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Monk says he always expected the Manchester United captain to end up in midfield

Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup allays Swansea exit fears following row over transfers

The Dane was reportedly close to an exit from the Liberty Stadium

Former British policewoman charged with burglary judged 'too drunk' to intend to steal

A jury has found a former British policewoman not guilty of stealing a mobile phone, after deciding she was too drunk to know what she was doing.

Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup future uncertain amid 'disagreement over transfer funds'

The Dane has been linked with a move to Real Madrid and PSG

Swansea City 0 Manchester City 0 match report: Roberto Mancini has latest dig at Manchester City's £90m front line

Roberto Mancini has made finding a new striker a priority this summer after admitting Manchester City's lack of goals has cost them the Premier League title.

Arrested: Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans with dancers who visited the House of Commons in 2008.

Conservative MP, Nigel Evans, arrested on suspicion of raping man

Deputy speaker, 55, is also accused of sexually assaulting a second male

Lucy Butler,15, getting ready to have her measles jab at All Saints School in Ingleby Barwick, Teesside as a national vaccination catch-up campaign has been launched to curb a rise in measles cases in England

Swansea measles case expected to hit 1,000 at weekend as 50 new cases emerge in last two days

More than 50 new cases of measles have been identified in the last two days in the Swansea area with the total expected to reach 1,000 by the weekend.

Dr Andrew Wakefield has blamed the Government for the recent outbreak

Letter from the Editor: Wakefield’s MMR rant was read out of context

Over the 15 years since Wakefield published his infamous Lancet paper which triggered the MMR controversy, this paper has published many stories highlighting the harm he was causing

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Swansea seek to raise capacity at Liberty Stadium

Swansea City have announced plans to increase the capacity of their Liberty Stadium by more than 12,000 seats in another reflection of the boom in Welsh football.

Margaret Thatcher funeral: Welsh miners pay respect despite anger towards the former Tory prime minister

Traditional Welsh respect for the dead has ensured that few have an appetite for public protest

Thousands still at risk from measles outbreak in Wales continues to grow

The measles outbreak in Wales is “showing no signs of going away” despite last weekend’s measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination drive, health officials have warned.

Swansea measles outbreak: Confirmed cases rise to nearly 700

A big increase in measles cases has prompted health bosses to renew a plea for unvaccinated people to get their MMR jabs immediately.

Brendan Rodgers and Rafael Benitez

Rafael Benitez to return to Liverpool? Not likely says Brendan Rodgers

The Chelsea interim-manager is keen to continue working in the Premier League next season

Parents and children queue outside the Paediatric Outpatient department at Morriston Hospital in Swansea

Swansea measles outbreak: Hundreds queue for free MMR jabs

Demand is 50% higher than expected at emergency clinics, as outbreak worsens in North-East

Jermain Defoe

Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe set to miss both legs of Europa League tie against Basel

England striker has suffered a muscle injury and will also miss crucial Premier League clash against Everton

Defender Steven Caulker (centre) is highly thought of at Tottenham

AVB thankful Swans shaped Steven Caulker to be a rising star for Spurs

Great expectations accompany Steven Caulker from Tottenham's training ground on London's northern-eastern fringes to White Hart Lane and beyond. He only turned 21 four days after Christmas yet has accumulated enough experiences to make for a better story than any the would-be novelist Frank Lampard might come up with. The plotline takes another subtle twist this afternoon and it is a tale that his manager believes has the potential for the happiest of endings.

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