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That’s entertainment: Coyle wants Swans to sparkle

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Slimbridge boss Adam Coyle wants total entertainment this season.

His side provided it in spades with an emphatic 6-1 victory over Southern League outfit Paulton Rovers at Thornhill Park.

Goals from Theo Clayson, Edji Mbunga, Myron Turner, Will Hawes, Tyler Jaggers and George Neill saw the Swans comfortably home in this pre-season clash.

Coyle said: “In context, it meant nothing, apart from more match fitness into the lads.

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“The belief it will give to the lads is huge. We want to increase the attendance at home games and the product on show has to be good enough to get them through the gate.

“I’ve watched thousands of games of football all over the UK and want us to produce football that is good to watch – Yesterday was a good start on the road to achieving that.”

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