Paul Clement: Pressures of working at Bayern Munich and Swansea are similar

  • Paul Clement: Pressures of working at Bayern Munich and Swansea are similar

Paul Clement: Pressures of working at Bayern Munich and Swansea are similar

A second home win in seven days banished any lingering fears of relegation for Bournemouth but heaped further pressure on Swansea, who stay just above the drop zone. We want to continue to improve.

Afobe added: "For me doesn't matter [if I was awarded the first goal]". They have been on a real journey at this club and they never forget that.

"We have got back-to-back Premier League wins and now we can enjoy the worldwide break and look forward to Southampton".

"I am delighted for him, Afobe, as I was for Josh last week", Howe said of the former Arsenal youngster.

Bournemouth beat Swansea City 2-0 at the Vitality Stadium to move nine points clear of danger, with Benik Afobe playing a part in both goals.

The visitors only managed one shot on target in the whole match, leaving Paul Clement bemoaning a fourth consecutive away defeat.

"We are still in a good position so we just have to keep going, forget about what happened last weekend and continue on our good run".

"Angel Rangel has had surgery on a broken bone in his foot", said Clement ahead of Saturday's trip to AFC Bournemouth.

Fraser turned provider soon after, sending in a fine delivery for matchwinner Afobe to nod wide from just a few yards out after holding off his man.

"We don't expect to be mid-table at this point, all the teams are fighting hard and it will go until the very end". Clement gave an update on the injury situation in Thursday's press conference following a tough game at Hull that saw the head coach forced into making two changes due to injury, while Olsson had to play on after using up all three substitutions.

Clement concluded, "He is a very good replacement for Martin and we are more than confident in his ability".