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Transfer Rater: Llorente to Chelsea

 By Adam Hurrey

January review: Swansea show signs of life, Chelsea sputter in front of goal

From Alexis Sanchez-to-Man United to the mixed fortune of the Merseyside clubs, the Exploding Heads recap the notable storylines from the month of January.
After another Premier League loss, the ESPN FC panel sort out who's to blame for Chelsea's disastrous title defense.
English Premier League: Willian (6') Brighton 0-2 Chelsea

January saw Man City finally show they are beatable, Alexis Sanchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan swap sides and two managerial changes but what else caught Adam Hurrey's eye? Here's January's winners and losers.

Who won the month? Swansea City

While appreciating the attempt to try something different, away from the established top-flight managerial merry-go-round, Swansea dipping into the Championship for a new manager felt like the early preparations for relegation.

Carlos Carvalhal, though, has quietly...

 By Nick Miller

Mkhitaryan endures miserable debut as Arsenal slump at Swansea

SWANSEA, Wales -- Three thoughts on Swansea's 3-1 win vs. Arsenal in the Premier League.

1. Swansea comeback stuns Arsenal

Welcome to Arsenal, Henrikh Mkhitaryan. You would feel sorry for the new arrival if this was -- in any way -- a surprise, but The Armenian international surely knew what he was joining: A side, whose 3-1 defeat to the team at the bottom of the Premier League, could not be described as a shock.

Sam Clucas scored twice and Jordan Ayew added the other when taking advantage of a...

Off-form Liverpool stunned as Swansea earn three vital points

SWANSEA, Wales -- Three thoughts on Swansea's 1-0 win vs. Liverpool in the Premier League.

1. Relegation-threatened Swans stun Liverpool

Having ended Manchester City's unbeaten run in their last outing, Liverpool's own flawless spell is over just a week later.

Jurgen Klopp's side suffered their first defeat in 19 games in all competitions at the hands of the most unlikely opponents: The worst team in the Premier League, judging by the table. Liverpool's first taste of defeat in exactly three months...

Fernando Llorente leads Tottenham to hard-fought win at rainy Swansea

The FC crew react to Tottenham's win in tough conditions at Swansea and what failing to finish top four would mean for Spurs.

SWANSEA, Wales -- Three conclusions from Tottenham's 2-0 win at bottom-club Swansea in the Premier League.

1. Llorente shows he can cover for Kane

Pep Guardiola's description of Tottenham as "the Harry Kane team" riled Mauricio Pochettino in October but Spurs are yet to prove the Man City boss wrong, losing their only league game without Kane before tonight.

Kane was hoping to become the first player to score a hat trick of hat-tricks in the Premier League but he was benched after a heavy cold,...

 By Nick Miller

Carlos Carvalhal a strange appointment for beleaguered Swansea

With Swansea appointing Carlos Carvalhal, Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes assess his chances of keeping the club in the Premier League.

Football management is very often a profoundly curious line of work. If you'd told someone that this week Swansea and Middlesbrough had appointed Carlos Carvalhal and Tony Pulis as their respective managers, it would have sounded entirely plausible. Not quite so predictable was which manager went to which club.

Pulis, the specialist in Premier League survival, has gone to the club looking for promotion from the Championship, while Carvalhal, the man who took a team to the Championship playoff final...

Comfortable win over Swansea eases Liverpool's congested festive period

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three quick thoughts from Anfield as Liverpool beat Swansea City 5-0 in the Premier League on Tuesday.

1. Liverpool ease past Swans

Jurgen Klopp has been quick to point out the flaws in the Premier League scheduling Liverpool's fixtures over the festive period. The Reds boss was bemused that, in addition to the normal workload, Liverpool's games with Leicester City and Burnley had just 48 hours in between them. As a result, the number of games in a short space of time...