Alan Sheehan delivers message ahead of Rotherham United test as he takes the reigns – for now!

Alan Sheehan, stepping in as interim manager for Swansea City following Michael Duff’s departure earlier this week, faced the press yesterday for the first time. He acknowledged the responsibility that accompanies his new role, emphasizing the importance of the upcoming match against Rotherham United, a crucial fixture considering Swansea’s precarious position in the league table.

Sheehan’s temporary appointment follows Duff’s exit, marking yet another managerial transition for the Swans, whose pursuit of a new coach was momentarily halted after being denied permission to approach Tottenham’s Chris Davies. However, such stances can swiftly change during managerial hunts, as experienced in recent years by the club.


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Despite the uncertain managerial landscape, Sheehan is steadfastly focused on preparing the team for the imminent Rotherham clash, aiming to field a competitive Swansea squad that would make the fans proud. He expressed his dedication to maximizing the players’ potential and creating a team capable of posing a threat to the opposition.

In assessing his new opportunity, Sheehan emphasized his gratitude for being entrusted with the managerial role, underscoring the club’s significance and the honor of representing Swansea City. His primary objective remains steering the team towards success, prioritizing the club’s interests over personal acclaim.

“I know the people who work here and are around the place. I have had people wishing me good luck and you can’t describe that feeling.

“As I say, it’s a privilege to be in this position for now, and I hope in this short period we can produce a performance and a result on the weekend.”


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