisclosed fee he joined Swansea from Bolton.
The former France Under-21 cap was expecting to be offered the chance to join Swansea and hence was not surprised to be asked to play in the rest of the Premier League. He was heard saying that it this was his chance to join a good club that was interested in him and was part of the Premier League. He was happy to receive this opportunity and after some deliberation decided to sign.
The manager of Bolton Wanderers, Dougie Freedman says that David Ngog still has an important role to play for his club. The French striker was heavily linked with a switch to the Turkish side Bursaspor but according to Freedman, there have not been any kind of offers or bids for him.
PSG unfolded €30 million for Ezequiel Lavezzi back in 2012 but the Argentine forward is believed to be frustrated by his lack of games with the French side as he is playing a role of a substitute player instead of being a regular key player for the team.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cavani are seeing more playing time than Lavezzi and have already cemented their place into the starting lineup of Laurent Blanc and it does not seem that it’s going to change anytime soon.
David Ngog found the net for the first time this season yesterday and helped his team Bolton Wanderers secure an easy victory against AFC Bournemouth. Bolton won by 2-0.
This was only the second victory for Bolton in the ongoing Championship. They have played 14 matches so far out of which they have lost 5 and have shared points in 7 matches. They have got a total of 13 points at the moment.
France slipped out of their hands the chance on grabbing the World Cup back in 2006 when they played in the finals against Italy and an unfortunate turn of events kept them unable of obtaining ultimate glory when their captain Zinedine Zidane was handed a red card in the 110th minute.
The match continued playing on until Italy ultimately won in penalties. But the doubt forever remains in what would’ve happened if Zidane stayed in the match?
Bolton Wanderers forward David Ngog has opened the door for a return to France with Bordeaux after talking up a move from the English Championship side to the Ligue 1. The 24 year old player joined the Reebok Stadium outfit in the summer of 2011 from Liverpool in a £ 4 million deal but he has so far failed to live up to expectations at the club and has scored just 11 goals in 64 league appearances for the club.
The Premier League relegation battle looks set to dominate the headlines next season as a wealth of top-flight clubs risk dropping down to the Championship, with the bookies taking bets for many clubs to go down. Last term eight teams remained under threat with only a handful of games to go and the league will witness the same this season unless clubs spend big this summer.