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Ibrahima Baldé cancelled out an opener from Wilfried Bony

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Michael Laudrup admitted he felt sorry for his players after seeing Swansea again suffer the agony of conceding a stoppage-time equaliser as they drew 1-1 with 10-man Kuban Krasnodar in the Europa League.

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Everton knock £5 off away tickets

Toffees will also offer junior Evertonians travelling to Stoke tickets for just £1 as part of their £200,000 investment into making away travel more affordable

English and Welsh club captains with the Heineken and Amlin Challenge Cups

No mood for compromise at split Heineken launch

Neither side prepared to give ground in TV row that threatens to sink competition

Amazon’s vast distribution centre in Swansea

Online retailer Amazon to hire 15,000 staff to meet customer demand in run-up to Christmas

Internet giant says it expected hundreds of the temporary staff would later be able to take up permanent jobs

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‘Too early to judge us title challengers’ claims Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has insisted he has not even considered the prospect of making an unexpected title challenge despite his club setting the early Premier League pace.

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Chris Blackhurst: It's time we paid attention to Nev and his call centre, not the huge corporations

Midweek View: Small businesses account for half our national income and two-thirds of all employment

Road safety revealed: Thousands of children injured in crashes near schools

Research shows more than half a million vehicle collisions on roads around schools in UK from 2006 to 2011, resulting in more than 85,000 child casualties

Nathan Dyer signs contract extension at Swansea

The 25-year-old has signed a contract until 2017

Critics say Mr Miliband, pictured during the disastrous Eastleigh campaign this year is 'hesitant and confused'

Miliband leadership under fire as Conservatives close gap on Labour in the polls

Party insiders express fears over lack  of direction under embattled leader

Talks over TV schedule continue ahead of Premier League fixtures announcement

The first wave of games to be shown on TV are to be announced

Manchester United celebrate after winning the 2012/13 tournament

TV fixtures set to be announced for new Premier League season

3pm kick-offs on Saturday to become more rare

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Dundee, Hull, Leicester or Swansea Bay? Dylan Thomas takes on Philip Larkin in a battle to become City of Culture

Dundee, Hull, Leicester and Swansea Bay have been named as the four cities left in the running to become the UK’s next City Of Culture. They are competing to receive the title for 2017, following this year’s chosen city, Londonderry.

Neville 'Big Nev' Wilshire's staff make 1.5 million unwanted calls a year

The Call Centre boss 'Big Nev' fined £225,000 over nuisance calls

Two companies owned by the BBC’s new reality star Neville “Big Nev” Wilshire – who appears in the fly-on-the-wall documentary The Call Centre – have been fined £225,000 for making nuisance calls.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup insists he will stay despite breakdown in relationship between his agent and Swansea

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