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7 August 2020

Swansea City
Photo: PA Images Swansea City reached this years Championship play offs but were overmatched by Brentford. Now the Welsh club have secured a new "significant" investment
Emil Gjerding Nielson and Mads Meisner nielson@offthepitch.com

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1. Swansea City secures "significant" investment from new US-investor

Swansea City have secured a new American investment after Jake Silverstein acquired an undisclosed stake in the Championship team.

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