SWANSEA CITY: THEY PLAYED FOR BOTH

SWANSEA CITY: THEY PLAYED FOR BOTH

11 players who played for both.

Ahead of Wednesday's Sky Bet Championship clash between Leeds United and Swansea City at Elland Road, we look at 11 players who have played for both the Whites and the Swans.


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David Stewart
The goalkeeper signed for Leeds from Ayr United and played in the 1975 European Cup Final against Bayern Munich.  He later moved to West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City.

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Federico Bessone

Bessone came through the ranks with Barcelona and the Argentinean joined Swansea in 2008.  He spent the 2010/11 season at Leeds, before a loan move to Charlton Atheltic and subsequent return to the Swans.


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Alan Tate

The defender made over 300 appearances for Swansea and helped them win promotion to the Premier League.  He spent time on loan at Leeds during the 2012/13 season, making 11 appearances for the Whites.


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Kyle Bartley

Now at fellow Championship side West Bromwich Albion, Bartley enjoyed a successful loan at Leeds during the 2016/17 season from the Liberty Stadium.  He was signed by Swansea from Arsenal in 2012.


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Ray Wallace

A product of Manchester City, Clayton was signed by Simon Grayson at Leeds in 2010.  He re-joined Grayson at Huddersfield Town two years later, before joining Middlesbrough, helping them reach the Premier League in 2016.


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Matt Grimes
Like Bartley, Grimes spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Leeds from Swansea City.  The 23-year-old has been a regular for the Swans this season, making over 30 appearances in all competitions.
    

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Pablo Hernandez

The midfielder spent two years at Swansea from 2012-2014.  He returned to Engish football with Leeds in 2016 and has been one of the key performers for the Whites over the past three seasons.

    

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Modou Barrow

Signed on loan from Swansea City by Leeds on transfer deadline day in January 2017, Barrow failed to make an impact at Elland Road and moved to Reading permanently the following summer.


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Lee Trundle

The forward had two spells at Swansea and scored 91 goals in total for the club.  He joined Bristol City in 2007 and had a loan stint at Leeds from Ashton Gate in 2009.


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Lee Chapman

The striker helped Leeds win both the Second Division in 1990 and First Division in 1992, scoring vital goals.  After a return to Leeds on loan in 1996, Chapman joined Swansea.


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Danny Graham
Now with fellow Championship side Blackburn Rovers, Graham had a loan at Leeds from Middlesbrough in 2006.   He joined Swansea in 2011 as they embarked on their first Premier League campaign.
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