Garry Monk revealed that the three substitutions he made during Swansea City's draw with Crystal Palace were not of the tactical variety, Pablo Hernandez was removed after aggravating a hamstring problem, while both Wilfried Bony and Ashley Williams left because of illness.
Swansea City handed their new manager Garry Monk everything he could ask for, scoring three goals in the second half and keeping a clean sheet to give him a debut win in the South Wales Derby over Cardiff City 3-0.
Pablo Hernandez is targeting a return to the squad for Swansea City this weekend when they travel to face Birmingham City in the F.A. Cup.
Swansea City have been given a much needed fitness boost ahead of their weekend clash with Tottenham, as Roland Lamah and Dwight Tiendalli have both been declared fit while Pablo Hernandez and Nathan Dyer have a chance to make the bench.
Pablo Hernandez and Roland Lamah are suffering from hamstring and abductor strains respectively, and both are considered unavailable for the next two to three weeks for Swansea City.
Swansea City midfielder Pablo Hernandez was subbed on at the 66th minute against Valencia, marking his return to the pitch since battling a thigh injury.
Pablo Hernandez will not make the squad for Swansea City in their anticipated showdown with Cardiff City due to a thigh injury.
Pablo Hernandez is targeting a return to action when Swansea take on Sunderland next weekend following a long layoff due to a hamstring injury.
Pablo Hernandez was the hero for Swansea City today, providing the assist on their opening goal then scoring their 2nd to propel the Swans to a 0-2 win over West Brom.