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Swansea City AFC
Roy Rolsten
Historical Record: 310-150-340 (0.481)
Current Season: 14-2-10 (0.577)
Bank 839 / CP 40
Captain: Sean Tufnel
Team Awards
1 FA Shield Title
2 Alan Parr Cup Titles
1 Youth Cup Title

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Recent Results

39 Jan 12 W6 - 0Wycombe Wanderers 3rd Division - R18
38 Jan 12 W4 - 0@Brighton & Hove Albion 3rd Division - R17
35 Jan 05 L0 - 2@Derby County 3rd Division - R16
34 Jan 05 W6 - 0Swindon Town FC 3rd Division - R15
31 Dec 29 L0 - 5(n)Weston-super-Mare AFC FA Cup - S
30 Dec 29 L1 - 5@Leicester City FC 3rd Division - R14
29 Dec 29 L1 - 2Sheffield United 3rd Division - R13
26 Dec 22 D0 - 0Hereford United FC 3rd Division - R12
25 Dec 22 D1 - 1@Crewe Alexandra FC 3rd Division - R11
24 Dec 15 L0 - 2(n)Plymouth Argyle FC Youth Cup - R1

Coach's Biography: Roy Rolsten

This football obsessed fanatic was born in Manchester, raised in Stockton-on-Tees, educated at Sunderland University and then returned to Teesside as a civil servant.
I bought my first house a few years ago and moved in with my fiance Roisin in March 2010. We got married on 7th May 2011 - the same day the team I was a season ticket holder for Darlington were playing at Wembley and went on to lift the non-league FA Trophy! Then in September 2012 we were happy to announce the birth of our daughter Emily who will no doubt try to distract me from all football management games!

And she has. Many a time over the last two and a half years I've had to down tools to go and cuddle/feed/dummy up the little tyke. Additionally as a long term Evertonian it seems Emily only seems to like watching 'that team in red' grrrr! 

Well, Emily is now 3yrs and sleepng better, she's also more active and has a strange addiction to Lego Darth Vader (she hasn't seen the films, just the cartoons where he's a comedy figure) 

I started on MSWL Utd taking over a Forest side that had dropped to the foot of the whole league and over the course of 16 seasons made it once into the top flight. I saw Nottingham Forest play many years ago when they visited Darlington's old ground Feethams and played in the first leg of the League Cup at 8pm on a Tuesday night in the pouring rain. It was full to capacity - shoulder to shoulder on the terraces and despite going on to beat Forest in the 2nd leg the highlight of the day was definitely seeing Romanian international Dan Petrescu going flat on his face as he skidded through the puddles on the wing.

And now I've taken on the reigns at Swansea City. I've seen Swansea play quite a few times from about a decade ago when they were in League Two and visiting Darlington. They had one of the most talented players to play outside the Premiership at the time Lee Trundle he scored 78 goals in 146 appearances over 4 years and is now a youth team coach there. 


Team Roster

Players (27)
Hugo Martins II Gk 11 
Sean Honeybun APP Gk 
Fabio Boga SBY Sw 
Oscar Ford IV Sw 
Cliff Ellis Df 13 
George Mason Df 13 
Sean Tufnel (c) III Df 11 
Ross Brennan APP Df 10 
Fabian Schmitz II Df 10 
Geoffrey Cross IV Df 
Bobby Burton SBY Df 
Jonas Zimmermann IV Df 
Shay  Lindsay Mf 13 
Patrick Butcher Mf 13 
William Martin III Mf 11 
Jonas Neuville II Mf 10 
Francis Reynolds APP Mf -1 
Douglas Carvalho IV Mf 
Sean Burns SBY Mf 
Murray McIntosh II Mf 
Jamie Collins Fw 15 
Steven Milner II Fw 14 
Mika Huber APP Fw 10 
Scott Murray III Fw 
Luis Guerrero IV Fw 
Tommaso Bruno IV Fw 
Solt Novák SBY Fw -1 
Backroom Boys
Dominic Honeybun II Coach 
Laurence James II Groundsman 
Randy Burton II Physio 
Jed Butler Youth Coach 
Ben Neuville Youth Coach 
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