Swansea City need to appoint a new manager soon to help their struggle against relegation, interim boss Alan Curtis said on Saturday as British media reported that Paul Clement will move from Bayern Munich to take over in the next 48 hours. A demoralising 3-0 home Premier League defeat by Bournemouth on Saturday was the Welsh club’s fifth defeat in six matches and left them four points from safety at the halfway stage of the season. “I think we need to sort something out as quickly as we possibly can,” Curtis told Sky Sports News.
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Soccer-Swansea need quick appointment, says caretaker Curtis