Footballers and fans require each other like never before amid a transfer fight, so it was flawless to see that the Swansea City players have chosen to pay for 3,000 supporters’ tickets for their amusement at Sunderland one week from now.
The Swans’ 1-0 win against Everton this end of the week lifted the Welsh side out of the transfer zone above Hull City, and with two diversions to go, their Premier League status really remains in a precarious situation.
Financing the fans’ travel was proposed by club chief Leon Britton, and director Paul Clement said the thought is with regards to a player who is absolutely tuned in to the club’s supporters.
“The players paying for the supporters’ tickets originated from Leon and I thought it was a splendid thought,” Clement said.
“It’s been finished by the players and driven by Leon, and we trust they get up there securely.”
wansea have taken seven focuses from their last three diversions, setting them in a place where they could guarantee Premier League survival against the as of now consigned Black Cats.
Anything not as much as a win would mean the fight at the base goes the distance to the last day of the season.