Swansea F.C. Squad Cost 2012 - 2013

Have you ever wondered who has the most valuable team in the english Premier league or how much Swansea Football Club has spent on building the Swansea squad? With the Transfer League squad pages you can see which is the richest football club by listing all the transfer fees for all of the players on the Swansea payroll in the 2012 - 2013 football season.

Players on loan to a club will not have a value attached as there will not have been a transfer fee paid. Players loaned out by a club will have their transfer fees Listed as they still belong to Swansea. Players sold in the January transfer window will also be included in the Swansea Squad as they will have been available to be played for half the season. Players who came through the Swansea youth system or Swansea Academy are listed as Youth with no fee listed as the fees paid for these players are usually minimal.

Swansea F.C. Squad Cost 2012 - 2013

Swansea City F.C Squad Cost Season 2012 - 2013
Swansea City 2012 - 2013Formed: 1912Manager: Michael Laudrup [DEN]
NumberNameTransfer FeeNatPosHeightWeightDate of BirthBirth PlacePrevious Club
1Michel Vorm£1,500,000NEDG1.838420/10/1983NieuwegeinFC Utrecht
2Kyle Bartley£1,000,000ENGD1.87022/05/1991ManchesterArsenal
3Neil TaylorFreeWALD1.756407/02/1989St AsaphWrexham
4Chico£2,000,000ESPD1.877506/03/1987CádizGenoa
5Alan TateFreeENGD1.858502/09/1982EasingtonManchester U
6Ashley Williams£400,000WALD1.837523/08/1984WolverhamptonStockport Co
7Leon BrittonSignedENGM1.686416/09/1982LondonSheffield U
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9Michu£2,000,000ESPM1.858021/03/1986OviedoRayo Vallecano
10Danny Graham£3,500,000ENGF1.838712/08/1985Gateshead
11Pablo Hernández£5,550,000ESPM1.736411/04/1985CastellónValencia
12Nathan Dyer£400,000ENGM1.655729/11/1987TrowbridgeSouthampton
13David Cornell£600,000WALG1.87328/03/1991SwanseaNone
14Roland Lamah#BELF1.87131/12/1987LiègeOsasuna
15Wayne Routledge£2,000,000ENGM1.76407/01/1985ElthamNewcastle U
16Garry MonkFreeENGD1.838106/03/1979BedfordBarnsley
17Itay Shechter#ISRF1.87722/02/1987Ramat YishaiKaiserslautern
18Leroy Lita£1,750,000ENGF1.77528/12/1984BrazzavilleSheffield W (#)
19Luke Moore£850,000ENGF1.87613/02/1986BirminghamWBA
20Jonathan de Guzmán#NEDM1.736513/09/1987Scarborough [CAN]Villarreal
21Dwight TiendalliSignedNEDD1.776821/10/1985ParamariboFC Twente
22Angel RangelNominalESPD1.888428/10/1982TortosaTerrassa
23Darnel Situ£250,000FRAD1.877718/03/1992RouenLens
24Ki Sung-Yueng£6,000,000KORM1.877924/01/1989GwangjuCeltic
25Gerhard TremmelFreeGERG1.98916/11/1978MunichRed Bull Salzburg
26Kemy AgustienSignedNEDM1.787202/08/1986TilburgAZ Alkmaar
27Mark GowerFreeENGM1.87505/10/1978EdmontonSouthend U
28Curtis Obeng£200,000ENGD1.736714/02/1989ManchesterWrexham
29Ashley RichardsYouthWALM1.857812/04/1991SwanseaCrystal Palace (#)
30Josh SheehanYouthWALM1.847530/03/1995PembreyNone
31Lee LucasYouthWALM1.87410/06/1992AberdareNone
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33Ben DaviesYouthWALD1.77624/04/1993NeathNone
34Henry JonesYouthWALM1.838418/09/1993SwanseaNone
35Daniel AlfeiYouthWALD1.87723/02/1992SwanseaNone
36James LoveridgeYouthWALF1.888516/05/1994LlanelliNone
37Scott TancockYouthWALD1.857529/12/1993SwanseaCardiff C
38Gwion EdwardsYouthWALM1.757601/03/1993CarmarthenSt Johnstone (#)
39Kurtis MarchYouthWALM1.757130/03/1993SwanseaNone
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41Rory Donnelly£100,000NIRF1.888118/02/1992BelfastCliftonville
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Total Cost Of Squad =£28,100,000

 

Premier League Season 2012 - 2013 Table

The 2012–13 Premier League was the 21st season of the Premier League, the English professional league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1992. The season began on 18 August 2012 and ended on 19 May 2013.

Manchester City were the defending champions, having won their first Premier League title the previous season. This was their first top division league title since the 1967–68 season.

On 22 April 2013, Manchester United won their 13th Premier League title and 20th English title. This left reigning champions Manchester City 16 points behind with only 15 left to play for. It was the first time the title had been decided in April since Chelsea were the winners in 2005–06. It was also only the fourth time in the history of the Premier League that it had been won with at least four games remaining in the season. England national football team manager, Roy Hodgson declared that United's manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, was a "magician" having won 13 titles in 21 seasons.

Queens Park Rangers, Reading and Wigan Athletic were relegated.

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Premier League Season 2012 - 2013 Table

Premier League Table 2012 - 2013
Premier League Table 2012 - 2013PldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
1Manchester United (C)382855864343892013–14 UEFA Champions League Group Stage
2Manchester City38239666343278
3Chelsea38229775393675
4Arsenal3821107723735732013–14 UEFA Champions League Play-off Round
5Tottenham Hotspur382198664620722013–14 UEFA Europa League Play-off Round
6Everton381615755401563
7Liverpool381613971432861
8West Bromwich Albion38147175357−449
9Swansea City381113144751−4462013–14 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying Round[b]
10West Ham United381210164553−846
11Norwich City381014144158−1744
12Fulham381110175060−1043
13Stoke City38915143445−1142
14Southampton38914154960−1141
15Aston Villa381011174769−2241
16Newcastle United38118194568−2341
17Sunderland38912174154−1339
18Wigan Athletic (R)3899204773−26362013–14 UEFA Europa League Group Stage[a]
Relegation to the 2013–14 Football League Championship
19Reading (R)38610224373−3028Relegation to the 2013–14 Football League Championship
20Queens Park Rangers (R)38413213060−3025