TWEET ALL ABOUT IT: Southampton 0-1 Swansea City

By SFC Media time Mon 02 Feb First team

Social media reaction from manager Ronald Koeman, current players, fans and Francis Benali after Southampton are beaten by Swansea City at St Mary's on Sunday.

Very disappointing defeat for #saintsfc Although we started comfortable, in 2nd half we lost dominancy and Swansea used their chance well.

— Ronald Koeman (@RonaldKoeman) February 1, 2015

Unlucky not to get anything from the game today, happy to make my premier league debut ⚽️ #saintsfc

— Ryan Seager (@Ryan_Seager) February 1, 2015

Disappointing result for us today. Definitely deserved more!! We go again Saturday! ⚽️ #saintsfc

— Harrison Reed (@HarrisonReed) February 1, 2015

Never mind on to the next & QPR away. No point dwelling on it. What great season we are having #saintsfc

— Tina Croucher (@sainttmc) February 1, 2015

We will win, we will lose. Poor performance in second half, but we're not a bad team whatsoever. We can bounce back. #saintsfc#SOUSWA

— AndrewC (@Comptinator) February 1, 2015

Frustrating game today without too many positives to take from it.....but we are STILL in the top 4!! #WeMarchOn#saintsfc

— Francis Benali (@FrannyBenali) February 1, 2015

Shame about the result today but at least Alex got to meet Jeff Stelling! Top Bloke! #saintsfc#wemarchonpic.twitter.com/LZlUv2Jl6W

— John Mewett (@johnmewett) February 1, 2015


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